Crisp Earns Pacesetter Award for 6th Straight Year

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ATLANTA — April 23, 2021 — For the sixth consecutive year, Atlanta Business Chronicle has named Crisp Video as a recipient of the Pacesetter Awards.

The Pacesetter Awards recognize 100 companies who have achieved the highest levels of growth in Atlanta. To qualify, a company must be privately-held and based in metro-Atlanta. Additionally, they must have been established in Q1 2018 or earlier (in order to measure two years of growth), experienced a two-year revenue growth of more than 50%, and must have hit 2020 revenues between $1 million and $300 million.

Crisp Video was named the 69th highest growing company in Atlanta in 2020. This is the company’s sixth straight year making the cut, and the future only looks brighter.

Crisp is a video marketing and law firm coaching company who believes that the best cases should go to the best attorneys, rather than the best marketers. We strive to close the gap so that both can be true. Our mission is to help 1,000 law firms each grow their revenues by $1 million each over the next five years.

Founder and CEO Michael Mogill started Crisp in his apartment in 2012 with only $500 to his name. Since then, the company has grown astronomically, hitting seven figures in revenue and over 200% growth each year. All of this was done without any outside investments.

“We’ve simply stuck with our core values and company standards,” Mogill explains, “and that has paid off time and time again”
Crisp has always maintained a “better than yesterday” perspective and believes that “pressure is a privilege.”

“It’s this mindset of constantly improving and always hustling that allows us to crush our goals every year,” says Mogill. “We’re honored to be part of the 25th Pacesetters Awards among such disruptive and innovative companies.”

Mogill has no plans to slow down: “If you thought our 2020 was impressive, just wait until you see what we pull off in 2021.”