LANCASTER, Pa., Oct. 2 InnerLink, an innovative developerof health and safety solutions, has been named the 13th fastest growingcompany in Central Pennsylvania by the Central Penn Business Journal. The 12thannual Top 50 Fastest Growing Companies event honors businesses that have madesignificant contributions to the growth, strength, and success of the CentralPA region.
"We are honored to be recognized for our recent growth," said RobertGillio, M.D., chairman and CEO of InnerLink. "This is a testament to the hardwork and dedication of our team to help our communities stay safe and healthy.We could not have gotten here without our partners and investors, includingBen Franklin Technology Partners who supported our entrepreneurial vision withseed capital in 2005."
InnerLink creates sustainable intervention solutions that assist youth tomake good choices in health and safety. The company takes a collaborativeapproach to enhancing community wellness with a focus on the future. Itscustomized solutions are created to empower people with the tools, technology,and subject matter expertise to "InnerLink" knowledge, skills, and practicalapplications across disciplines and cultures. With that in place improvedhealth and safety are the result. InnerLink creates a rich mix of solutions --from health, nutrition and fitness to safety, preparedness and recoverysolutions for schools and communities. In Pennsylvania, InnerLink is bestknown as the developer of Highmark Foundation's Health eTools for Schools, acomprehensive web-based solution that is helping schools across the stateaddress ways of reducing the behaviors that can lead to childhood obesity andbullying in a coordinated and systemic way. For more information about HealtheTools for Schools, visit www.healthetoolsforschools.org .
The nominated companies were ranked according to revenue growth over the2005, 2006, and 2007 three-year period. Both dollar and percentage increaseswere taken into consideration. This ranking formula led to the recognition ofthe 2008 Top 50 Fastest Growing Companies, consisting of both large and smallcompanies headquartered in Cumberland, Dauphin, Lancaster, Lebanon, Perry, andYork County.
To learn more about InnerLink, visit www.TheInnerLink.com.
Headquartered in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, InnerLink, Inc., is aninnovative developer of health and safety solutions for schools, communities,and healthcare professionals. The organization's mission is to help peoplelive healthier, safer lives through education, collaboration, data sharing,and community involvement.