Iverson Language Associates, Inc. Named to the Inc. 5000 List

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Milwaukee-based company named to the Inc. 5000 List of Rapidly Growing Companies.

Steve Iverson, President and CEO, announced that Iverson Language Associates, Inc., a Milwaukee-based language services company, was recently added to the Inc. 5,000 list, which recognizes America's fastest growing private companies. Launched this year, the Inc. 5,000 represents companies that demonstrate significant revenue growth over four consecutive years, are independent and privately held and are based in the United States. Companies are ranked on percentage revenue growth from 2003 to 2006.

"The inclusion on the Inc. 5,000 listing validates our efforts to provide our clients with strategic solutions for their foreign language needs, along with the ability to implement them," states Steve Iverson.

On September 6-8, all companies were recognized at the 2007 Inc. 500 conference in Chicago, which featured Former President Clinton as the keynote speaker. Other speakers included Robert Galvin, former CEO of Motorola; Joe Mansueto, CEO and founder of Morningstar; Edmund Phelps, the most recent recipient of the Nobel Prize in economics; and, Jack Stack, CEO of Springfield Remanufacturing Co. and father of "Open Book" management.

Founded in 1986, the focus of Iverson Language Associates, Inc. is on managing document translation for companies and organizations that have an ongoing need to provide business-critical information in multiple languages. As with other Inc. 5,000 companies, Iverson has been an engine of job growth, providing many opportunities for highly-skilled professionals in the translation industry. With an annual growth rate of 15%, the company has 30 employees at its corporate headquarters in Milwaukee and works with over 1000 translators located across the globe.

Detailed information on Iverson Language Associates, Inc. can be obtained by visiting http://www.iversonlang.com. Information regarding Inc. Magazine can be found at http://www.inc.com.


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