It’s typical for the team at PENTA Communications, Inc. to appreciate a wide, daily diversification of clients throughout the normal course of business. However, it’s not every day that the marketing team has the opportunity to work on projects in alignment with its global, social-minded communications goals and philosophies.
Working on a shoestring budget is synonymous with a non-profit organization. For many professionals in the not-for-profit arena that often means making difficult decisions as well as instituting cost-cutting measures.
The Worcester Community Action Council, Inc. (WCAC) is making 2011 the “Year of Thanks,” by honoring those individuals, volunteers, staff and board members who contribute so much to helping WCAC do all it does for the community.
There has been a significant paradigm shift in the way companies are marketing to attract and build stronger relationships with customers.
On Wednesday evening, May 25, 2011, PENTA Communications, Inc. CEO, Deborah Penta hosted a group of eight Russian collegiate leaders and two translators for a hospitality dinner during the group’s recent visit to the United States.
Westborough High School (WHS) senior Katherine “Kasey” Packer knows what she wants and strives to achieve it.
Achieving milestones academically, exhibiting leadership in all facets of school work and extra-curricular activities while making a difference in the community are some of the true signs of a future leader, according to Deborah Penta, CEO and founder of the Westborough-headquartered marketing firm, PENTA Communications, Inc.
PENTA Communications, Inc. has been selected for the 2010 Best of Business Award in the Marketing consulting services category by the Small Business Commerce Association (SBCA).
The Central Massachusetts Workforce Investment Board (CMWIB), formerly known as the Central Massachusetts Regional Employment Board (CMREB) recently underwent a name and branding change with the help of Westborough-based PENTA Communications, Inc.