WAVE Expands to Washington D.C.
It’s summertime. Most people let their foot off the gas, pack their luggage and cruise themselves to their respective vacation destinations. But at WAVE, a premier sales and marketing firm, the growth doesn’t stop no matter what time of the year it is or what others are doing around them.
WAVE has announced that they will be expanding their offices and services to the capital of the United States of America, Washington D.C during the summer. The company has already gained multiple renown clients such as Comcast Xfinity, Direct Energy, and Sprint, and are additionally negotiating services with several non-profit organizations in the District of Columbia.
For WAVE, growth and expansion is key to success. The company’s ideology is to work efficiently and expanding resources as needed, extracting the best out of all of their resources instead of constantly stretching existing ones. The new office in Washington D.C. aims to do just that.
Marketing is generally divided into two overlaying categories, direct marketing, and indirect marketing. Here at WAVE, the company tries to provide services through a different approach, utilizing a combination of the two marketing styles to participate in the integrated marketing category.
The primary goal is to build and maintain positive consumer relationships with the consumers of their clientele. WAVE plans to do this through face-to-face marketing campaigns, speaking one-on-one with the consumers, partaking in community events where they help their clients with pop-up shops, as well as maintaining an online presence alongside.
The expansion sprouts from the success WAVE has had in the state of Texas in addition to the 15 locations across the United States. Where ever WAVE is located, the company has grown with the surrounding community, as seen in the headquarters’ project to aid victims of Hurricane Harvey in Houston.
WAVE prides itself on its growth and expansionary mindset and cannot wait to expand its services and helping the community surrounding the city of Washington D.C.