The Fast Growth of Waiakea Water

A new brand of bottled water has been making headlines lately. Waiakea Water is a brand of bottled water sourced from the volcanic islands of Hawaii. The water, obtained near the active volcanoes in the island state, is reported to be rich in minerals. The product has hit the grocery store shelves a few years ago, and since then, it been an instant hit. Many people are giving positive feedback to Waiakea Water because it has a distinct, delicious taste, and at the same time, the health benefits it provides are tremendous.

Waiakea Water has been named as one of the fastest growing companies in the United States. They have been ranked in the 414th place, out of all the 5000 companies that were analyzed by the Annually, Inc. Magazine. The company was analyzed for three years, and their ranking was based on the revenue that they made in a span of three years. Waiakea Water is also included in the more exclusive top 500 list, and they are joined by global power houses like Microsoft and GoPro. Since 2014, the growth rate of Waiakea Water was an astounding 1059.3%, and the chief executive officer of the company, Ryan Emmons, thanked the consumers who are continually supporting their brand. According to him, it has been a dream for Waiakea Water to be included in the elite group of top performing companies, and now, it is happening right before his eyes. He also added that the public must expect more innovation from their company, and more quality products are already being considered.

Waiakea Water’s inclusion in the coveted circle is a proof that there are so many ways in order to make a business successful. One factor of the company’s success was its social responsibility. For every bottle of Waiakea Water purchased, a small percentage of the sales are being donated to a non-government organization called Pump Aid. They help to deliver water in poor, African countries. Their current focus is the landlocked country of Malawi, and through the donation made by Waiakea Water, the people of Malawi is receiving water which is vital for their health.