Moore Continues Momentum with Successive Inc. 5000 Recognition

by | Aug 17, 2018

Moore, an integrated, full-service communications agency, was recognized on Inc. 5000 America’s Fastest Growing Companies list. The accomplishment marks the sixth time the award-winning firm has been recognized, including three times consecutively. Only six percent of the tens of thousands of companies that have applied to the Inc. 5000 list make it six times.

“Success can be measured in many ways – including speed and quickness of growth,” said Terrie Ard, APR, CPRC, President and COO of Moore. “The Inc. 5000 recognition is a consistent reminder that we are doing an incredible job meeting our goals for both ourselves and our clients. What is also equally thrilling is that our agency remains one of the best places to work. There is a delicate balance between growth and maintaining company culture—we are proud to be able to say we do both—and we do both incredibly well.”

Moore is based in Tallahassee and has three additional offices across three time zones, including West Palm Beach, New Orleans and Denver. The firm’s growth has elevated its presence statewide as well as nationally. Previously known as Moore Communications Group, Moore rebranded earlier this year in honor of its 25-year anniversary. The firm was founded by Karen Moore in 1992, and has evolved to offer a full suite of services, including advocacy work, comprehensive branding execution, innovative digital media campaigns and engaging multi-cultural marketing outreach.

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