SALT LAKE CITY, Utah — August 21, 2018 — Inc. magazine has ranked Scalar, a leading independent valuation firm, as number 3,043 on its 37th annual Inc. 5000 list. Scalar has now become a member of the elite group that has included Pandora, Microsoft, Zappos.com, Facebook, and Timberland in past years.
“We are honored to make the Inc. 5000 list this year along with the other great companies that have demonstrated spectacular growth,” says Zak Nugent, CEO of Scalar. “This recognition is a testament to the expertise and diligence of our team as well as to the quality of work that they put forward. The future is bright at Scalar and we are excited to continue finding innovative ways to best serve our clients.”
Since 1982, Inc. magazine has spotlighted the nation’s fastest-growing companies in their annual Inc. 5000 list. This list highlights the companies at the forefront of innovation and economic growth, and often offer a first glimpse into the household names of the future business landscape.
Scalar is the leading independent valuation firm for tax, financial reporting, transaction advisory, and litigation purposes. Scalar empowers business leaders to make informed and effective decisions through meticulous valuations, insightful consultations, and active client engagement.
Founded in 2009, Scalar is a world-class financial firm that combines the highest level of service and quality with the energy and efficiency of a startup.
Scalar’s experienced team recognizes every client’s situation is unique and works tirelessly to refine and apply the most effective methodologies when performing valuations, calculating risk, and uncovering business opportunities to help clients plan for success.
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