10Pearls Named a 4-Time Winner of Inc Magazine’s Mid-Atlantic Region’s Fastest Growing Private Companies

We are delighted to announce that 10Pearls has been acknowledged in the Inc. 5000 Regionals Mid-Atlantic list for the fourth consecutive year, ranking No 52. among America’s fastest-growing companies in the Mid-Atlantic region.

The Inc 5000 Regionals: Mid-Atlantic list is a prestigious ranking that highlights the most rapidly growing private companies in the Mid-Atlantic region, including DC, Delaware, Maryland, North Carolina, Virginia, and West Virginia. Born from the renowned Inc. 5000 franchise, where 10Pearls has been listed five times consecutively, this regional list offers insights into the success of independent small businesses shaping the local economy.

“It’s an honor to have made the Inc Regional list for the 4th time in a row – a true testament to our team's dedication and hard work. I am grateful to our customers for their business and trust. Our growth has enabled us to partner strategically with our customers and help them navigate challenges and opportunities.”

Imran Aftab, CEO, 10Pearls

Amidst global challenges, 10Pearls continues to strengthen its position as a global leader in digital innovation and engineering services. Expanding its reach into LATAM with nearshore delivery centers, 10Pearls remains focused on fortifying expertise across key sectors such as healthcare, finance, telecom, and energy. Recently, 10Pearls broadened its service portfolio with 10Pearls Studio, its digital marketing division, while also reaffirming its commitment to community empowerment through the extension of its Women In Tech initiative in LATAM.

The companies honored on the 2024 Inc. Regionals: Mid-Atlantic list have showcased outstanding growth rates across various industries, averaging 154.26 percent. Collectively, they have created 14,110 employment opportunities and added a significant $5.2 billion boost to the Mid-Atlantic region’s economy.

“The honorees in our Inc. 5000 network are the Who’s Who of private companies. They’re energizing regional economies as they engineer the future of their industries. Learn who they are and what they do — they’ll be impacting things for a while,” said Eric Hagerman, Special Projects Editor at Inc. Media.