Flackable Joins WeWork, Moves Philadelphia Headquarters

by | Feb 7, 2019

Flackable, a national, full-service public relations and digital marketing agency, has moved its headquarters to 1430 Walnut Street in Philadelphia. This location, a WeWork property, embraces innovation and productivity through modern amenities and collaborative workspaces, including living-room-style lounges and a roof deck designed for outdoor work and events.

Flackable, led by award-winning public relations strategist Brian Hart, joins the fast-growing, international WeWork community spanning 100 cities. WeWork, headquartered in New York City, offers shared workspaces and office services for entrepreneurs, freelancers, startups, small businesses and large enterprises.

“We now have the privacy of our own workspace along with shared space built for community and collaboration,” said Hart. “Combine this with our remote work flexibility, and we have a truly hybrid office setup, a model employers in our industry will eventually need to adapt if they want to adequately compete for and keep top creative talent.”

Earlier this year, Flackable announced the implementation of a student loan paydown benefit through Gradifi, a monthly repayment program designed to ease student debt among participating employees. In joining WeWork, the agency continues to recognize and accommodate the contemporary needs of public relations and digital marketing professionals.

“This move reflects our commitment to our clients and employees alike as we scale our service capabilities to support the market demand for a refreshing alternative to the traditional public relations model,” said Hart. “Through our relentless investments in talent, training and technology, we plan to continue building Flackable’s reputation as a top regional employer in our field.”

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