Beyond Spots & Dots Completes Office Expansion
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Pittsburgh advertising agency Beyond Spots & Dots has completed its office expansion project at their current downtown location.
As a result of the success and growth of the agency, Beyond Spots & Dots has expanded onto a third floor in their Fifth Avenue building. Less than three years ago, the Beyond Spots & Dots office only consisted of one of those floors. This additional office space includes storage rooms, eight offices, and a state-of-the-art conference room. This new space also allows for the hiring of more employees and interns.
“We are thankful that in a time when some businesses have had to close their doors, we have seen the growth making it possible for us to expand. This additional space will allow us to continue to make a mark in the advertising industry both locally and nationally,” said Melanie Querry, Beyond Spots & Dots President.
About Beyond Spots & Dots
Beyond Spots & Dots is a full-service advertising agency in Pittsburgh that manages all aspects of advertising and marketing, including branding, PR, corporate branding, creative design, social media management, Web development, outdoor, online, TV, radio, and print media planning and buying. Beyond Spots & Dots also provides additional services, such as market research, search engine optimization, search engine marketing, video production, and event planning.
Last summer, Inc. magazine included Beyond Spots & Dots in its 2012 "Inc. 5000" list as the 174th fastest-growing private marketing firm in the nation. In 2012, Beyond Spots & Dots was named the 23rd fastest-growing company in Pittsburgh by the Pittsburgh Business Times. Beyond Spots & Dots is currently ranked as the 16th largest advertising/PR firm in Pittsburgh, according to the Pittsburgh Business Times.
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