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Every year in business is worth celebrating. This September – our 28th anniversary – is especially notable: We’re now located in the heart of our Boston hometown, at the red-hot center of its technology and start-up core.
Our new digs: 745 Atlantic Avenue.
We had a great run in Newton. This new location brings the energy and collaboration that defines success in a world of teams, while inserting us directly into the hub of experts across sales, demand gen, marketing, media, graphics, video and events. It’s also an easy walk or short mass transit commute for our team – many of whom don’t see the point of owning a car.
In fact, our team helped drive this move – literally. Even before moving day, our team influenced where we’d go, and how quickly we’d move. In our annual employee happiness survey earlier this summer, it was clear: Every respondent said he or she is extremely engaged by the work we do, but they’d like the benefits a global shared workspace like WeWork provides – easy networking, spontaneous training and even access to work spaces worldwide. This last bit is kind of cool and also important, because more than half of our clients have offices in Europe and Asia. As proud members of Worldcom, the world’s largest partnership of independently owned PR firms, we have an outstanding network of teams to call on. And now, with our global access to WeWork, we have additional resources wherever teams finds themselves.
We’re thrilled by the company we’re keeping right here in Boston – hundreds of the coolest new ventures, alongside established companies like ours. If there’s one thing that has always held true, it’s that change is the lifeblood of staying relevant and leading our clients. We’re very glad to be here – please come visit the next time you’re downtown. There’s a great coffee place downstairs (and free beer on tap).