Readers Note Firm’s 15-Year Commitment to Excellence, Hard Work, and Creating Regional Jobs
ProActive Communications was ranked fourth on the Washington Post’s list of 200 Regional Companies of Importance.
“This selection as number four among the top 200 Regional Companies of Importance by Washington Post readers is a true honor to be shared by all of the professionals on the ProActive team,” said ProActive Communications Founder and President, Mark Serrano. “This year has marked a new pinnacle for the business. We celebrated our 15th Anniversary of providing expert public affairs, media relations, and strategic and crisis communications services. We also established ProActive Digital, a new practice that formalizes our digital public relations and online communications services, including professional video productions, content development and online advocacy platforms, and new and social media programs, among others.”
To celebrate its 15th Anniversary in business, ProActive recently launched a new company website featuring a promotional video titled, “Meet ProActive Communications,” which provides a view into the company’s business philosophy, service offerings and professional talent.
Below are quotes from two Washington Post readers who nominated ProActive Communications:
“They deliver the goods quickly and without excuses and baloney.”
“After 15 years in business, ProActive has effectively served the local economy, providing expert businesses development assistance to local companies and creating jobs for local residents.”
More about the nomination can be found on the Washington Post’s Capital Business website.