Mobomo ranked #73 on the Washington Business Journal’s Fastest Growing Companies in the greater D.C. area list

Mobomo is happy to announce that we have ranked #73 on the Washington Business Journal’s Fastest Growing Companies in the greater D.C. area list. This list evaluates companies based on the average percentage of revenue growth between 2018 – 2020.

Throughout the last three years, Mobomo has accomplished some amazing successes. This includes new contracts with federal clients such as the PRAC and FERC, as well as some continued work with amazing clients such as NOAA Fisheries. Through this incredible work, our team has also been recognized among the industry with awards such as Muse Creative Awards, Vega Digital Awards, and the Web Excellence Awards.  

It’s our continued passion and drive that has supported the revenue growth over the last three years. We are extremely proud of our hard work and plan to continue building and innovating new products that not only satisfies our clients’ needs, but exceeds them.

The full list of companies included can be found here: link to rankings

About Mobomo: 

Mobomo, LLC is a premier mobile, web, and cloud application development company that has extensive experience in creating award-winning, agile, human-centered design, and providing DevSecOps capabilities.

Mobomo has helped revolutionize the digital federal landscape through our innovative designs of high performing websites and applications that are engineered to fit the needs of government agencies.

About Washington Business Journal:

The Washington Business Journal is the leading source for business news and data for the Washington, D.C., region. The Business Journal publishes all the information and insights you need to succeed in business — through the weekly edition, website, email products and our events and awards programs. Owned by parent company, American City Business Journals – the Business Journals brands are recognized on the local level in 43 markets and have 400+ journalists entrenched in their local markets and industries.