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Nelson Named #28 on the NorthBay biz Top 500 List

Posted On03/29/2018

ContributorTracy Fischer

List Honors Top North Bay Companies

With five offices throughout Marin, Napa, and Sonoma counties, Nelson is not only one of the top employers in the North Bay but also one of the top revenue-generating companies in the region. In the recent NorthBay biz 500 issue, which lists the 500 top North Bay companies by revenue, Nelson was selected in the 28th spot. This ranking represents the highest of any North Bay staffing company in 2018, with no other staffing companies cracking the top 100. It also represents five years of steady growth for the Sonoma-headquartered Nelson.

“We are pleased to be included within the top 30 businesses in the North Bay on this year’s NorthBay biz 500 list,” said Joe Madigan, Nelson’s chief executive officer. “The North Bay is where our company was founded, and it’s where many of our internal employees, contract employees, and company partners are proud to call home. To be named in this list alongside such other prominent top North Bay companies is a true honor.”

This year’s NorthBay biz 500 list was compiled from submissions from throughout the North Bay. Top North Bay companies to also make this year’s list include  Keysight Technologies, Medtronic Vascular, Restoration Hardware, Autodesk, and BioMarin Pharmaceutical, among many others.

See the full list on the NorthBay biz website.

About NorthBay biz magazine

NorthBay biz magazine is a monthly business-to-business publication covering Napa, Sonoma and Marin counties. This year, the magazine is celebrating 43 years of continuous operation. It originally hit the stands in 1975, when it was called Sonoma Business, and only covered Sonoma County. The magazine is committed to fresh ideas, supporting the vitality of the region and the overall pursuit of publishing excellence, including responsible reporting; in-depth analysis; top-notch, original, local coverage; and a dedication to serving the best business interests of the community. It publishes 16 issues annually (12 monthly and four bonus issues).