PureMatter on Silicon Valley’s Fast 50 List
For the fourth time, PureMatter Brand Marketing + Interactive made the Silicon Valley/San Jose Business Journal’s “Fast Private 50” list, ranking #46 out of the 51 fastest growing private companies in Silicon Valley. Competing against much larger and more established companies such as LinkedIn, Box.net, and Marketo, to name a few, the 10-year old San Jose-based marketing firm felt honored to be included with some of the Valley’s most exciting and emerging private companies.
Also earning a spot on the list at #31 was ECS Refining, a Santa Clara based electronics recycling and end-of-life services company, and client of PureMatter. “Having one of our clients make the list makes this even better,” said Bryan Kramer, president of PureMatter.” We’re in the business of helping our client’s businesses grow, so to contribute on that level validates that we’re doing something right.” PureMatter branded and launched ecollective (www.myecollective.com), ECS Refining’s consumer e-waste recycling program in 2010, which is now California’s most aggressive and largest e-waste recycling initiative. Ecollective is rolling out nationally this year.
The 51 companies were honored at a private dinner at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View. Bryan Kramer accepted the award and attributed the company’s success to its long-term relationships and trusted team.
Each year, the Silicon Valley/San Jose Business Journal solicits entrants into the competition and awards winners based on their percentage growth over the previous three-year period. This year, it expanded by one to award the 51 fastest growing private companies in the region.