Pittsburgh, PA, July 03, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Beyond Spots & Dots has prepared for additional company growth, with an office expansion. The agency has spent nine years in Pittsburgh and has grown both in employee numbers and service offerings to accommodate the changing needs of its clients. As part of the expansion, Beyond Spots & Dots has taken over an additional floor of its Fifth Avenue location.
The additional floor of the office has been renovated to make room for the ever-growing agency team. The space reflects Beyond Spots & Dots’ company culture and dedication to fearlessness in advertising, marketing, branding, public relations and digital. Agency CEO, Andreas Beck, is pleased about the expansion. “2014 was a successful year during which we grew our business. The additional office space allows us to increase our capabilities and continue to provide our clients with the highest level of services. We're excited to be able to move into the new space, build on our success and grow our talented team.”
This increased space includes several additional offices and a conference room for client meetings, complete with a colorful paint scheme. Beyond Spots & Dots has also added a game room on the second floor with shuffleboard and bubble hockey.
About Beyond Spots & Dots
Established in 2006, Beyond Spots & Dots is a full-service advertising agency in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania that manages all facets of advertising and marketing. The agency offers public relations, corporate branding, creative design, social media management, web development and media planning/buying in addition to outdoor, online, TV, radio and print advertising. Beyond Spots & Dots also provides market research, search engine optimization, search engine marketing and video production services. Learn more at beyondspotsanddots.com.
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