AGL named one of Georgia’s Fastest Growing Companies by the Association for Corporate Growth

November 7, 2022

AGL is proud to announce we have been named one of Georgia’s Fastest-Growing Companies in the ACG Fast 40’s Inaugural Division, Higher Middle Market! The Atlanta National Chapter of the Association for Corporate Growth (ACG), a global professional organization with the mission of Driving Middle Market Growth, honors the top 40 fastest growing Georgia-based companies each year.

“The companies being honored this year demonstrate the strength and significance of the middle market sector in Georgia,” said Melanie Brandt CEO of the Association for Corporate Growth’s South Region and ACG Atlanta President and CEO.

Applications required the submission of 3 years verifiable revenue and employee growth records, interviews, and verification of said revenue and employee records by accounting firm, Cherry Bekeart LLP

“These companies represent more than 6,600 new jobs and nearly 2.4 billion dollars in revenue growth over the last three years,” said Michelle Galvani, chairperson of the Georgia Fast 40 Awards and Executive Managing Director with Wildmor Advisors. “In speaking with many of the CEO’s, the supportive business environment and accessibility of capital are contributors to growth. By far the biggest challenge is tightness of the labor market. We are proud to honor these companies and look forward to learning more insights online and at the celebration”

Every year ACG Atlanta hosts a celebratory event honoring those 40 companies selected. This year, the event will be held at the Atlanta History Center on June 24th, from 4:30 PM- 8:30 PM.

We are honored to be recognized in the Georgia Fast 40, and look forward to attending the celebration!

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