Warschawski, a full-service advertising, marketing, digital, public relations, branding, web design, VR/AR, creative and crisis communications agency, announced that it is continuing to expand its presence in the Mid-Atlantic region with the opening of a new office in Washington D.C.
Warschawski’s Washington D.C. location will serve as a space to host clients and team members for the quickly expanding agency. Bringing the firm closer to some of the key players in the country’s business and political landscape, the move positions Warschawski for continued growth and expansion in the region.
The new office, located at 20 F Street, 7th Floor, Washington, DC 20001, features a collaborative and flexible work environment with high-tech conference rooms and contemporary finishes. The office in Washington D.C. will be the firm’s third location. Warschawski recently renovated its flagship office in Baltimore and opened an office in Manhattan’s Herald Square neighborhood.
“We are thrilled to keep growing our footprint in the Mid-Atlantic and are eager to make our mark on our nation’s capital,” said David Warschawski, CEO of Warschawski. “2018 has been an exciting year filled with tremendous growth for our agency. We look forward to continued success in our newest space, and how this strategic move will help us further grow our client roster and attract talent at the highest caliber.”
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