ORLANDO, Fla. November 1, 2023 -- Inc. Magazine recognized Mass Virtual as an Inc. 5000 company for 2023. The Inc. 5000 list includes the fastest-growing private companies in the country. Industries recognize placement on Inc.’s list as acknowledgement of American companies that are among the most successful firms in the independent small business segment of our economy.
“This is an awesome milestone, and I’m incredibly proud of the hard work our team has done to receive this honor,” said John Brooks, Mass Virtual founder and CEO. “Developing the training that improves our warfighters’ edge to meet near-peer challenges is a serious business, and this recognition shows that we’re serious contenders in the modeling, simulation and training space. I look forward to continued growth to stay on this list in the future.”
Inclusion on the Inc. 5000 list for 2023 was determined by a company’s three-year growth from 2019 to 2022. Mass Virtual’s incredible 498% growth over that time placed it in the top 25% of the list.
In addition to its place on the Inc. 5000 list, Mass Virtual was also honored in June as one of Orlando Business Journal’s “Best Places to Work.” The OBJ’s award recognizes Central Florida businesses that provide enjoyable and meaningful work environments for employees. “Recognized continued growth while remaining one of the community’s best places to work is no accident,” said Mike Peeler, Mass Virtual’s Director of Communications. “This entire team is dedicated to delivering the best training solutions to our customers; we are proud of what we do and who we are.”
About Mass Virtual: As a leader in the extended reality community for more than a decade, Mass Virtual is redefining XR learning with true-to-life virtual experiences through its efficient, safe, and effective memorable XR solutions. Virtual Hangar™, designed and developed by Mass Virtual in partnership with the U.S. Air Force, is the Air Force’s enterprise training program used at more than 83 joint force locations worldwide that includes an ever-expanding collection of 40 aircraft and ground vehicle platforms.