Pricefixer, a company founded in Sarasota, Florida has been recognized in the Business Observer’s 2019 Top 500. Ranked at number 488, Pricefixer is also the newest company to be featured on the list, having been founded in 2016.
Each year the Business Observer spends seven months researching companies on the Gulf Coast to rank the top 500 companies from Tampa to Naples by their gross revenues.
“Pricefixer is proud to have been founded in Sarasota. We have already seen such large growth, with franchises from Sun City, Florida to as far away as Palm Springs, California, and we are looking forward to the future,” said President Terry Nicholson. “This is just the beginning. We continue to be an innovative company and look forward to continuing to grow in Sarasota, and throughout the country.”
“Every year we’re scouting for companies, new and old, and it’s always exciting to see who’s new to the list and how veterans of the list have changed over the past couple years,” says Kat Hughes, executive editor of the Business Observer. “Covering nine counties that each have thousands of companies, the Top 500 really has become a who’s who for leading firms in the region.”
Pricefixer was founded in Sarasota, FL in 2016 and has franchises throughout the country. The company is revolutionizing the way people shop for heating and cooling equipment. Pricefixer is proud to provide consumers the option of working with hometown technicians to get a new heating and cooling system, while saving thousands of dollars, thanks to the buying power of a national organization.
Utilizing technology and their knowledge of the industry, Founders Jim Abrams and Terry Nicholson brought consumers an online retail space where they could get an instant quote. There are no hidden costs or fees, and every system includes installations, better warranties, and lowest price guaranteed.
About the Top 500
The Top 500 is the most comprehensive list on the Gulf Coast by including companies in nine counties. The main list ranks the 500 largest companies by gross revenues for consistency and comparability.
Revenues are mostly self-reported by the companies, and do not include pass-through revenues for industries such as real estate, advertising agencies, or professional employer organizations.
In addition to revenues for 2017and 2018, the list provides other information on each company, including the number of full-time employees, the year founded or incorporated, the top executive, line of business and of course, valuable contact information.
Two digital versions of the lists are available for purchase on the Business Observer’s website at BusinessObserverFL.com/top-500.