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Two Vineland Businesses Make Inc’s List for Phenomenal Growth

MJ Home in Vineland, with 752 percent growth over the last three years, made the recent national list of businesses with the highest growth rates published by the popular business news publication Inc.

Selling home decor items, the company also known as Mama’s Junk, has seen exponential growth in part thanks to their presence on Tik Tok, Instagram, and Facebook. From candles to pillows to rugs, this looks to be the perfect alternative to Bed, Bath, and Beyond for anyone who wants to support locally owned businesses.

ComTec Cloud in Vineland also made the Inc. list. It saw 79 percent growth over the last three years. This local tech support company offers cloud-hosting and internet connectivity services along with management of VoIP systems. They have been offering communication solutions for businesses since 1988.

Every year, Inc. lists businesses that are seeing the most growth. On this year’s Inc. 5000 List, there were 121 New Jersey businesses that had at least 74 percent growth over the last three years.

The 5,000 private companies on the list have had a phenomenal impact on the country’s economy with $358 billion in 2022 revenue and 1,187,266 jobs created. According to Inc., nowhere else will you find a list of companies with a greater impact on the U.S. economy.

Two other southern New Jersey business, among many, that landed on the list of 5,000 companies in the United States are:

• MudShare Marketing in Galloway, NJ saw a 747 percent growth over the last three years. If you’ve ever received one of those text alerts from a business or political campaign, chances are you got them thanks to MudShare—a marketing solutions company that specializes in using text messaging and targeted communications to engage with customers.

• RMG Erectors and Constructors in Sewell saw a 432 percent growth over the last three years. Specializing in metal buildings and pre-engineering, this company has the reputation for constructing more square footage of buildings annually than any other company in the United States.

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