Mt. Laurel, New Jersey, June 14, 2011 — Kenneth C. Wisnefski, founder and CEO of WebiMax, announced today, that “on July 1, 2011, WebiMax will be moving our U.S. based headquarters to a 24,000 square foot operations center located in Mount Laurel, NJ”. The operations center is set to house up to 300 employees by the end of 2012.
This move not only signals the explosive growth that the company has been experiencing in 2011, it also reaffirms the vision of the company, outlined by serial web Entrepreneur Ken Wisnefski when he founded the company in 2008.
“I founded WebiMax on the core principle that I would create a company that would truly help our clients grow their businesses by working with them more as a strategic partner than merely an outsourced vendor”, stated Wisnefski. “In 2008, I envisioned that company to one day become the “gold standard” in online marketing”.
WebiMax’s first office was a mere 6,000 square feet. While they’ve grown their client-base to 500+ and increased revenue 750% from fiscal 2010, the need to move to a larger operations center has become quite clear.
“With our rapid growth (tripling our workforce from 2010), we’ve severely outgrown our first office”, states Wisnefski. “For the past 3 months, we’ve had 4 Vice Presidents in the same office, employees working from home, and staggering lunch breaks to allow everyone access to our phone systems”.
The new operations center will feature an improved work-space environment, allowing teams to sit together, producing even more productivity. In addition to executives and senior-level management having state-of-the art offices, several private offices called “pods” will also be available for anyone who requires the use of private client calls.
“This move marks yet another milestone in the story of WebiMax, from what started as a 4-person start-up in 2008, to an internationally recognized company operating in 5 different countries and staffing over 150 personnel, in 2011”, concludes Wisnefski.
The move will take place throughout the month of July and expects to be completed by August 1, 2011.