Atlanta, Georgia (PRWEB) September 25, 2013
Surrounded by over 700 people at the Grand Hyatt Buckhead hotel on September 13th, EventSphere, LLC was named #33 in the small business category of Best Places to Work by the Atlanta Business Chronicle.
“Placing in the top 100 is more than we could have ever asked for, but earning #33 in the small business category is truly amazing,” said Todd Lambert, President & CEO of EventSphere. “I couldn’t be more proud of our company.”
Over 500 companies were nominated in three categories depending on the number of employees: small business, medium and large business. Of the 100 companies that were selected, 60 were in the small business category.
Mayor of Atlanta Kasim Reed was an honored speaker at the breakfast Friday morning. He thanked all the businesses of Atlanta, especially those being honored by the Atlanta Business Chronicle.
“I’ve always strived to make our work environment as comfortable as possible,” said Lambert. “I don’t want anybody to dread coming into work every day.”
EventSphere employees participated in a survey of ten categories for the award. Of the ten categories, EventSphere scored 100% favorability in eight areas. These areas include: Alignment with Goals, Feeling Valued, Individual Contribution, Job Satisfaction, Manager Effectiveness, Retention Risk, Trust in Senior Leaders, and Trust with Coworkers.
Headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, EventSphere delivers a solution-driven and results proven online housing platform generating both revenue and loyalty. Their boutique model offers clients in the meetings and events industry specialized services across five key areas – Site Selection, Event Management, Event Marketing, Onsite Fulfillment and Attrition Management. With a collective wealth of industry experience totaling nearly 90 years, EventSphere is committed to operating as a dynamic housing company that maintains absolute integrity and ethical behavior, upholds a shared commitment to teamwork and treats clients with respect and honesty.