Submittable Makes Inc. 5000 List of Fastest Growing Companies


Each year Inc. magazine names the nation’s 5,000 fastest-growing private companies, and this year they invited Submittable to the party.

Submittable was launched in 2010 by three creatives: a writer, a filmmaker, and a musician, who wanted to simplify the process of submitting their work.

Now, some 10,000 clients in 124 countries have used our platform to collect more than 6 million submissions—growth that, thanks to you, has helped us support a better product and team, and landed us on this Inc. 5000 list. We’re thrilled, and a little blown away, to be #1667 on a list that has included companies like Microsoft, Dell, Pandora, LinkedIn, Yelp, and Zillow.

We’re also one of only 13 companies from Montana on the list, and excited to prove it’s possible to build a thriving business from our headquarters in downtown Missoula. There are countless good reasons to be based here, like recently getting to take advantage of the Montana summer and spend an afternoon at Dunrovin Ranch with our colleagues and families, floating the river, singing karaoke, and riding horses.

Submittable’s team at Dunrovin Ranch

Submittable’s team at Dunrovin Ranch in Lolo, Mont., summer 2018.

What does this Inc. 5000 ranking mean for the future of Submittable?

We want our submission management software to engineer the best connections in the universe. That means everything from improving our submission details page to ensuring our platform is accessible to everyone (more on that coming soon!).

We’re working with organizations around the world doing amazing things, and we wouldn’t be on this list without your enthusiasm for what we’re creating. If you have a success story about using Submittable that you’d like to share, we’re collecting them here.

Thanks for making it possible.

Jolene Brink

Jolene Brink is part of the marketing team. Her experience with the platform dates back to 2011 when she used Submittable to submit her first poem. Over 150 submissions later, when she's not at the office, she continues to use Submittable for her creative work.