February 27, 2015

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Top 225 Private Companies (PDF)

Florida Trend's exclusive list of the state's 225 largest privately-held companies, ranked by 2013 revenue. Excel version includes data not published in Florida Trend or available in PDF format, including hundreds of additional contacts, phone, fax, website and full company address. Published in July 2014. PDF $69 / Excel $99 / Free HTML Preview of top 5

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Florida Trend's exclusive list of the state's 225 largest privately-held companies, ranked by 2013 revenue. Excel version includes data not published in Florida Trend or available in PDF format, including hundreds of additional contacts, phone, fax, website and full company address. Published in July 2014. PDF $69 / Excel $99 / Free HTML Preview of top 5
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