David Levinson, CrowdSource CFO, Wins St. Louis Business Journal’s CFO of the Year Award

The Saint Louis Business Journal honors David Levinson of CrowdSource as CFO of the year.

On Thursday, May 16, the Saint Louis Business Journal announced David Levinson, CrowdSource CFO, as its 2013 CFO of the Year Award recipient in the small corporate division (total revenue below $99.9 million). Levinson’s leadership and financial oversight contributed to CrowdSource’s 900 percent revenue growth in 2012. During this time, David also negotiated $12.5 million in Series A funding from Highland Capital Partners – the highest company valuation in the industry and the largest capital raise among its competitors – to continue expanding CrowdSource’s enterprise-level scalable content solutions. Continuing under David’s financial leadership, the company is forecasted to grow by another 600 percent in 2013.

“It’s truly an honor to win this award,” noted David Levinson. “Growing an industry-defining business like CrowdSource not only requires significant capital but also a tremendous team. This award is a great testament to the hard work and dedication of the entire CrowdSource team who works tirelessly to serve our clients and grow the company.”

David also performs a multitude of other financial duties, including: implementing a structured monthly reporting process, integrating Salesforce software and designing tools so the sales team can more accurately calculate customer pricing. In addition to the more traditional CFO roles, he also leads corporate development, legal, human resources and facilities management.

About CrowdSource
CrowdSource is the industry leader in a multi-billion dollar market, providing clients with on-demand access to a scalable workforce. CrowdSource specializes in content solutions for Fortune 500 online retailers, publishers and media companies. By using a distributed workforce, clients receive high-quality, cost-effective results at unprecedented speed.

CrowdSource is headquartered in St. Louis and backed by Highland Capital Partners.

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