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For the eighth year in a row Cali Bamboo has been named to Inc. Magazine’s Inc. 5000 list as one of the fastest growing private companies in America. Cali Bamboo is ranked among major brands including Dell, LinkedIn, and many others honored with this prestigious award. We are thrilled to note the progress on this list over the last three years: From 3,393 in 2014 to 2,341 in 2015 and now 1,745 in 2016. 

“We are growing at an exponential rate, and it shows,” says Jeff Goldberg, Founder and CEO of Cali Bamboo. “This honor of being recognized on the Inc. 5000 list is something we strive for every year – a hallmark of success backed by rigorous development and a relentless focus on making the right decisions for our business; from the personnel we hire, to training, acquisition, product development, and execution. We have been as consistent in our growth as we are dedicated to our mission to further a sustainable future, and we look forward to future growth and a continued, noteworthy rise on this prestigious list.”

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