For the 5th time, TribalVision has been selected as a winner of Providence Business News’ Rhode Island Best Places to Work. This year’s honor represents the 2nd consecutive midsize employer PBN Best Places to Work award for TribalVision.
The companies competing for the award were judged based on confidential employee surveys and management reports compiled by the Best Companies Group. Surveys included an evaluation of satisfaction with management, employment benefits and policies, and work/life satisfaction. 60 companies received the award across four employee count categories.
“As TribalVision grows, we remain focused on creating an environment where every employee feels engaged, valued and supported,” said TribalVision Managing Partner, Chris Ciunci, “and we will continue to invest in our employees, as in the end, they are the real product.”
Senior Marketing Manager Matt Vick stated: “So much of what we do is measured by the work we produce—it’s awards like this that put the spotlight back on the people behind the end results. This is a victory lap for the investments we make in one another. It celebrates the unique qualities that make us “us,” and I hope it encourages more talented people to consider becoming a part of our team.”
The Best Places to Work awards ceremony will be held on Thursday, June 13 at the Crowne Plaza Garden Pavilion at the Crowne Plaza Providence-Warwick in Warwick, Rhode Island. If you’re interested in attending, visit the PBN Events page.
As an outsourced marketing department for hire, TribalVision’s mission is to help organizations grow. This is achieved by combining intelligent strategy with tactical execution in a hands-on, results-driven manner. TribalVision utilizes its clients’ marketing budgets as efficiently and intelligently as possible—ensuring that each dollar spent maximizes awareness and generates new business. TribalVision’s unique marketing model is designed to fully align interests with client outcomes—guaranteeing an objective, client-first partnership. This is demonstrated in the firm’s fee-based compensation structure, “roll up your sleeves” mindset, metrics-driven approach, and role as a trusted marketing resource tasked to help navigate organizations to higher grounds. To learn more, visit www.TribalVision.com.
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