Washingtonian Selects W2 Communications, tech PR agency as a “Great Place to Work”
October 25, 2011
FAIRFAX, Va. – W2 Communications, a leading tech PR agency focused on creating awareness and credibility campaigns for information technology companies, today announced that it has received an honorable mention in the November 2011 issue of Washingtonian Magazine’s "50 Great Places to Work" awards. Recipients were selected based on challenging and interesting work, positive work-life balance, opportunities to learn and grow, financial stability, commitment to charity and community and recognition and respect given to employees.
Founded in 2003 by principals Tony Welz and Evan Weisel, the tech PR agency has become one of the Washington, D.C area’s most reputable and innovative technology PR companies supporting both start-ups and established, publicly-traded companies. W2 Communications serves companies located across the country that require strategic communications expertise in both commercial and government markets. The firm provides integrated communication services to its clients including traditional technology public relations, social media, content creation, special event support as well as thought leadership campaigns.
"We are proud to receive this recognition as one of the ‘Great Places to Work’ in the greater Washington D.C./Virginia region," said Evan Weisel, principal, W2 Communications. "For nearly a decade, we have focused on building a tech PR agency that provides exceptional support to our clients, and offers a respected and rewarding workplace for our employees; all while taking an active role in the community. This award is a reflection of our vision to recruit, retain and reward our employees who have helped make us what we are today."
W2 Communications provides its employees with the best possible benefits available, plays an active role in the community and delivers clients with best-in-class tech PR communications services that generate long-term relationships. The tech PR company is particularly proud of its annual charity race, "Run! Geek! Run!" which has raised a total of more than $50,000 in cash and technology donations. Since 2007, W2 Communications employees have organized the annual run that pulls together the area’s top runners and tech community for a terrific cause, the Equal Footing Foundation. This year, the September event drew more than 600 runners.
Published every other year, the November 2011 issue of the Washingtonian marks the seventh "50 Great Places to Work" list. After reviewing more than 200 companies and 13,000 employee surveys, a panel of editors and writers selected 50 winning workplaces and 12 honorable mentions.
About W2 Communications
W2 Communications, a leading tech PR agency is focused on creating proactive, ongoing communications campaigns that yield measurable results for clients in the business-to-business and business-to-government high-technology marketplaces. The firm helps launch, build and sustain communications programs for both privately-held and publicly-traded companies. The W2 Communications team is aggressive, strategic and proactive, ensuring its clients achieve business goals and capture market visibility and market share. For more information, visit www.w2comm.com or call 703-218-3555 and connect with us via: Facebook, LinkedIn or Twitter (@W2Comm).