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August 21, 2014

Fourteen Maine companies make Inc. magazine's 'fastest growing' list

The parent company of Electricity Maine and 13 other Maine businesses have been named as some of the country's fastest-growing private companies by Inc. magazine.

The Portland Press Herald reported that Provider Power — an Auburn-based electricity provider for Maine, Massachusetts and New Hampshire that's known here as Electricity Maine — made the magazine's No. 6 spot for its elite Inc. 500 list, based on its posted 2013 revenue of $137.9 million, a 19,877% increase over the previous three years. They were also ranked No. 1 in the energy sector.

Thirteen other Maine companies made the Inc. 5,000 list — which, similar to the 500 list, requires private companies to submit revenue figures in order to be considered.

The other companies are listed in the table below.

RankCompanyLocation2013 Revenue3-Year Increase*
600CashStarPortland$15.8 million792%
798Vets First ChoicePortland$18.7 million573%
821Argo Marketing GroupLewiston$10.4 million553%
1060Enterprise Trenchless TechnologiesLisbon Falls$24.4 million419%
1346The Clean BedroomKittery$5 million320%
1790Vision Payment SolutionsPortland$13.7 million231%
1813Apothecary by DesignPortland$32.8 million228%
2014Tilson TechnologyPortland$10.1 million201%
2093KPI DirectPortland$3.4 million191%
3194WinxnetPortland$10.7 million109%
3771Maine Media CollectivePortland$4.4 million83%
3902Professional Disability AssociatesPortland$9 million79%
4145Bar Harbor FoodsWhiting$7.78 million70%

*Represents increase from 2010 to 2013

Correction: A previous version of this story incorrectly stated the 2013 total revenue for Bar Harbor Foods.

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