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FAST 25: Activate Healthcare

The company helps employers save money long term and have a healthier workforce by providing on- and near-site primary care clinics.

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FAST 25: C.H. Garmong & Son Inc.

The construction company, founded 90 years ago in Terre Haute, saw business take off after it opened an Indianapolis headquarters five years ago and branched out to markets all over Indiana.

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FAST 25: GreenLight LLC

The company's diecast cars aren’t toys; they’re geared for adult collectors and typically sell for $49 to $200.

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FAST 25: Spot Freight Inc.

The third-party logistics company, which works with trucking companies to ship freight across the country and in Canada and Mexico,  is more than doubling the size of its Indianapolis offices and recently opened its first expansion outpost in Charlotte, North Carolina.

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FAST 25: The Skillman Corp.

President Brad Skillman’s construction-management company got a big boost from its work on the $85 million Hamilton Southeastern College and Career Academy.

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FAST 25: Milhaus

The real estate firm—which was No. 1 on this list last year—added offices in Pittsburgh, Milwaukee and Oklahoma City in the past year and soon will be in Tampa and the Carolinas.

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FAST 25: Tech Trades

Eight years ago, Mark Hall bought Tech Trades out of receivership. The timing, he said, turned out to be perfect.

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FAST 25: Bottom-Line Performance Inc.

3-year growth: 72 percent  2014 revenue: $2.7 million Changing the business: Like many companies, Bottom-Line Performance experienced a big downturn in 2008-2009. The company was 100-percent service-based, creating training programs for customers to support product launches or customer education. President Sharon Boller said she realized that “survival and growth would have to come by diversifying—offering […]

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FAST 25: The Etica Group Inc.

The Etica Group, which started 10 years ago as an architecture and engineering firm, has morphed into a company with four core areas: architecture design (renovation and rehab for higher education and industrial/pharmaceutical work); engineering design (sanitary sewer and storm water projects); a building envelope division (maintaining exteriors); and construction observation.

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FAST 25: Lauth Group Inc.

A growing economy, low interest rates, available capital and pent-up demand are some of the reasons real estate developer Lauth Group Inc. cites for its growth.

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FAST 25: enVista

Over 13 years, enVista has regularly added services to help clients reduce cost and eliminate waste from supply chains.

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FAST 25: Office 360

It’s tough to compete against Staples, Office Depot and Office Max, Steve Nahmias, a principal, said, but “a lot of companies and organizations in Indiana prefer to do business with a local company."

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FAST 25: MS Cos.

MS Cos. provides support, staffing and technology solutions for automotive and manufacturing in areas such as continual training, career development, and competitive pay and benefits for employees.

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FAST 25: Sun King Brewing Co.

Sun King has grown so much since its founding in 2009 that, at the end of 2014, it was forced to stop distributing its beer outside central Indiana because of laws limiting production capacity.

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FAST 25: Mainstreet

When you have a health care business for which “there’s a tremendous need and virtually no product”—which Mainstreet founder and CEO Zeke Turner said is what his company has—growth potential would seem unlimited.

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FAST 25: DeveloperTown

If you’re going to hire DeveloperTown, Managing Partner Michael Cloran said, do so at the start of a project.

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