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Brazos Valley Companies Earn High Marks at State Awards

A 2019 list of leading companies in the State of Texas has been announced, and it includes six based in the Brazos Valley.
The six were among 100 recognized in this year’s Best Companies to Work for in Texas. The annual honors are from Best Companies Group in conjunction with the Texas Association of Business, the Texas Society for Human Resource Management and Texas Monthly magazine.
K2Share, a College Station-based IT company with 63 employees serving more than 4,500 clients, earned the top honor among Texas businesses with between 15 and 99 U.S. employees. K2Share finished sixth among small companies in the 2018 rankings.
Also in the top ten in that category in 2019 was software provider Frogslayer, which placed eighth after finishing 16th the previous year. Software consulting firm CAPSHER Technology placed ninth, rising from the 25th spot in 2018. From the real estate industry, University Title Company returned to the list, finishing 15th in the rankings in 2019.
Among companies with between 100 and 499 employees, home construction company Stylecraft Builders placed 12th. Sports nutrition company Nutrabolt placed 20th, up two spots from the previous year.
Check out the 2019 winners publication for write-ups on each of the companies and what makes their workplaces special.
"The Brazos Valley is an outstanding place to work and live, and the recognition these companies have received once more shines a light on that fact. We send our congratulations to their teams on these honors," said Matt Prochaska, President/CEO of the Brazos Valley Economic Development Corporation.
As an independent research firm, Best Companies Group identifies and recognizes outstanding work environments in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom and beyond. Texas companies which enter the statewide survey competition receive employee feedback reports, along with employee and employer benchmarks for the state. Winners are published in Texas Monthly.