Fair Marketing, Inc., a web marketing company based in Houston, has once again been honored by being named to the Houston Business Journal’s FastTech 50 List. Fair Marketing ranked No. 18 overall of the technology companies that received recognition at an awards ceremony, the same as they did in 20111. The awards ceremony was held at the Westin Galleria Hotel in downtown Houston and the event highlights the 50 fastest growing technology companies within the Houston area. The web company recently earned fourth place at the Houston Business Journal’s Best Places to Work awards ceremony.
Fairmarketing earned a 79.11 percent revenue growth rate in 2011.
“Our story is like that of a popular fairy tale that literally came true,” said Roger Janik, Fair Marketing president and principal. “We started out with just a couple of employees, held meetings in limited spaces, had little revenue and just a few clients. However, with determination, and a whole lot of astuteness, we were able to grow. Every year, we have experienced growth as a result and being named to HBJ’s FastTech 50 list consecutively is reflective of this. I am proud of my team for taking the necessary extra steps in order to get us to the next level…and we are planning to reach even higher goals.”
The ceremony includes a Technology Conference with a CEO Technology Forum, where four Houston tech CEOs will share their best practices during the conference. The event also features a Technopalooza event with more than 25 exhibits. Nilofer Merchant, best-selling author, CEO and founder of Rubicon Consulting, Inc., was the event’s keynote speaker. Additionally, candidates for the HBJ Enterprise champion award were handed out to companies that stood out in community service, innovation, corporate culture and overcame challenges.
The FastTech 50 Awards are presented to the 50 fastest-growing Houston-area high-tech businesses ranked by percentage of revenue growth in 2010. The event is co-sponsored by Comcast Business Class, Red House Associates, Houston Technology Center, Rice Alliance for Technology and Entrepreneurship, C2 Creative, Pierpont and Audio Houston Auto Dealers.