Accella Named in Baltimore magazine’s “Best Places To Work” article

January 20th, 2011

Accella Named in Baltimore magazine's Best Places to WorkA few months back we were named by the Baltimore Business Journal as one of the Best Places to Work, it looks like they are not the only ones to think so. In February’s edition of Baltimore magazine, which is on news stands today, Accella was listed in their Article naming the best places to work around Baltimore.

While working in Baltimore is certainly not a requirement as our employees work from home, there are quite a number of us that work in the greater Baltimore area.

I was talking with Jason, our CEO, the other day at our Holiday Party about how this dynamic of having a group of individuals working remotely works surprisingly well. We are both huge proponents of working from home, which surprised me a bit as that was a big hesitation before joining Accella. Though the ability to focus on a task at hand without the constant distractions that are found in most office settings is stunning to say the least.

After working at home for the past year, I’m not sure that a transition back to a “corporate” atmosphere would be an easy one.

Jon Stroz

Jon Stroz is a marketing guru, mostly in online marketing strategies and brand management. After graduating from Towson University with a degree in Advertising and Public Relations, he quickly became an integral part of a technology firm in Baltimore, MD. Since then Jon has honed his marketing skills and focused on online marketing strategies where he is also a Google Adwords Certified Individual.

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