MacGyver of metalworking: Agritek Inc.

Agritek inc. adds value for its customers by creating unique designs and production processes that increase quality while reducing costs.

Beach blanket entrepreneurship: Synergy Billing

Thirty-three-year-old Jayson Meyer has spent more than half his life as an entrepreneur. Today as CEO of Synergy Billing, he’s helping community health centers across the country increase their revenue — and boosting Daytona Beach’s entrepreneurial ecosystem.

Making a difference in home care: Care N Assist

Michigan entrepreneur Dan Story brings a unique perspective to in-home care.

For good measure: A+ Corporation

A designer and manufacturer of analytical sampling systems, A+ Corporation LLC in Gonzales, Louisiana, has a long track record of innovation with 29 current patents and another 10 pending.

Helping schools take big leaps: LEAN Frog

Leveraging Lean Six Sigma, LEAN Frog helps public school systems save money while increasing the value of services they offer students, parents, staff and the community.

On the same wavelength: Von Technologies

A rising star in the crowded telecommunications cosmos, Von Technologies LLC ranked 17th on this year’s list of the 50 Fastest Growing Women-Owned/Led Companies released by the Women Presidents’ Organization (WPO) and American Express Global Corporate Payments.

Green, clean dynasty: Jelmar LLC

A manufacturer of cleaning products, Jelmar LLC was one of six U.S. formulators-manufacturers to win the 2015 Environmental Protection Agency’s Safer Choice Partner of the Year award in June.

No Risky Business: PlusOne Solutions

A pioneer of contractor compliance, Orlando-based PlusOne Solutions Inc. helps companies provide exceptional customer service by making sure outsourced workers are squeaky clean — not only in terms of qualifications but also in their ability to provide a safe environment.

Second-stage survival story: Marshall Plastic Film

A manufacturer of blown film, bags and liners used for packaging industrial products, Marshall Plastic Film traces its roots back to 1972. In 2000 the company was sold to Plassein International Corp., which filed for bankruptcy just three years later.