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Inc. Magazine's, "Inc. 500" Includes 3A/WorldWide As One Of The Fastest Growing Private Companies In America

The communications company earned the #175 placement on the list, positioning itself alongside well-known advertising and public relations agencies

MIAMI, Aug. 22, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Inc. Magazine placed the public relations, media buying and event management firm 3A/WorldWide on its "Inc. 500" list at the #175 spot as one of the fastest growing private companies in America. The company, which boasts more than 270 employees, was included due to its rapid 2,402.8 percent growth over the last three years.

"The rapid expansion of our business has allowed us to cross frontiers and has given us the opportunity to become the main bridge of communication for our customers, especially toward Latin American and international markets in general," says Edward De Valle II, Global CEO. "The efficient use of our resources, as well as our global reach, has allowed us to differentiate ourselves as a leader in advertising and public relations, in order to deliver the perfect mix of services for each of the markets in which we operate."

For more than 33 years, Inc. Magazine celebrates the work of established entrepreneurial companies in America by recognizing their growth on its exclusive "Inc. 500 " list. In order for companies to become a part of this elite list, they must have grown at least 942 percent since the beginning of 2011.

3A/WorldWide joins other major companies such as: Intuit, Zappos, Under Armour, Microsoft, Jamba Juice, Timberland, Clif Bar, Pandora, Patagonia and Oracle, among others. All candidates included on the list must have achieved growth of 3,313 percent in the last three years.

3A/WorldWide offers traditional and digital media planning and buying, full-service public relations, event and celebrity planning and management.

The full-service agency's major verticals include real estate, hospitality, fashion and technology, working with renowned global brands such as JetBlue Airways Corporation, Marriott International, New Zealand Board of Tourism, Olympus Corporation of the Americas, the Planet Hollywood brand, Procter & Gamble, Toyota Motor Corporation, LATAM Airlines Group, Armani/Casa, and Zanofi, among others

About 3A/Worldwide:
With more than $100 million in auditable billings and 270 global associates, 3A/Worldwide is the newest and largest independent, international media strategy and buying, digital solutions and public relations firm headquartered in Miami, Florida. With global hubs in Mexico, Brazil, Panama, Dominican Republic and Spain, 3A/WorldWide serves as a gateway into the international media marketplace, providing clients maximum exposure and unparalleled buying power in key emerging markets. 3A/Worldwide strategically executes an all-encompassing marketing mix across an integrated media platform customized to specific needs to ensure every client reaches its target consumers.

For more information, visit www.3AWorldwide.com or email [email protected].

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