In the face of a new generation of marketing and advertising, Massachusetts-based PENTA Communications, Inc., puts a continued emphasis on dynamic innovation and progress. As one of the consistent front-runners on the East coast, the firm puts an even stronger focus on smart reinvention after 19 years in business.
Deborah Penta, CEO of PENTA Communications Inc. was recently appointed to the position of vice chairperson of the Executive Committee for the Corridor Nine Chamber of Commerce.
PENTA Communications, Inc., strategic integrated marketing partners headquartered in Westborough, Massachusetts, USA, took a leadership role as the Corporate Sponsor for Open for Business Expo produced by the Corridor Nine Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday, April 4, 2007, from 4PM-8PM at the DoubleTree Hotel on Computer Drive in Westborough, Massachusetts.
On Wednesday, February 28, 2007, Deborah Penta, CEO of PENTA Communications, Inc., and Rico Petrocelli, president of Petrocelli Marketing Group and former Red Sox Hall of Fame superstar will lead a full day conference on branding at the DoubleTree Hotel in Westborough.
Deborah Penta, CEO of PENTA Communications, Inc. was recently named to the Worcester Community Action Council, Inc. (WCAC) board of directors. WCAC is the locally designated community action agency for the Economic Opportunity Act.
DEBORAH PENTA, CEO of Westboro-based PENTA Communications, has been named to the Worcester Community Action Council Inc. Board of Directors. The WCAC is the locally designated agency for the Economic Opportunity Act, and is one of 25 action agencies in Massachusetts, helping to service over 15,000 people on a yearly basis in Central Massachusetts.
A group of 20 troubled teenage boys got some holiday cheer recently when a group from the Corridor Nine Chamber of Commerce School/Business Partnership Committee visited the Department of Youth Services Hadley Assessment Unit Facility in Westborough, Massachusetts.
Standing out among the crowd can be a bit daunting for companies, most especially newer ones. Yet it is those companies that offer a combination of imagination, foresight, hard work and ingenuity, which have catapulted them to the top in their fields.
Starting a new business can be tantamount to having a child. The same excitement and anxiety apply. To give current business owners or future business owners’ guidance and help them to facilitate a successful business, The New Business Opportunities Forum will feature a moderated panel of successful local business leaders, as well as networking opportunities both before and after the event on Monday, Nov. 27, from 5:30 p.m. – 8 p.m. at the Beechwood Hotel in Worcester.
“Ketili ikos tkveni mobrdzaneba” is Georgian for welcome and that is exactly what PENTA Communications, Inc. an integrated marketing firm in Westborough is doing for the next couple of weeks.