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Gongos, Inc. Named to "New" AMA Gold Top 50 Report

Company's 2013 Revenues Result in Climb on Research Industry List & Indicate Global Growth

AUBURN HILLS, MI -- (Marketwired) -- 07/28/14 -- Gongos, Inc. has been named a Gold Top 50 U.S. market research organization, as published in the 41st annual business report of Marketing News -- an American Marketing Association publication. Based on 2013 gross revenues, Gongos, Inc. ranks as the 43rd organization in the U.S., climbing from 44th last year. This is the seventh consecutive year the company has surfaced on the list since the company was founded in 1991.

Gongos has sustained a consistent level of organic growth, with a 12.9% overall increase in revenues since 2012, working with top-tier companies including Coca-Cola, Johnson & Johnson, Chase and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. Additionally, while not calculated in the revenues included in this ranking, Gongos' non-U.S. revenues increased by 6.9%.

The company remains committed to addressing its clients' ongoing business challenges by continuing to offer new complementary approaches to consumer-centric intelligence such as with O2 Integrated, its data science as a service business unit launched in early 2013.

"We are developing our business units to provide new value paths for our clients," says Camille Nicita, president & CEO. "Yet together our services heighten consumer wisdom to ultimately enrich organizations' possibilities, outcomes and bottom-line approaches."

The "Top 50 U.S. Market Research Ranking and Review" is a report published by the American Marketing Association (AMA), North America's largest professional marketing association, and Inside Research®, a one-source authoritative report founded in 1990 by Jack Honomichl, the leading market research industry authority. Following Honomichl's death in December 2013, research industry veteran Laurence E. Gold has been named his successor, for whom this report has been renamed after.

Gongos' approach to decision intelligence supports Global 1000 companies. Fusing technology with custom research and insights curation, Gongos offers clients multiple levels of engagement to address their ongoing business challenges. Serving the consumer products, retail, financial services, transportation and technology spaces, Gongos combines innovative and foundational approaches to primary research and market intelligence.

The company's primary research division, Gongos Research, partners with corporate research and insights teams on initiatives spanning the entire product and marketing life cycle. O₂ Integrated, its data sciences business unit, harmonizes enterprise and research knowledge through consultative relationships. The company thrives on developing techniques to shape purposeful stories that can be readily socialized within client organizations.

Gongos works with companies such as Hallmark Cards, Mars-Wrigley, Visa, GM and OnStar. In 2007, the company was first named to the Inc. 5000 list of "The Fastest Growing Companies in America." For further insight into the Gongos culture, visit gongos.com or facebook.com.

Contact:
Jennifer Yu
Coordinator, Marketing & Industry Engagement
Gongos, Inc.
243.239.7060
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Susan Scarlet
Vice President, Strategic Branding
Gongos, Inc.
248.239.2381
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