Kalisher named in top 25 percent of Inc. magazine’s 5,000 fastest-growing companies

Kalisher, a provider of hospitality art, was named in the top 25 percent of Inc. magazine’s 5000 fastest-growing privately-held companies.

In addition to being ranked in the top quarter of the Inc. 5,000, Kalisher captured spot number 20 out of all media companies on the list, in the ranks with Refinery29, Thrillist Media Group, Livestream, PureWow and others.

“I attribute our growth to our great clients,” Jesse Kalisher said. ”We’re artists who come to work every day determined to curate and create the best possible art package for each project. But without our clients and without their willingness to trust us and to let us create new work from the heart, every day, none of this would exist.”

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Kalisher was created by artists. Founded by Kalisher, a fine art photographer, and his wife, Helen, a graduate of the Chelsea College of Art and Design in London, the company creates, curates and commissions custom art for the hospitality and healthcare industries, from rooms to public spaces. Under Kalisher’s leadership, Kalisher (the company) produces a range of art, from prints and paintings to sculptures and light installations, among others.

One of the properties that benefited from Kalisher, Hard Rock Hotel Panama 

 

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