Leading Digital Reputation Management Firm Moves To Larger Office
One year after opening its New York office, Status Labs, the worldwide leader in digital reputation management is moving its base operations to larger quarters. The move, to 1123 Broadway, is necessary to handle the growing staff. In the Flatiron section of Manhattan, the floor space occupied by Status Labs is fives times larger, in terms of square feet, than its prior location.
Darius Fisher, Status Labs President commented, “This year, we’ve already added four talented account management and business development professionals to our New York team.” “Our expanded staff fits comfortably in the new space, but, best of all, there’s plenty of room for us to continue growing the team.”
The firm indicated that it intends to bring more individuals on board by year’s end in account management and business development. Fisher stated he is proud of the team he has assembled at Status Labs and seeks to broaden the reach of the organization with its talent pool.
With its headquarters in Austin, Texas, Status Labs has offices in New York City, and São Paulo, Brazil. Regarded as the leading premier digital reputation management, Status Labs works with clients in developing a positive image or image management in online search results. The firm stresses the need for high-profile individuals, businesses, sports athletes, and entertainers to be cognizant of their image. A positive image puts their client in a more favorable economic position.
Status Labs manages its client’s public relations, indicating the need to keep a social dialog, in the internet age, with associates, colleagues, and the media, as a means to engage participation and spur sales. As search engine optimizing specialists, Status Labs works diligently to increase online exposure and establish high-ranking, search listing placement for its clients. High placement produces increased web traffic and sales.
With over 1500 clients worldwide, Status Labs is featured in the New York Times, New York Post, DuJour Magazine, and O’Dwyer PR. More information about Status Labs is on their website.