Bulk TV & Internet Makes Fast 50 List for Fifth Year
Tuesday November 26th, 2013 - 10:36AM DW
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RALEIGH, NC—Bulk TV & Internet, a lprovider of television and Internet solutions to more than 3,500 commercial properties nationwide, was honored by the Triangle Business Journal at the 21st Annual Fast 50 Awards Dinner held Nov. 19 at the Raleigh Convention Center, here.
The Triangle Business Journal's Fast 50 list recognizes the 50 fastest growing private companies in the Raleigh-Durham area of North Carolina. Stemming from various industries, the Fast 50 award winners have demonstrated entrepreneur excellence and achievements. PricewaterhouseCoopers, a Fast 50 partner, selected and ranked the companies based on a formula that counts revenue growth and profitability in the preceding three years. Bulk TV ranked #13 among the publication's list for 2013. Previously, Bulk TV ranked #36 in 2012; #15 in 2011; #4 in 2010;and #27 in 2009.
Since the company's inception in 2004, Bulk TV has become a provider of DIRECTV services for the hospitality and healthcare industries, university housing, fitness centers and restaurants. The company provides services to upwards of 300,000 units nationwide with television programming, digital satellite TV systems, high-speed Internet access services, managed data network services and telephony systems.
"To be recognized for the fifth consecutive year among this list of well-respected companies is truly an honor," Tim Conley, EVP of Bulk TV, said in a statement. "Our growth is a result of the dedication and commitment of our employees and their efforts to ensure that our customers have the best possible experience with our products and services. We hope to continue this momentum for many years to come."
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