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Mid-Market

There are different definitions of the mid-market companies.  Dun & Bradstreet defines mid-market as those companies with revenues between $10 million and $1 billion per year.  Less than $10 million is a small business; over $1 billion is large.  

 

With professional firms it is not so easy.  In the accounting world the smallest of the Final 4 CPA firms earns $26 billion, whereas #5 earns $7 billion.  And it goes quickly down from there.

 

We have helped MANY companies and professional firms in the mid-market arena.  Whether you are that law firm with offices in 10 states, that apparel manufacturer with $50 million in sales or that retailer with 300 stores we have helped companies like yours.

 

So, if you are a mid-sized professional firm or a mid-market business looking to expand, we can help.  Not many companies realize why they appear to be stuck in a certain size - we have the answers.  Why are you where you are?  What do you need to move up?  It's a lot simpler than you think.

There are different definitions of the mid-market companies.  Dun & Bradstreet defines mid-market as those companies with revenues between $10 million and $1 billion per year.  Less than $10 million is a small business; over $1 billion is large.  

 

With professional firms it is not so easy.  In the accounting world the smallest of the Final 4 CPA firms earns $26 billion, whereas #5 earns $7 billion.  And it goes quickly down from there.

 

We have helped MANY companies and professional firms in the mid-market arena.  Whether you are that law firm with offices in 10 states, that apparel manufacturer with $50 million in sales or that retailer with 300 stores we have helped companies like yours.

 

So, if you are a mid-sized professional firm or a mid-market business looking to expand, we can help.  Not many companies realize why they appear to be stuck in a certain size - we have the answers.  Why are you where you are?  What do you need to move up?  It's a lot simpler than you think.

There are different definitions of the mid-market companies.  Dun & Bradstreet defines mid-market as those companies with revenues between $10 million and $1 billion per year.  Less than $10 million is a small business; over $1 billion is large.  

 

With professional firms it is not so easy.  In the accounting world the smallest of the Final 4 CPA firms earns $26 billion, whereas #5 earns $7 billion.  And it goes quickly down from there.

 

We have helped MANY companies and professional firms in the mid-market arena.  Whether you are that law firm with offices in 10 states, that apparel manufacturer with $50 million in sales or that retailer with 300 stores we have helped companies like yours.

 

So, if you are a mid-sized professional firm or a mid-market business looking to expand, we can help.  Not many companies realize why they appear to be stuck in a certain size - we have the answers.  Why are you where you are?  What do you need to move up?  It's a lot simpler than you think.