GameChanger Products LLC, a growth and innovation consulting firm for consumer products companies, announced today that it has been named No. 82 on the Fast 100 list of growing private companies by the San Francisco Business Times.
GameChanger received rankings of No. 25 among all companies in the East Bay area, which includes Oakland, Berkeley, Pleasanton and Concord, No.7 among all consulting firms in the San Francisco area, and No. 1 among innovation consulting firms. It was also No. 13 among advertising and marketing service companies.
The company, which earned its ranking on the 2013 list by virtue of its sales growth of 88% between 2010 and 2012, has also been listed on the Inc. 500/5000 list of the country’s fastest-growing private companies in 2012 and 2013.
GameChanger, which provides consulting for Fortune 500 consumer products companies like Nestle, Valvoline and General Mills, helps corporations instill an entrepreneurial mindset, while also shortening and sharpening the innovation process, reducing costs and increasing the success rate. Its services include Retail Lab™ where companies can test sell new products to live customers in real stores; GC Combinator™, where teams of entrepreneurs work with corporate managers to build innovative new products; and MVP Product Sourcing, which helps companies build inexpensive, sellable prototype products.
“We are thrilled to be included on the San Francisco Business Times Fast 100,” said GameChanger CEO Larry Popelka. “We’re continuing to see strong growth due to our unique approach which many CPG companies are using to reignite innovation. Our company has grown almost entirely through word of mouth, and the clients we have are typically hiring us for multiple engagements as our process is fast, cost effective and gets results.”
GameChanger Products, LLC is an innovative marketing company based in Alameda, CA, that focuses on breakthrough new product concepts. Inc. Magazine ranked GameChanger at No. 1195 on the 2013 Inc. 500/5000, an exclusive ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies. For more information, please see http://www.GameChanger.net.