Pasadena Digital Agency Named Fastest Growing LA Business

Published : Wednesday, November 14, 2018 | 6:36 AM

Image Courtesy of Fox Dealer website

Fox Dealer, a leading automotive digital marketing company based in Pasadena, has been recognized as one of the Fastest Growing Private Companies in 2018 by the Los Angeles Business Journal.

The business publication announced the rankings of the top 100 Fastest Growing Private Companies on Wednesday, November 7, at the Reserve Nightclub in Downtown Los Angeles. The printed publication was released Monday.

“Receiving this accolade as a top growth company in my hometown is a huge recognition of our relentless pursuit to better the Automotive Advertising Industry,” Fox Dealer’s CEO GianCarlo Asong said in a statement. “I attribute our growth to our people; we hire competent, passionate people that really put their heart and soul into their work. Once clients experience that level of concierge service, they’re addicted.”

Fox Dealer was also ranked earlier this year on the Inc. 500 list as one of the fastest growing privately-held companies in the United States. In the list, which compares overall growth for independent companies over a three-year period, Fox Dealer ranked No. 41 with a three-year revenue growth of 6423.9 Percent.

“This is just the start,” Asong continued. “This year, we received our first manufacture website contract with several more pending. We do not believe in resting on our laurels; we have several products in final beta that will be rolling out starting next week, one of which is our new advance new website platform.”

Fox Dealer is a personalized automotive marketing company where powerful digital technology meets white-glove customer service. The company specializes in custom responsive websites, stunning creative design, and cutting-edge digital marketing.

Fox Dealer is a Google Premier partner and the go-to provider for many high-performance dealerships.

For more information about Fox Dealer, visit www.foxdealer.com.

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