e-Cycle Ranked 8th Fastest Growing Company in Central Ohio by Columbus Fast 50
e-Cycle was named the 8th fastest growing company in central Ohio by Columbus Business First in the publication’s annual Fast 50 list, which recognizes top performing businesses over the last three years. This is the fourth consecutive year e-Cycle has achieved a ranking in the Fast 50.
e-Cycle, a leading provider of wireless asset recovery, data protection and recycling, was named to the list after achieving 622 percent growth and adding more than 75 jobs in the past three years.
“It is an honor to be recognized alongside these outstanding businesses in central Ohio,” said Christopher Irion, founder and CEO of e-Cycle. “Making the list for the fourth time can be attributed to our hardworking, passionate team that continues to innovate, improve our processes and better serve our clients. We look forward to recruiting more talented individuals to join our team as we continue to expand in 2014.”
This year’s Fast 50 list was revealed at the 18th Annual Fast 50 Luncheon and Awards ceremony on October 10, 2013. Fast 50 nominees must be headquartered in central Ohio, be privately held and for-profit companies that have accrued at least $1 million in revenue per year over the last three years.
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e-Cycle helps organizations and individuals take a more responsible, secure and cost-effective approach to wireless recycling. The company collects mobile electronics from businesses and individuals, reimbursing them for devices that retain value and recycling all others at no charge. The information on every device is either deleted or destroyed through the industry’s most rigorous data security measures. Through the e-Cycle Foundation, organizations can use proceeds from their wireless buyback and recycling programs to make tax-deductible donations to the charities of their choice. In 2012, e-Cycle became the first e-Stewards certified wireless buyback company in the world. Learn more about e-Cycle’s wireless asset recovery and recycling services at www.e-Cycle.com.