Alloy, an award-winning tech PR agency at the epicenter of the future of PR, announced that it has expanded from co-working space to approximately 1,000 square feet in historic uptown New Orleans. The relocation of its second office comes shortly after the company more than tripled the size of its headquarters in Atlanta, moving into 7,300 square feet in the BB&T Tower in Atlantic Station.
“This week marks eight years since our agency was born out of my (tiny) dining room in Atlanta. From there, we opened our New Orleans office in a local co-working space, which we called home the past seven years,” said Alloy's CEO Anna Ruth Williams. We’re excited to have a space of our own as we simultaneously welcome new clients and hires to the ARPR family.”
The new office space will support the agency’s projected growth in the second half of the year while providing an environment for its employees to continue to push the limits of what a PR firm can achieve. The new, collaborative workspace offers outdoor workspaces, a private conference room, an abundance of soft seating and natural lighting and an improved layout that will help with both solo and team work.
“Every element of the ARPR brand is strategically crafted to align with our culture and commitment to both employees and clients,” said Blair Broussard, ARPR’s Chief Operations and People Officer. “Members of our Uncommon Crew have missed each other during COVID-19, but the new street-level office is spacious enough that our Louisiana team can safely work on a flexible schedule and get their (masked) facetime fix!”
To learn more about Alloy client roster, marketing services and to view our job openings, visit http://www.alloycrew.com.