Gazelle Company

Gazelle Company

A slang term for a company that has increased its revenues by at least 20% each year for four years running. This may result in a much higher share price. The term implies that a company is growing, like a gazelle, by leaps and bounds.
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As one of Sweden's top 0.2% fastest growing companies, SkySparc was named a Gazelle Company in 2010, 2011 and 2012 by leading Swedish financial newspaper Dagens Industri and a Super Company by the Swedish business magazine Veckans Affarer in 2012.
The Gazelle Company rents tok-toks to drivers for YR1,800, about $8, a day.
The decrease can be attributed primarily to two shows: "The Lion King's" Gazelle company (as opposed to the Cheetah company, currently stationed in San Francisco) played only five perfs at the Ohio Theater in Columbus, earning $714,713, less than half its take of $1,450,870 in Detroit the previous week.
SkySparc is one of Sweden's top 0.2% fastest growing companies and was named a Gazelle Company in 2010, 2011 and 2012 by leading Swedish financial newspaper Dagens Industri and a Super Company by
ChaCha.com, the new search engine that uses real people to help users find results in real time, was named Information Technology Gazelle Company for its rapid growth in the year since Scott Jones launched the company in Carmel.
Winning the Gazelle Company award for rapid growth was Indianapolis-based YourEncore, a service provider launched in October 2003 as a way to tap resources of retired scientists engineers and product developers and provide their insight and experience to other growing companies.
SkySparc is one of Sweden's top 0.2% fastest growing companies and was named a Gazelle Company 2010, 2011 and 2012 by leading Swedish financial newspaper Dagens Industri and a Super Company by PAR and the Swedish business magazine Veckans Affarer in 2012.
The 2001 Gazelle Company winner is OpenGlobe Inc., a new high-tech company based in Indianapolis with offices in Greenville, South Carolina, and Los Gatos, California.
SkySparc is one of Sweden's top 0.2% fastest growing companies and was named a Gazelle Company 2010 and 2011 by leading Swedish financial newspaper Dagens Industri and a Super Company by PAR and the Swedish business magazine Veckans Affarer in 2012.
For two consecutive years, SkySparc has been listed as a Gazelle company, in the top 0.2% of Sweden's fastest growing companies, by the leading Swedish financial newspaper, Dagens Industri.
SkySparc represents one of Sweden's top 0.2% fastest growing companies and was named a Gazelle Company in 2011 and 2010 by leading Swedish financial newspaper Dagens Industri.
SkySparc represents one of Sweden's top 0.2% fastest growing companies and was named a Gazelle Company 2010 by leading Swedish financial newspaper Dagens Industri.