"We are thrilled to be recognized by the Puget Sound Business Journal, a publication that has its' pulse on what is happening in business throughout the region," said Rick Peterson, president of Hydrogen Advertising. "I am so proud of all our employees whose incredible talent, dedication, and creativity make our company a great place to work and who are major contributors to our ongoing success."
Hydrogen offers clients a full spectrum of advertising and marketing services with special attention to brand and media, strategy, creative excellence, and achieving measureable results. Its workplace culture encourages active involvement from team members across disciplines, creating a safe place for ideas to be explored and developed, and open collaboration with clients.
"Hydrogen's success is attributable to being good listeners, working seamlessly with our clients to advance their goals, and empowering everyone on our staff to contribute ideas and participate in solving interesting challenges," added Peterson.
The Puget Sound Business Journal launched the awards program in 2007 to identify and recognize best practices in the hiring and retention of great people. This year, after an extensive and rigorous process, which included nearly 200 nominees and the completion of surveys by nominee-company employees across the state, workplaces in four different categories were identified as Washington's best, based on their various employee benefit offerings, leadership culture and work/life balance philosophies.
About Hydrogen Advertising
Founded in 2001 by a group of Seattle's most strategic and savvy advertising and marketing veterans, Hydrogen Advertising provides a full suite of marketing services. Collaboration is a hallmark of the agency's approach and success--the Hydrogen team works as a seamless extension of its clients' marketing departments. The agency's forte is creating integrated marketing programs that deliver specific outcomes. Agency clients include Sterling Bank, The Polyclinic, Kenworth Truck Company, eBay, Microsoft, and Agilent Technologies. www.hydrogenadvertising.com