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Brodeur Partners Named One of the 2017 Top Places to Work

by | Dec 6, 2017

Brodeur Partners, headquartered in Boston, has been named one of PRWeek’s 2017 Best Places To Work.

The title honors standout agencies and in-house communications departments across the US that are “moving company culture forward and fueling business success.” Brodeur was one of four winners in the midsize agency category (51-200 US staffers).

“If we had to pick one honor for our agency, this would be it,” said Brodeur CEO Andrea “Andy” Coville. “Nothing is more important than company culture because it means everything to the satisfaction of the professionals at Brodeur Partners who devote such a big part of their lives to our shared endeavor. And their satisfaction translates into excellent performance and big results for our clients, which is why we come to work every day.”

Brodeur was one of 14 organizations honored in four categories: Small Agency, Midsize Agency, Large Agency, and In-House.

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