Izatt International ranked #23 in UVEF Top 25 Under 5

Today the Utah Valley Entrepreneurial Forum announced their Top 25 Under 5 for 2011, honoring the top 25 companies in Utah that are less than five years old, based on revenues and job growth.

It’s exciting to report that Izatt International made the #23 slot, moving up 2 slots from last year when it placed #25. UVEF is a great organization, and it’s an honor to be recognized by them in their annual Top 25 Under 5 awards.

To see all 25 winners, read my tweets in #izatt_iPhone on Twitter.


Here’s the press release from UVEF:

UVEF Top 25 Under 5 Winners Add 800 Jobs to State’s Nation Leading Economy

OREM, Utah – July 14, 2011 The Utah Valley Entrepreneurial Forum (UVEF) today announced winners of its 2011 “Top 25 Under Five” Award, spotlighting outstanding Utah entrepreneurs and start-up companies. Award ceremonies were held at Utah Valley University with Adobe, Silicon Slopes and InnoVentures sponsoring the event. UVEF recognized … Today’s winners collectively created 800 jobs and $189 million in 2010 revenue.

This is UVEF’s twelfth Top 25 Under Five competition. UVEF has highlighted more than 200 companies through this competition, including Utah success stories like Omniture, Skullcandy and Xango, among many others.

About UVEF

The Utah Valley Entrepreneurial Forum (UVEF) is a volunteer non-profit support group linking entrepreneurs to Money, Markets, and Mentors. Celebrating 22 years of new business success, UVEF empowers current and future business leaders to thrive in today’s competitive market. We provide real-world, practical education and valuable resources on how to access needed capital, attract new customers and tap into industry experts. For information on upcoming meetings, speakers and exclusive membership benefits visit www.uvef.net.

Press Contact:

John Pilmer


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