The 2014 Seven Small Jewels: Seven To Watch

When it comes to our Seven Small Jewels award, suffice to say that we get many, many nominations for just seven spots. So, it stands to reason that several…

Seven To WatchWhen it comes to our Seven Small Jewels award, suffice to say that we get many, many nominations for just seven spots. So, it stands to reason that several stood out in the eyes of our editorial committee. For one reason or another, these seven firms didn’t quite make the final cut this year, but they certainly stood out enough to be recognized as our Seven to Watch in 2014 and beyond.

CAIMAN CONSULTINGThis Redmond, Wash.-based multi-service high-tech and retail firm, with an additional office in San Jose, Calif., grew revenue 25 percent last year and is forecasting more than 20 percent growth this year. One of the most attractive and colorful feathers in this perennial Best Small Firm to Work For’s cap is finding more than $1 billion in new revenue for one of its clients.LYONS CONSULTING GROUPThis Chicago-based IT firm is exclusively focused on retail, not exactly the highest growth market of late. But don’t tell that to the Lyons Consulting Group, which grew revenue to 25 percent in 2013 and is forecasting another 25 percent in 2014. And, Lyons Consulting Group only increased headcount by about 7 percent last year.

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