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September 23, 2017

Best Small Companies - 2010

• • • (15 to 49 employees)

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1 Reunion Bank of Florida Tavares Banking
2 Ibis Financial Group Boca Raton Financial Services
3 eBridge Solutions Tampa Technology
4 rbb Public Relations Coral Gables Advertising/PR/ Marketing
5 AgileThought Tampa Technology
6 Moore Consulting Group Tallahassee Advertising/PR/ Marketing
7 Benefit Advisors Ocala Health Insurance
8 Dacasso Gainesville Manufacturing
9 Bit-Wizards Custom Software Solutions Fort Walton Beach Software, Web Design, IT Consulting
10 LandSouth Construction Jacksonville Beach Construction
11 Infinity Business Systems* Tampa Technology
12 Madrid Engineering Group Bartow Engineering
13 Alltrust Insurance Palm Harbor Health Insurance
14 IT Authorities Tampa Managed IT Services
15 ChappellRoberts Tampa Advertising/PR/Marketing
16 Simple HR Destin Employee Leasing / HR Consulting
17 Hire Methods Jacksonville Staffing
18 Crossman & Co. Orlando Real Estate
19 Gulf Coast Community Foundation of Venice Venice Non-Profit
20 TheMediaCrew.com Largo Advertising/PR/ Marketing
21 FMS Purchasing & Services Clearwater Services
22 Design+Shop Orlando Exhibits/Displays/ Trade Show Services
23 Men's Divorce Law Firm Winter Park Legal
24 BodyLogicMD Boca Raton Administrative Services
25 First Green Bank Eustis Banking

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