A renovation is defined as the process of improving a broken, damaged, or outdated structure, and even though Pronto Marketing’s offices don’t suffer from any of these conditions, we still went ahead and renovated our 3rd and 7th floor spaces.
That’s because we understand that everyone loves aesthetic improvements every now and then, especially those that may inspire new ideas and motivate us to step out of the box as we tend to our daily duties.
But how, exactly, would this benefit our esteemed customers?
Working in a stimulating environment can help teams work more creatively and provide impetus for writers, programmers, and designers alike to go that extra mile for a finely-honed finished product.
This manifests itself in a variety of ways, including in fantastic, visually-appealing, content-rich websites: no more lacklustre homepages or sliding banners with irrelevant stock images. John Stuart Mill put it nicely when he said, “All good things which exist are the fruits of originality.” This is exactly what we want for our clients, quality product that comes from organic inspiration.
The four walls at Pronto aren’t painted black and white. Employees are able to appreciate an absence of the type of dullness one usually experiences in a dentist’s office waiting room. Here, we have spectacular murals depicting flying pizza pies, stuffed burgers, and many more thematic murals, see more pictures on our album. The surroundings are as inspiring as our writers’ copy, our designers’ mockups, and our creative team’s visuals.
At Pronto, we believe that happy workers mean dedicated workers, so we do everything we can to put smiles on faces. If that means more colorful, funky artwork on the walls, out come the rollers and paint buckets. And customers aren’t the only ones who benefit; the employees themselves do as well.
Their daily agendas are filled with engaging imagery that stirs the creative vibes and challenges them to deliver something as fantastic as the cyborg peeking out from behind the monitor. And this keeps things fresh, which is one of the best things about Pronto.
The last thing the company wants is for employees to come into work feeling like robots, churning butter until it’s time to clock out. Instead, the goal is for all workers across all teams to feel like they’re part of an enriching, uplifting, free space that makes them look forward… to the start of their workday, and not the end of it.