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THE LSU 100

The LSU 100: Fastest Growing Tiger Businesses identifies, recognizes and celebrates the 100 fastest growing LSU-owned or LSU-led businesses in the world. NOMINATE      APPLY NOW

Since the inaugural LSU100 event in 2011, Louisiana State University enjoys welcoming home the LSU100 and LSU ROARING10 honorees each year. To view the archives of our previous events, please follow the links below.
  • 2020 LSU100 and ROARING10

    Goss Advisors was announced as the number one fastest growing company for the 2020 LSU 100. Alex Goss, Tiger Leader and Owner of Goss Advisors is a graduate of LSU’s E.J. Ourso College of Business.

    The LSU 100 Summit Award was awarded to the honoree company that earned the #1 ranking on the ROARING10 list by generating the highest revenue amount for the award period. The 2020 recipient was Lipsey’s, LLC.  Tiger Leaders for Lipsey’s LLC are, Richard Lipsey who graduated from LSU’s College of Humanties and Social Sciences and Mark Emonet who is a graduate of LSU’s E.J. Ourso College of Business.

    2020 LSU100 Honoree Company List

    2020 Roaring 10

  • 2019 LSU100 and LSU ROARING 10

    2019 Ranked LSU100 List

    2019 Roaring 10 Ranked List

    2019 Honorees were welcomed back to campus on November 22nd for the 9th Annual LSU 100: Fastest Growing Tiger Businesses and LSU ROARING10: Highest Revenue Generating Tiger Businesses Gala at L’Auberge Casino Hotel.

    Secure Shredding and Recycling was announced as the number one fastest growing company for the 2019 LSU 100. Jay Babb, Tiger Leader and Owner of Secure Shredding and Recycling is a graduate of the E.J. Ourso College of Business.

    The LSU 100 Summit Award was awarded to the honoree company that earned the #1 ranking on the ROARING10 list by generating the highest revenue amount for the award period. The 2019 recipient was Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers. Brad Sanders, Tiger Leader of Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers is a graduate of the LSU College of Art and Design.

  • 2018 LSU100 Gala

    2018 Honorees were welcomed back to campus on November 16th for the 8th Annual LSU 100: Fastest Growing Tiger Businesses Gala at L’Auberge Casino Hotel. Peachtree Tents and Events, LLC was announced as the number one fastest growing company for the 2018 LSU 100. Joe Freedman, Tiger Leader, serves as the company’s CEO and is a graduate of the E.J. Ourso College of Business. The LSU 100 Summit Award was awarded to the honoree company that generated the highest revenue amount for the award period. The 2018 recipient is Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers. Brad Sanders, Tiger Leader of Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers is a graduate of the LSU College of Art and Design. Ranked List 2018 Photos

  • 2017 LSU 100 Gala

    2017 Honorees were welcomed back to campus on October 5th for the 7th Annual LSU 100: Fastest Growing Tiger Businesses Gala at L’Auberge Casino Hotel. Franklin Associates was announced as the number one fastest growing company for the 2017 LSU 100. Perry Franklin, Tiger Leader, serves as the company’s  Founder and President and is a graduate of the E.J. Ourso College of Business. The LSU 100 Summit Award was awarded to the honoree company that generated the highest revenue amount for the award period. The 2017 recipient is Performance Contractors.  Art Favre, Tiger Leader of Performance Contractors is a graduate of the LSU College of Engineering. Ranked List 2017 Photos

  • 2016 LSU 100 Celebration

    2016 Honorees were welcomed back to campus on October 13 for the 6th annual LSU 100: Fastest Growing Businesses.   Read More

  • 2015 LSU 100 Celebration

    2015 Honorees were welcomed back to campus October 22 – 23 for the 5th annual LSU 100: Fastest Growing Businesses.   Read More

  • 2014 LSU 100 Celebration

    2014 Honorees were welcomed back to campus October 23 – 24 for the 4th annual LSU 100: Fastest Growing Businesses.   Read More

  • 2013 LSU 100 Celebration

    2013 Honorees were welcomed back to campus April 25-26, 2013 for the 3rd annual LSU 100: Fastest Growing Businesses. Below are several interesting facts about the 2013 class.

    • Honoree class years ranged from 1957 – 2010
    • Nine companies were owned by military veterans
    • Companies headquartered in nine states were honored in the 2013 LSU 100 — Arizona, California, Indiana, Louisiana, Mississippi, New York, South Carolina, Texas, and Virginia.

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  • 2012 LSU 100 Celebration

    2012 Honorees were welcomed back to campus March 22-23, 2012 for the 2nd annual LSU 100: Fastest Growing Tiger Businesses. Below are several interesting facts about the 2012 class.

    • Honoree class years ranged from 1957 to 2008
    • Nine LSU colleges produced the 2011 LSU 100 Honorees
    • Companies headquartered in eight states were honored in the 2012 LSU 100 – Colorado, Illinois, Louisiana, North Carolina, New York, Pennsylvania, Texas, and Virginia.

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  • 2011 LSU 100 Celebration

    2011 Honorees were welcomed back to campus April 7-8, 2011 for the inaugural LSU 100: Fastest Growing Tiger Businesses. Below are several interesting facts about the 2011 class.

    • Honoree class years ranged from 1947 to 2010
    • Nine LSU colleges produced the 2011 LSU 100 Honorees
    • Companies headquartered in five states and the District of Columbia were honored in the 2012 LSU 100 — Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Pennsylvania, Texas, and Washington DC.

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