WebiMax Declared as a Best Places To Work Recipient
John Borkowski, August 30, 2011
Kenneth C. Wisnefski, founder and CEO of WebiMax, the #1 rated search engine optimization firm in the United States, announced today that the company has been declared as a Best Places to Work award recipient by the Philadelphia Business Journal. The annual contest conducted by the Philadelphia Business Journal and co-sponsors selects businesses located in the greater Philadelphia area that have risen to the top of their industry and show strong corporate culture.
Participants were required to have 70% of their employees respond to a survey, providing feedback on the organization, its culture, core values, mission, vision, and other relevant areas.
Wisnefski, in a letter addressing his company, stated that “100% of our employees completed the survey, illustrating every one of us is passionate toward WebiMax and our long-term growth and success in our highly competitive industry of online marketing”. He further stated “the award was highly based off of the results of the employee survey, a clear statement that our employees value the quality of work they have and their morale toward WebiMax”.
2011 has been a dominate year for the SEO firm based in Mount Laurel, New Jersey. They completed an international expansion in March, increasing their total operations centers to 12 (8 domestic and 4 international). The expansion has given them the ability to enter emerging markets where quality online marketing services are in high demand. Already, the company has become the #1 rated SEO firm in Australia, and Canada. What's more, their 2011 revenue is projected to surpass $15 million, roughly a 600% increase from fiscal 2010.
“All of these accolades are the result of having the most talented and dedicated employees in the industry”, states Wisnefski. “Our enormous growth and success would not be possible if it weren’t for the 150 people that come to work every day at WebiMax committing themselves to performing above and beyond our expectations”, concludes Wisnefski.