World Amenities Makes Inc. 5000 List Along With Owner Paul Hodge Recognition in San Diego Under 40 Awards Program

USA, San Diego, California. August 24, 2021

World Amenities, Inc., a trusted global supplier of signature skincare brands and custom amenities, makes its first appearance on Inc. magazine's annual Inc. 5000 list based on three-year revenue growth of 51 percent.

The Inc. 5000 list represents a unique look at the most successful companies within the American economy's most dynamic segment--its independent small businesses. Ranked No. 4725, the San Diego-based firm was one of 27 travel and hospitality firms on the national list and the only hospitality company among San Diego's 107 companies on the Inc. 5000.

"The 2021 Inc. 5000 list feels like one of the most important rosters of companies ever compiled," says Scott Omelianuk, editor-in-chief of Inc. "Building one of the fastest-growing companies in America in any year is a remarkable achievement. Building one in the crisis we've lived through is just plain amazing. This kind of accomplishment comes with hard work, smart pivots, great leadership, and the help of a whole lot of people."

In addition to the 2021 Inc. 5000 recognition, World Amenities Owner / Managing Director Paul Hodge was honored as a finalist in the San Diego Business Journal's 40 NEXT Top Business Leaders Under Forty 2021. In the August 2 announcement, it reports more than 250 nominations were submitted. Honorees were chosen based on stringent executive leadership and community involvement criteria.

"World Amenities is thrilled to be recognized on Inc. magazine's Inc. 5000. It is a distinct honor and supports our commitment to our customers. In 2020 we pivoted to PPE sales-contributing to both saving lives and generating a 40 percent business revenue rescue," said Owner and Managing Director Paul Hodge. "In addition, I am grateful to the San Diego Business Journal for its annual ‘under forty' awards program that features the best-of-the-best young business leaders in our city. It was only with the support of my team at World Amenities that I met the criteria for the recognition."

The Inc. list represents a unique look at the most successful companies within the American economy's most dynamic segment-its independent small businesses. Intuit, Zappos, Under Armour, Microsoft, Patagonia, and many well-known names gained their first national exposure as honorees on the Inc. 5000.

According to the publisher, not only have the companies on the 2021 Inc. 5000 been very competitive within their markets, but this year's list also proved especially resilient and flexible given 2020's unprecedented challenges. Among the 5,000, the average median three-year growth rate soared to 543 percent, and median revenue reached $11.1 million. Together, those companies added more than 610,000 jobs over the past three years. Complete results of the Inc. 5000, including World Amenities company profile can be found at www.inc.com/inc5000.

To view World Amenities Inc. 5000 company profile, visit https://www.inc.com/profile/world-amenities.

To learn more about World Amenities, Inc., visit its website at https://www.worldamenities.com.


In 2020 WA pivoted to PPE sales—contributing to both saving lives and generating a 40% business revenue rescue.
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About World Amenities, Inc.

Business Contact:

Paul Hodge
Owner / Managing Director
World Amenities, Inc.
T: +1 323-681-4053
E: [email protected]
W: https://www.worldamenities.com

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