Be Featured in Inc. Magazine

January 10, 2017

Jon Glass

Tech Leader

Corporate Managing Director, Savills Studley

DC/MD/VA Licensed Real Estate Salesperson

Call 202-540-5509

Do you think your office has some of the best perks/attributes in the DC area? If so, we are partnering with Inc. Magazine to uncover the top companies in DC metro region whose space embodies their unique culture & brand. The write up will be similar to Tom Popomaronislatest piece featuring the snazziest office spaces in Baltimore, which was very well received.

This can be a great way to showcase your office space as well as your organization in order to enhance your brand, further recruitment efforts and assist with overall retention. The cooler the perk(s) that makes your organization’s space unique, the better (they can be physical or non-physical attributes).

Here’s what we’ll need to get started:

  • Company name and address
  • A brief quote from an employee about the trait that makes your space/company unique
  • A few pictures of the space, specifically the perk that makes your office unique

As for timing:

  • Deadline for responses is February 3rd
  • Site visits will occur through February 17th
  • Finalists will be selected by February 28th
  • Article will go live early March

Please email me your submissions directly and spread the word to other companies, clients, friends, etc. that you believe should be considered.

Good luck!!!!

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