Fastest Growing Company 6-10 Years

Tamara Leibfarthg-Simply Thyme

Besides focusing on high-quality food and service, Simply Thyme also prides itself on its recent certification from Clark County Green Businesses.

“Anything and everything that can be composted, repurposed, reused, or recycled, we do it,” said Leibfarth. Her firm has also purchased 100 percent renewable energy since 2007 and is consistently involved in Share House and other community ministries.


Fastest Growing Company 6-10 Years finalist

Jeff Haverlack-Fantasy SportsFantasy Sports Enterprises LLC

Fantasy Sports Enterprises LLC is dedicated to the growing community of fantasy football players. Specifically, the company’s (DLF) website (founded in 2006) focuses on the Dynasty format of fantasy football, where a coach can retain his entire roster of players from one year to the next. The firm’s business model offers “premium content” for paying subscribers, while still offering free information and support for non-subscribers.

Fantasy Sports Enterprises has created a growing – and thriving — online community. Membership has grown from 2,182 forum members in 2012 to 2,300 subscribed members and 6,219 forum members in 2014. New developments at the company include a redesign of the Dynasty League Football site, making it more efficient and increasing ad revenue; a new subscription offering – a “developmental league” that focuses on college players – available later this year; and a new player ranking engine that will eventually include player profiles, more statistics and analytics.

Jeff Haverlack, chief operations officer, said the business model of offering both free and subscribed fantasy content “has been working really well for us. We’re continuing to bring on some of the best fantasy writers in the sport – we published 1,000-plus articles over the last year.”

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