Thursday, March 26, 2009

NGAGE Moves Into The 411

I meant to post this earlier...

Last month, marketing agency NGAGE moved into its new home in The 411, the former Farm & Home Savings Association Building at 10th and Locust. Not only are the building and the office space itself built to LEED standards, the firm is committed to being as environmentally-friendly as possible - very cool! The firm is even providing bike storage and showers, and will be participating in Enterprise Rent-A-Car's WeCar program.

According to the firm:
Everything about NGAGE’s new office space in the 411 indicates that it is an agency for a new age - and it looks more like an Apple store than the set of “Mad Men.” Most employees use laptops and iPhones. Closed-in offices are eschewed for more open and shared spaces that foster collaboration and creativity.
Downtown needs more firms like this!

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