Middle Tennessee’s Fast50

by Jordan Redfearn | November 15, 2010

The Nashville Post featured cj in its annual look at Middle Tennessee’s companies on a roll, called the “Fast50.”

From start-ups gaining their financial legs to more established companies whose mature growth is remarkable, this collection of companies — big and small, highly profitable and increasingly profitable, full of dreams or realizing them — is perhaps best described as a list of “companies to watch.” –The Nashville Post

We were chosen based on various factors, like revenue, employee growth, growth over a number of years, growth compared to industry average, projected growth, projected pitfalls, among other things.

Here’s what they had to say about us:

“Honing in on an untapped advertising niche 15 years ago, Malham founded what’s now the largest full-service ad and marketing agency geared toward personal injury lawyers across the country. But the serial entrepreneur hasn’t stopped there — he created additional companies dedicated to serving the oft-derided profession. There’s Legal Intake Professionals, launched in 2000, which is a 24/7, 365 days-a-year specialized call center made up of 60 specialists dedicated to providing new case intake for injury lawyers in more than 100 firms across the nation.

Other business units under the Malham Leverage Group umbrella include Stuff4Lawyers and the EXPNetwork, which provide clients tools for competitive advantage in their markets. Med View Services employs registered nurses and legal nurse consultants to assist injury lawyers in more effectively and efficiently screening their medical malpractice cases.

cj Advertising’s goal is to build and represent the top 50 personal injury brands in the United States, and with over 30 firms in over 70 markets already in the fold, the company is well on its way.”

This post courtesy of the Nashville Post.