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Home arrow Marketing Research News arrow Latest Company News And Announcements arrow CETRA Language Solutions’ Eighth Year on Inc. 5000 List
CETRA Language Solutions’ Eighth Year on Inc. 5000 List PDF Print E-mail
Written by CETRA   
21 Aug 2015

For the eighth year in a row, Inc. magazine included CETRA Language Solutions in its ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies. The list represents a comprehensive look at America’s most successful independent entrepreneurs.

CETRA’s President and CEO, Dr. Jiri Stejskal, says: “It’s great to be recognized for all of the incredible growth that has happened over the past year at CETRA. Between opening our first office in Asia, investing in new technology and expanding our employee operations this is a very exciting time for us.”

We are especially proud to be among the impressive crop of companies on this year’s list. The average Inc. 5000 company achieved a three-year growth rate of 490%, aggregate revenues of $205 billion and generated 647,000 jobs over the past three years. The top 500 companies will be featured in the September issue of Inc., available on newsstands August 18, and the full list can be found at

CETRA Language Solutions provides language services to businesses and institutions around the world, including translation, language and American Sign Language interpretation, website localization, software localization, multilingual typesetting, voice-overs and transcriptions in over 200 languages. Its global network of more than 5,000 professional linguists, and its dedicated staff in Pennsylvania, Virginia, California, Ireland, Germany, South Korea and Ghana provides professional, responsive service that saves clients time, simplifies the process and makes working with CETRA a pleasure. CETRA is ISO 9001, ISO 13485 and EN 15038 certified.
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