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When you think big, you get noticed. We don't like to chase it, but sometimes the spotlight just finds us. Here's the latest buzz about GLAD WORKS, as reported in the media.

 

GLAD WORKS has Been Ranked as One of the Top Five Web Development Firms in Rhode Island!

Hey, check us out! GLAD WORKS has been ranked as one of the top five Web development firms in Rhode Island by Providence Business News! Hi-five to our GLAD WORKS team and a big THANK YOU to all our wonderful clients!

 

Five Questions With: Adam Harvey

GLAD WORKS Technology Director Adam Harvey was featured in this week's Technology Update e-newsletter for the Providence Business News. In this "Five Questions" column, Harvey discusses the economy's impact on technology clients, and notes that several of the firm's clients are already talking about developing iPad applications.

 

Whale Song Project App is Worth Singing About

According to Amelia Sauter of appcraver.com, the Whale Song Project App makes a big splash scoring a 9 out of 10. Sauter touts the inherent educational opportunities associated with this app as it broadcasts "breathtaking" sounds of humpback whales off the coast of Hawaii.

To read the review and access the Whale Song Project link, read the review.

 

Local Retailers Grow Their Sales Base With the Help of eCommerce

To see how GLAD WORKS works for our clients, check out this Dec 31 article in the PBN highlighting two of our clients, Garrison Confections and Central Paper...!

 

Lucky #7: GLAD WORKS has the mojo!

According to the Providence Business News' 2008 Book of Lists, GLAD WORKS is now the 7th largest advertising and PR firm in Rhode Island, up from its 2007 ranking of #19. This increase reflects our recent staff increases geared toward providing our clients with the most comprehensive design, technology and marketing services.

 

GLAD WORKS Supports Local Arts

At GLAD WORKS, we have close relationships with a number of local arts organizations, from Festival Ballet Providence to "WaterFire" and Trinity Repertory Company. GLAD WORKS founder Gina DiSpirito contributes a guest column to the Providence Business News.

Providence Business News "Business support for the arts bolsters R.I.'s economy" (PDF)

 

Spotlight on Adam Harvey

GLAD WORKS Principal and IT Director Adam Harvey has recently joined the ranks of esteemed local experts writing monthly articles for Every Company Counts. This organization—a subset of the Rhode Island Economic Development Corporation—is an invaluable resource for entrepreneurs in our state who want help to grow their businesses.

Though typically targeting small businesses, the ECC's information is also pertinent for large and mid-size companies. Harvey's monthly pieces will address a host of marketing and technology issues relevant to businesses of all sizes.