IRVINE, Calif., May 26 /PRNewswire/ -- Entrepreneurs in every town, city and state are seizing opportunities all around us to create incredibly impactful, relevant and innovative businesses. Nowhere is there a more clear demonstration of this than in Entrepreneur's June issue profiling 100 Companies to Watch in 10 vibrant areas of opportunity.
The 100 Companies to Watch are making their marks in areas as far-ranging as mobile technology, outsourcing, fitness and pets. Take the category of outsourcing with Ian Ippolito, who launched Rent A Coder, a site that connects businesses with a global freelance market of programmers. With more than $24.7 billion of outsourced contracts just in the fourth quarter of last year, Ippolito's business is brilliantly positioned to expand its existing 136,837 buyers.
In the area of seniors, even Florence Henderson is exercising her entrepreneurial muscle with FloH Club, her new tech service for—of course—seniors. Other businesses are uniquely answering growing demands and needs in domestic services, home improvement, handcrafted goods, health and fitness, value and green sectors.
"The 100 Companies to Watch is a look at flat-out brilliant businesses with bold concepts that will shape the future," says Amy Cosper, VP/editor in chief of Entrepreneur. "It's a powerful story for readers seeking markets with unsurpassed potential for new ventures, inspiration for additional product lines and services, and insight into how other entrepreneurs are establishing themselves within growing sectors."
To check out the 10 fast-growing categories for business and all 100 companies to watch within them, pick up the June issue of Entrepreneur on newsstands now or visit http://www.entrepreneur.com/magazine/entrepreneur/2010/june/206722.html.
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