PR Firm Honored By The PR World Awards

Darius Fisher is the president and co-founder of Status Labs, an online reputation management, digital marketing, and public relations firm. As president, Fisher oversees the strategic vision of the company and establishes partnership with different agencies. Fisher also helps Status Labs build their domestic and international sales, as well as their account management teams. Fisher graduated with honors from Vanderbilt University, and began his career as a copywriter and political consultant.

Recently, Fisher was announced as the recipient of the prestigious PR World Awards Business Development Individual of The Year Award. The PR World Awards Program recognizes the World’s leaders in marketing, corporate communications, investor relations, and public relations. Every major industry in the World is honored. Under the leadership of Fisher, Status Labs has seen record revenue growth.

Fisher improved Status Labs’ position in the market by creating new digital service offerings and helping establish a world-class client base that includes a number of different Fortune 500 Companies from around the World. Fisher is known for his long term planning skills, and team skills. These traits have helped Fisher change the public relations industry.

According to The Daily Beast, Fisher will be recognized at the 2016 SVUS Red Carpet Awards Ceremony Dinner. Fisher says that business development is important for companies with long term goals for growth. That is why Status Labs is so invested in building brand partnerships. Fisher also says that winning the PR World Awards Business Development Individual of the Year Award is an achievement for the entire team at Status Labs.

Fisher tries to motivate employees by giving them sales goal incentives, performance awards, and even incorporating different community service opportunities into the schedule. These monthly team building events help increase morale.

Read more about Darius Fisher here:

http://www.forbes.com/sites/theyec/2016/02/11/how-increasing-employee-job-satisfaction-can-reduce-turnover/#447bc7383bd8

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