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Bombora grows revenue by 425% and ranks No. 997 on the 2019 Inc. 5000

September 5, 2019

Bombora has been recognized as one of America’s most successful private companies following its 425% three-year revenue growth. Continuous product enhancements, partnership growth, and customer retention have placed us alongside some of the most acclaimed businesses in the marketing and data industries.

The annual Inc. 5000 list is one of the most prestigious rankings in the nation, and we are honored to be ranked No. 997 amongst the group of 2019 fastest-growing private companies in America. As the representative for B2B Intent data, the onus is placed on us to bring continuous innovation, product excellence, and sustained growth in the future.

As our CEO Erik Matlick has pronounced, “Sustained growth is perhaps the best recognition that our products and services are important to our market. It’s an honor to be included on the Inc. 5000 in recognition of the monumental growth Bombora has achieved over the past few years. We’re in great company on the list, alongside other pioneers in the marketing and data spaces.”

In 2019 and beyond, Bombora strives to make B2B Intent data more accessible for businesses of all sizes and in expanded regions. This will come as a result of new partnerships, education series, and product expansions, including the latest:

  • Intent data free trial through Company Surge® Alerts. Select the Intent topics related to your business(es), and receive a weekly email containing the top 10 businesses currently researching those topics.
  • New partnerships and/or integrations with LiveRamp, NetWise, Zylotech, and more.
  • Bang! Australia becomes the first agency in the ANZ region to offer Bombora Company Surge® Intent data.
  • The Inside Intent podcast has been released to share stories (including challenges!) from clients, partners and advocates about practical and strategic applications of B2B Intent data within their organizations.

Parts of this post were first published on GlobeNewswire.