ttcInnovations Named One of the Top 100 Fastest Growing Private Companies in San Diego
Posted: November 5, 2019
SAN DIEGO, CA, November 5, 2019 – ttcInnovations has been named one of the top 100 Fastest Growing Private Companies in San Diego by the San Diego Business Journal (SDBJ)! CEO and Founder, Debbie Wooldridge, attended the reception and awards ceremony honoring all 100 companies on Thursday, July 25, 2019. This award highlights 100 organizations in the San Diego region that have grown exponentially within the last three years.
President and Publisher of the SDBJ, Barb Chodos, states, “For the Fastest-Growing Private companies, it is a race: A race against time, a race against money, and a race against the competition.” To qualify for this award, a company must have been established with recorded revenue for all 12 months of 2016 and have had at least $350,000 in revenue for each of the three years. SDBJ then calculated percentage growth from 2016 to 2018, landing ttcInnovations at #83 on the list!
“While being profitable is essential to our success, profit cannot and does not drive how we operate,” said Wooldridge when asked to comment on this esteemed award. “We are above all a people-focused organization and especially grateful to our award-winning team for exemplifying our core values throughout every facet of our company. These tenants — innovation, quality, integrity, and responsiveness — are the foundation for the long-standing relationships we are honored to build with our clients. Our commitment to supporting our team allows us to continually provide innovative custom training solutions and top-notch talent with Innovators on Demand® to our clients, attributing greatly to our exponential growth.”
About San Diego Business Journal
Each week, the San Diego Business Journal delivers the market’s most complete package of business news and information on San Diego County’s companies, industries and business people. They cover commercial real estate, banking and finance, biotech, health care, technology, defense, tourism, manufacturing, professional services and more. Each week,they also write about San Diego’s vibrant start-up community.
SDBJ’s lists provide comprehensive data and statistics on top-ranked San Diego companies across all industries. Each of these surveys is then compiled into the San Diego Business Journal’s invaluable resource —the annual Book of Lists.
Since 2001, ttcInnovations has partnered with top enterprise-wide learning and development organizations to scale training initiatives at a moment’s need. As a WBENC-certified women-owned business, we believe our team is an extension of yours. Through innovation, quality, integrity,and responsiveness, we specialize in agile custom learning solutions and Innovators on Demand® to help your team succeed!
We believe passionately:
- That the power behind your company lies in your people and that L&D sparks both innovation and change
- That you don’t need another training vendor, but a true thought partner with the courage, acumen, and integrity to champion for your needs
- That custom training can be both personalized and cost-effective when the right strategy and resources collide
- That true innovation comes not from the tools or methods used, but rather the individuals who dare to question the status quo
- That the secret to shared client success is responsiveness and transparency
- In the power of agile, specialized, and onboard-ready Innovators on Demand® who can offer Extra Hands You Don’t Have to Hold®
- In quality AND quantity — and that outsourced content development doesn’t have to sacrifice one over the other
- In training with a purpose and creating meaningful learning experiences that drive the greatest impact on the business
We are ttcInnovations, and our team is an extension of yours!
About the Author
Emily is a social media marketer with an affinity for bringing an authentic voice to creative words. In the past few years, Emily has primarily assisted both small and large businesses alike craft their brand, grow their audience, and build community through social media platforms. Her own writing can be found on a number of blogs relating to the industry and laced through social media accounts masked as the brand’s identity. She first joined the ttcInnovations’ family as a freelance contractor but has now settled into a part-time role where she oversees all social media initiatives with her expertise flair and intrapreneurial skills. Her love for craft coffee, explorative travel, and watercolor art fuel her inspiration and creativity on the job.