Treble ranks #85 on the 2024 Inc. 5000 Regionals Southwest List


B2B tech PR agency recorded a two-year revenue growth of 127%
Ranked at No. 85, up from 163 last year
Treble has been a strategic partner in 25 startup exits since 2013

Treble, a B2B technology public relations agency with 25 successful exits across its client portfolio, today announced it has made the annual Inc. 5000 Regionals Southwest list, the most prestigious ranking of the fastest-growing private companies based in Arizona, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas. It’s the second consecutive year Treble made the Inc. Regionals Southwest list.

“Treble’s growth trajectory has followed the technology boom in Austin and the Southwest over the past decade,” said Ethan Parker, founder and CEO of Treble. “We recognized an opportunity to scale with our clients as a strategic PR partner. Treble has collaborated with innovative brands across the spectrum of venture capital and B2B technology. It’s an honor to be recognized by Inc. Magazine as one of the top 100 fastest-growing companies in the Southwest region.”

With a revenue growth rate of 127%, Treble came in at No. 85 in this year’s rankings after debuting at No. 163 last year. The companies on the 2024 list show a remarkable rate of growth across all industries in the Southwest region. Between 2020 and 2022, these 162 private companies had an average growth rate of 135.43%; by 2023, these companies added 17,606 jobs and $14.5 billion to the region’s economy.

The largest sector of growth for Treble includes venture-backed startups and enterprises within the artificial intelligence realm. The agency has also scaled up its Enterprise Technology Practice Group with clients focused on cybersecurity, DevOps, edge computing, IoT, cloud storage, and SaaS across vertical industries, including FinTech, HealthTech, RetailTech, GovTech, and ClimateTech.

Headquarters in Austin, Texas, With a Growing Silicon Valley Presence

Treble collaborates with B2B technology-centric venture-backed companies, from seed-stage to pre-IPO, as well as publicly traded companies. The agency provides a scalable pricing model to adapt specifically to the needs of growth-stage companies. Headquartered in Austin, Treble has partnered with U.S. venture capital firms, venture-backed technology companies, and those based in Europe and the Asia-Pacific region.

Treble has been a strategic partner in propelling 25 startups to exit since 2013, with three IPOs and more than 100 funding launches. Successful exits across the Treble client portfolio include TrendKite (acquired by Cision), Favor (acquired by H-E-B), StackEngine (acquired by Oracle), Boxer (acquired by VMware), and Joyride (acquired by Google). The latest exits include Stoplight, a global API design-first company acquired by SmartBear, and data observability startup Calyptia, which Chronosphere acquired.

“The honorees in our Inc. 5000 network are the Who’s Who of private companies. They’re energizing regional economies as they engineer the future of their industries. Learn who they are and what they do — they’ll be impacting things for a while,” said Eric Hagerman, Special Projects Editor at Inc. Media.

Learn more about Treble’s ability to drive investor awareness and lead generation and accelerate the path to a successful exit with technology startups and enterprises.

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