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Teams who go above and beyond: Another reason why Marketwire is the best place to work



Marketwire Chicago“Because of the people.” It’s one of the oldest workplace clichés and invariably, one that is almost always true. People don’t just work at a company — they define it and shape its personality. At Marketwire, one of the things that continues to set us apart year after year is our personality. From our editorial and product teams, to sales and customer service, we enjoy what we do and it shows. Our people are second-to-none, and proof positive that “work” and “play” can co-exist and make for a totally awesome place to be.

Meet our Chicago team and see how they go above and beyond for our clients and colleagues every day — click the video link below:

Meet Marketwire Chicago from Marketwire + Sysomos on Vimeo.

Watch another great Marketwire video, “Stop Pushing, Start Engaging,” and learn how we can help you stay one step ahead in the ever-evolving world of communications.

And be sure to check out The Pulse, our weekly look at the people, places and things that are cool in PR and social media. It’s shareable, share-worthy content with a twist.

 


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