AMBROSE ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF THREE NEW OFFICE LOCATIONS IN LOS ANGELES, MIAMI, AND WASHINGTON DC
May 19, 2011 - Ambrose, a Professional Employer Organization (“PEO”) that provides outsourced human resources, payroll, and benefits solutions has announced the opening of three office locations: Los Angeles, Miami, and Washington D.C.
“We take great pride at Ambrose in delivering industry-leading service. The new offices position Ambrose to extend the reach of the service across the entire country, says Ambrose Co-CEO John Iorillo. The new offices mark a milestone in Ambrose’s long term goal to be recognized nationally as the best provider of HR solutions to small businesses. Additionally the offices reflect Ambrose’s rapid growth and enhanced services.
A steadfast commitment to service is a source of recognition and pride to Ambrose. Opening offices in Los Angeles, Miami, and Washington D.C. represent Ambrose’s growth and its commitment to enhanced service to its existing clientele in these markets. “Ambrose is deeply committed to carrying its rich culture and core values to these exciting new markets,” adds Ambrose Co-CEO, Greg Slamowitz.
Ambrose’s Los Angeles office address is 10100 Santa Monica Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90067. The office location selection is strategic as it enhances service for existing California clients and provides great access to both Ambrose’s established (e.g., financial services, business services, and technology) and growth (e.g., media and entertainment) verticals.
Ambrose’s metro Miami office address is 433 Plaza Real, Boca Raton, FL 33432. The office location selection is strategic as it enhances service for existing Florida clients and provides great access to Ambrose’s established verticals (e.g., financial services and business services).
Ambrose’s metro Washington D.C. office address is 1940 Duke St., 2nd Floor, Alexandria, VA 22314. The office location selection is strategic as it enhances service for existing Washington D.C. clients and provides great access to both Ambrose’s established (e.g., business services and technology) and growth (e.g., consulting, lobby services, and trade associations) verticals.