Tempe, Ariz. – April 25, 2018 – Two co-founders of Higher Ed Growth (HEG), a leading full-service marketing agency specializing in post-secondary education, were named to the “Sun Devil 100 Class of 2018.” The Sun Devil 100 celebrates the achievements of Arizona State University alumni who own or lead innovative businesses across the globe. Sponsored by the ASU Alumni Association, award recipients represent “innovation, growth and the entrepreneurial spirit.”

 

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Sun Devil 100 Class of 2018 awards for CEO Frank Healy and COO Eric Flottmann.

 

CEO Frank Healy and COO Eric Flottmann, both of whom are ASU alumni, were amongst those honored at the Tempe campus induction ceremony on Wednesday, April 25, 2018. This is the second Sun Devil 100 nomination for Healy.

 

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COO Eric Flottmann and wife, Cindy Flottmann, with ASU’s Sparky.

 

To be considered for the Sun Devil 100, alumni must own or lead a company for a minimum of three years. The business must also generate revenues upward of $250,000 within a calendar year and operate in a manner consistent with the ASU Charter. Of those meeting these criteria, the ASU Alumni Association selects the top 100 fastest-growing companies for the yearly Sun Devil 100 list.

Founded in 2007, HEG’s growth has also earned it a spot on the Inc. 5000 list of the fastest-growing companies in the nation three times in recent years — 2014, 2015, 2016.

For a list of all honorees from the Sun Devil 100 – Class of 2018, visit https://alumni.asu.edu/sun-devil-100.

About the ASU Alumni Association – Sun Devil 100 List

Sun Devil 100 celebrates the achievements of Arizona State University alumni who own or lead successful, innovative businesses across the globe. Spanning industries and locations, ASU entrepreneurs possess a history of enterprise, vision and leadership. This special awards program was instituted to invite these innovative leaders back to campus for a celebration in their honor. The Sun Devil Class of 2018 is an elite group of talented business leaders who exemplify the spirit of ASU as the New American University. For more information on the ASU Alumni Association and the Sun Devil 100 Class of 2018, visit https://alumni.asu.edu/sun-devil-100.

About Higher Ed Growth

Higher Ed Growth (HEG) is a full-service marketing agency specializing in post-secondary education. HEG uses proprietary technology to deliver targeted enrollment leads to for-profit and non-profit education clients. In addition to lead generation, HEG offers inquiry management, white label software solutions, and compliance monitoring – with the ultimate goal of boosting enrollment and retention numbers for clients. Phoenix Business Journal named HEG as a Best Place to Work in 2015, 2016 and 2017. The company was also featured as an Inc. magazine Best Workplace 2017 and on its list of the 5,000 fastest-growing companies in 2014, 2015 and 2016. For more information, visit www.higheredgrowth.com.

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