The Abbi Agency has been listed as one of Inc. Magazine’s “Inc. 5000” for the fourth consecutive year. The list, which ranks the United States’ top 5000 fastest-growing private companies, honors America’s “most-inspiring entrepreneurs” each year.
The announcement follows a year of significant growth and the continued evolution of operations at the Nevada-based firm, which celebrates its 10th anniversary in October of this year. Since taking its place on the Inc. 5000 in 2017, the agency has continued to develop its marketing, public relations, digital and creative services through its work with travel and tourism, economic development, technology, and professional services clients throughout the western United States.
Inclusion on Inc. Magazine’s top-5000 list for the fourth year indicates that The Abbi Agency is not only one of the fastest-growing companies in the nation, but also one of Nevada’s top privately-owned economic performers. Given the firm’s role in helping to bolster the economic fortunes of Nevada’s municipalities and private businesses, it makes sense that the firm joins the state of Nevada in its upward bound trend.
“Making the Inc. 5000 list is a major accomplishment, and we couldn’t have managed it without the hard work, diligence, and expertise of each member of our team,” Abbi Agency CEO Ty Whitaker said. “Every one of our staff members has contributed to yet another year of growth for our firm that has allowed us to provide our clients with services that raise the bar for our clients time-and-time again. This is an honor, and I thank the team along with our clients for making this all possible.”
In the future, The Abbi Agency will continue to strategize and execute best-in-class integrated communications programs to tourism destinations, businesses, non-profit organizations, municipalities, and academic institutions throughout the nation.
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