Posted by The Bowdoin Group on April 16th, 2012
WELLESLEY, Mass., April 16, 2012 – The Bowdoin Group, Inc., a leading human capital solutions firm, has been named to the Boston Business Journal’s Pacesetters List for 2012.
This year’s compilation recognizes the top 72 fastest-growing private companies in Massachusetts based on revenue growth from 2008 through 2011. In order to make the list, a company had to report annual revenue growth of at least 20 percent. This is the third year in which the The Bowdoin Group has been honored as a Pacesetter award winner.
“The growth we have been experiencing reflects our deep commitment to providing superior service through a consultative business approach, exceptional domain expertise, integrity and an obsessive pursuit of excellence,” said David Melville, CEO of The Bowdoin Group. “While we have continued to grow and diversify, our incredibly talented staff has continued to be laser focused on our personalized service and commitment to excellence.”
“Fast-growing private companies are at the core of Boston’s economic strength,” said Chris McIntosh, publisher of the Boston Business Journal. “Our Pacesetters List is a celebration of local innovation and business leadership.”
The winners and their final rank, along with the Elite Pacesetters, will be recognized at the annual breakfast Thursday, April 26, at the Westin Copley Hotel in Boston from 7:30 to 10:30 a.m.
Read the entire list here.
About The Bowdoin Group, Inc.
Founded in 1994, The Bowdoin Group, Inc. specializes in executive search, permanent placement, IT contracting, recruitment process outsourcing, and human capital management consulting services. Our focus is on building companies, solving complex human capital business problems and changing lives. Our teams of industry experts in the high growth industries of information technology, biotechnology, digital and social media, information services, financial services, and higher education, make us uniquely able to help our clients solve the most challenging business problems.
The Bowdoin Group, Inc.