Derse Named To Deloitte’s 2020 Wisconsin 75 List For The 16th Year

Derse | December 11, 2020

Companies in Wisconsin’s private sector play a key role in powering the state’s economy and communities. They provide a stable foundation during challenging times, and are also an engine for growth and innovation.

That’s why Derse is proud to announce the company, once again, made Deloitte’s Wisconsin 75 ranking of the largest private companies in Wisconsin, based on sales revenue. This year, Derse ranks No. 66 on the list, up from No. 67 last year. Derse has been featured on the annual list 16 times.

Derse’s chief executive officer, Brett Haney, credits growth in existing markets, digital transformation, and driving a culture of open and transparent communication to the company’s accomplishment. He said, “Congratulations to all of this year’s Wisconsin 75 award winners. We’ve experienced a variety of challenges and changes in 2020. Our ability to meet and transform with those changes gives me optimism for Derse’s future. I’m proud to be included in this prestigious group of companies that fuel our state’s economy.”

“The Wisconsin 75 list recognizes the important role private companies play in the local economy. Comprised of some of the state's most recognizable brands and exciting emerging companies, these organizations demonstrate incredible leadership and when called upon, adapt to help guide our state through various obstacles," said Scott Wrobbel, U.S. central region leader and Wisconsin managing partner of Deloitte LLP.

About Deloitte’s 2020 Wisconsin 75

Deloitte’s annual Wisconsin 75 list salutes the largest privately-held Wisconsin-based companies. These companies play a key role in the state’s economy. Wisconsin 75 award winners are selected based on annual sales revenue.

To be eligible for Deloitte’s Wisconsin 75 recognition, companies must have a majority ownership by an individual(s), family, employee stock ownership plan, or private equity firm. Public companies are eligible when greater than 50 percent of the value or vote of the shares are owned by individuals, family, an employee stock ownership plan, or private equity. Additionally, companies must have annual sales revenue of at least $50 million. The Wisconsin 75 excludes cooperatives and accounting, tax, legal, and consulting service companies.

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