Virtual Office Provider Davinci Virtual's Revenue Surpasses 10 Million
Davinci Virtual, a provider of global virtual office solutions, announced that its revenue grew to more than 10 million in the last five years.
Ever since it launched its services in 2006, the number of employees at the company increased to more than 100 people. Davinci Virtual contributes its growth and success in part to the company's culture.
Katie Fronk, a key manager with the company for several years, has been promoted to a position titled the Culture Fairy. Fronk's responsibility is to ensure a great company culture and complete employee happiness.
She implemented several initiatives including: an organic garden club, an after-hours employee education program, childcare and gym membership discounts, a sponsored weightwatcher program for employees, team building events, a library, game rooms, free healthy snacks and fruit, employee initiated community support / giving efforts, a company newsletter and much more.
"Our employees are our absolute greatest asset," said Bill Grodnik, CEO of Davinci Virtual, in a statement. "It is critical that we create a work environment where every single team member is happy, healthy and has the tools to succeed in their career as well as in life."
Davinci Virtual provides virtual office solutions to over 8,000 companies and entrepreneurs in the U.S., Canada, Europe, Central America, Asia and Australia. The company also offers over 850 virtual office locations including virtual offices in New York, virtual offices in Las Vegas, virtual offices Beverly Hills, San Francisco virtual offices, and any other metropolitan area throughout the world.
Recently, Davinci Virtual announced the launch of a national advertising campaign on Sirius XM Radio. Through these radio ads, Davinci is promoting its turnkey Virtual Office Solutions that are combined with an exclusive offer for listeners. Sirius XM Radio is airing commercials during drive time hours onESPN (News - Alert) and CNBC from coast to coast.
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Edited by Jamie Epstein