Inc. Magazine's list of 500 of the country's fastest-growing companies has been released, and Redwood City based Propel Fuels made the list.
The low-carbon fuel station operator led by CEO Matt Horton came in at number 352. In 2011, the company brought in $11.9 million in revenue with 1,059.8 percent growth, the Silicon Valley-San Jose Business Journal reported in a re-cap article published Monday.
The list factors in revenue growth over the past four years.
Twelve Silicon Valley companies in total made the list.
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Other Bay Area companies that made the list included the San Mateo-based companies Adap.tv, Marketo Inc. and SugarSync, Inc., Mountain View-based companies Audience Inc. and Axcient Inc., Santa Clara-based Palo Alto Networks, Milpitas-based Anjaneyap Inc., San Jose-based A10 Networks Inc., Fremont-based Mobifusion Inc., Sunnyvale-based Arteris Inc., and, of course, Menlo Park-based Facebook Inc., included because the company was still private in 2011.
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