Hudson, MA (PRWEB) December 31, 2006
Leading alternative energy e-tailer, The Alternative Energy Store (http://www.altenergystore.com/), has been named one of the Top Growth Companies in 2006 by the Worcester Business Journal. Based on revenue growth over the past three fiscal years, The Alternative Energy Store ranked seventh among the fastest growing private companies with a 152 percent revenue growth over the last three fiscal years. 2006 marks a year of great success and accolade for the small, Hudson-based e-tailer as they were also recognized as one of the United States' fastest growing private companies by inc.com on their 2006 Inc. 500 List.
"We're thrilled to be recognized among the leading growth businesses in our community here in Worcester, MA.," said Sascha Deri, one of the founders of The Alternative Energy Store. "We are so grateful for our staff and the team of people here that have made this growth possible. As a company, we are thrilled to be a part of such an exciting growth industry, but without a solid team behind us, we would not be growing so effectively."
The Worcester Business Journal has been recognizing companies in central Massachusetts for a number of years, offering the business community a glimpse into the success stories and strategies used by all of these companies. According to the Worcester Business Journal, "The companies on this year's list have paved their way to success with varying combinations of hard work, forethought and imagination -- and many of them stress the importance of relationship-building."
The Alternative Energy Store exemplifies many of these traits as the founders showed forethought by becoming a part of a fast growing market of smart energy manufacturing and retailing. By offering a wide selection of alternative energy products from energy saving light bulbs to solar panels and wind turbines, they appeal to anyone in the market for energy efficient products.
By launching a newer, sleeker website earlier this year, with an augmented learning center and improved usability, they have also positioned themselves for success and growth. Much of their inventory is heavily technical though, so by hiring the right staff and providing top notch training and educational resources, they have positioned themselves as a true DIY hub for alternative energy enthusiasts. This kind of dedication and hard work has allowed the Alternative Energy Store to grow quickly and efficiently.
"We have worked hard this year to keep up with our growth and plan for the future simultaneously," said Deri. "It has been challenging, and has required a lot of hard work from our partners and our team but we are having a great time rising to the challenge and hope to continue to grow at this rate in the coming years!"
The Worcester Business Journal (WBJ), online at http://wbjournal.com/, is the central Massachusetts leader in business news. First and foremost, they are the region's definitive source for business news. Every two weeks, they deliver news and opinion for the Central Massachusetts/Metrowest business community.
Founded in 1999 by three environmentally aware engineers, the Alternative Energy Store is an incredible resource for learning about and purchasing renewable energy products online. Located in the Hudson, Massachusetts, the Alternative Energy Store has grown to become a leader in the online, telephone and catalog retailers of solar, wind and hydro power systems. They have clients throughout the Americas, Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia, and New Zealand and even in Antarctica.