zcomm Moves Headquarters to Washington D.C.

National Marcomm Agency Expands and Changes Address

WASHINGTON, DC – Coinciding with zcomm’s 24th year in business, the national PR and marketing agency has moved its headquarters from Bethesda, Maryland to Washington, DC. zcomm’s new address is: 910 17th Street, NW, Suite 1190, Washington, DC, 20006.

As zcomm moved offices, it has expanded its staff to handle a wider scope of work involving healthcare, consumer, environmental and military industries.

zcomm CEO Risë Birnbaum is thrilled to be in the City. “This is an exciting time for zcomm as we expand our agency and take Washington, DC by storm. Our clients are here, key events are here and we are thrilled to be in the heart of the action at a time when we are firing on all cylinders.” Birnbaum adds, “Washington, DC is a dynamic, thriving city and we intend to take advantage of our location on behalf of our clients in every possible way.”

The company attributes its recent growth to a business model that merges traditional media relations tools with innovative video, audio and digital services. zcomm’s laser targeted integrated marketing strategies provides quantifiable results for clients looking for an engaging, measurable approach to reaching their target audiences.

zcomm is a Marketing Communications agency and provides an unique mix of PR, marketing and media services that span news and promotions to reach niche and national audiences where they live, work and play. A certified Women’s Business Enterprise and Women-Owned Small Business, zcomm services corporate, government, associations and non-profit organizations.

There is more information on zcomm at www.zpr.com and (Twitter and Facebook)

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