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Newline Interactive Recognized in Annual Dallas 100 Entrepreneur Awards

2017/11/23
The Caruth Institute for Entrepreneurship at the SMU Cox School of Business honored Newline Interactive at its annual Dallas 100 Entrepreneur Awards. The Dallas 100 recognizes 100 of the fastest-growing private companies in North Texas who celebrate innovation and determination.

Newline Interactive was ranked #10 out of the 100 winners, a testament to their resolve to create and sustain a successful business in today’s competitive environment.

“The Newline team has once again found itself honored to be on a short list of really impressive companies and I’m proud of the team for achieving such an honor,” Chris Bradford, President of Newline Interactive, said. “Making the list of 100 fastest growing companies in Dallas was great, but finding out that we were #10 was incredible.  I want to thank SMU as well as all of the sponsors, particularly KRLD, for putting on such a great program.”

The Dallas 100 Entrepreneur Awards looks for independent, privately held corporations that have at least a three-year history that reflects growth. All Dallas 100 companies must be headquartered in the Dallas Metroplex, have sales greater than $500,000 but less than $75 million in fiscal year 2014, and show a credit report and character satisfactory to the Dallas 100.

Winners and rankings were announced at an event on Thursday, November 16, 2017 at the Omni Dallas Hotel. Newline received a trophy for their 10th place ranking. This year, the top 10 winners had a combined revenue of over $1.5 billion.

The Caruth Institute for Entrepreneurship began the Dallas 100 awards in 1990. This was the 27th year of the Dallas 100.

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About Newline

Headquartered in Plano, Texas, Newline Interactive is a leading supplier of interactive touch screens and innovative software that increases productivity and enables collaboration.  Newline Interactive develops products that help organizations in a wide range of vertical markets including financial services, education, healthcare, law enforcement, manufacturing, municipalities, and legal services. 

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