Forgive the sushi pun, but Hissho is on a roll once again. The sushi chain has been recognized by Inc. 5000 on its 2016 list of fastest growing privately owned companies in the United States.
“The 2016 Inc. 5000 are the superheroes of the U.S. economy,” explained the Inc. 5000 website itself. “America’s fastest-growing private companies wield powers like strategy, service, and innovation. On this list you’ll find businesses that exercise the body and the mind, push the boundaries of virtual reality and 3-D printing, and delight fans with rock concerts, and (in the case of the No. 1 company, LootCrate)—superheroes. Thrill to these companies' amazing exploits—and learn a thing or two about the hard, real work.”
According to a press release, this is the sixth time in seven years that Hissho has earned Inc. 5000’s honor. This time around, Hissho gained its higher ever ranking, number 3077 of the 5000. Furthermore, in the realm of North Carolina-based companies, Hissho ranked number 22.
This is not the only recognition Hissho has received in the recent months. Publication Smart CEO distinguished the company as one of its Fast 50, a list of Charlotte, North Carolina’s fastest-growing mid-sized companies, with the U.S. Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce naming Hissho its Fast 100 Winner. Just last month, CEO Philip Maung was also featured on the cover of PRIDE Magazine.
Deli Market News would like to offer the entire Hissho team a congratulations for another great accomplishment.