2010 Highlights: Commitment to Culture and Clients Fuel 37% Revenue Increase

Posted by: in Inside WCG on February 18, 2011

As we recently put the final touches on a press release announcing highlights of WCG’s past year, I was struck by the long list of accomplishments we collectively achieved (click here to read the full release).  While hitting an impressive 37% increase in revenue over 2009 may be the most tangible and obvious indicator of success, I really see it as a part of a larger set of goals. I often say, that “we don’t want to be the biggest we just want to be the best.”

Our goal is, first and foremost, to “create the positive future of communications” for clients and our staff. This means that we are committed to creating a culture at WCG that promotes excellence, innovation and creativity to assure flawless execution for clients and ultimately achieve profitability and growth. We cement this by remaining independent and investing in our staff and innovation.

While the growth is a by-product of our commitment to our culture and clients, the 2010 financials were noteworthy and were primarily driven by a healthy mix of organic growth from our core healthcare business combined with an expansion of integrated service offerings, great new strategic hires and targeted expansion into new business areas such as consumer products and technology.

We certainly delivered a lot of breakthrough work for our clients this year that is building our portfolio and reputation across all offerings. We are off to a roaring start and are well positioned to continue growth on the same scale in 2011, which marks our 10th year in business, during which we expect revenues to exceed $45M for the first time in our history.

I can’t underestimate the role that our clients have played in our success. Frankly, nothing we accomplish would be possible without the extraordinary quality of our clients, who believe in us and value our partnership. We are grateful and appreciative of these relationships that span across our entire client base and have put us here today. Our success is their success.

I’m confident we’ll get there with our individual and collective commitment to…

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By: Jim Weiss

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