iDealFurniture/ Advanced Licensing made the highly coveted Inc. 5000 list for the third year in a row, coming in at #943.
Online PR News – 20-August-2020 – Las Vegas, NV - August 17, 2020 – Inc. magazine recently announced that iDealFurniture/ Advanced Licensing had made the highly coveted Inc. 5000 list for the third year in a row, coming in at #943. The company beat out countless competitors to take home the honors. Details about the win can be found on the company websites: iDealFurniture.org and advancedlicensing.com.
CEO of Ideal Furniture Larry Kozin was pleased to hear news of the honor, saying,“[It] really speaks to the commitment and dedication of those on the iDealFurniture and Advanced Licensing teams. Online retail is a dynamic and changing space, and to compete successfully against major e-tailers takes a bit of moxie from everyone involved. Our staff deserves to celebrate this as much as anyone.”
To appear on the 2020 Inc. 5000 list, which includes the 5,000 fastest-growing companies in the US, firms needed to have generated at least $100,000 in revenue in 2016 and $2 million in revenue in 2019, be privately held, for profit, US-based, and independent. Besides meeting these criteria, iDealFurniture/Advanced Licensing grew at an impressive rate of 495%.
As the Inc. 5000 website states, “We honor just one thing: real achievement by a founder or a team of founders. No one makes the Inc. 5000 without building something great--usually from scratch.” And this is certainly true for iDealFurniture/Advanced Licensing, as iDeal Furniture grew from a single furniture store started by Mr. Kozin in 1982 to become the fastest growing network of furniture brokers in the country. After his store became successful, Mr. Kozin began recruiting brokers around the US to help others fulfill their dreams of owning their own business. While iDealFurniture focuses on helping people get started in the furniture trade, its offshoot, Advanced Licensing, helps individuals with a wide range of businesses get licensed and primed for expansion. “We’re really excited about the future,” Kozin says. “While this is a nice feather in the cap, it’s really about meeting the needs of our clients.”