352 Inc. / Blog News / April 14th, 2005

352 Media Group Continues Expansion Efforts in the Southeast

352 Media Group, an interactive development firm, continues its growth in the Southeast US through its success in the Atlanta Market. The acquisition of several high profile clients and the recent addition of an experienced staff member to the Georgia-based sales staff are among the company’s most recent successes. The next three months will see yet another experienced staff member addition to the office, this time coming from the company’s Florida headquarters. Within the past 6 months, 352 Media Group’s Atlanta division has contracted with General Electric, Heil Trailers, Zenergy Interactive, KidSmart Corporation, and Laarhoven Design to name just a few. Additionally, several notable southeast and Atlanta-based corporations currently have work in development. ‘We couldn’t be more pleased with the level and pace of the growth we’ve experienced across the Southeast,’ said Brian Schneider, 352 Media Group’s Director of New Market Development and head of the Atlanta-based division. ‘We hope to take this formula and duplicate it in new markets across the country.’ In addition to the company’s award-winning Web site development, some of the most recent Atlanta-based projects have included interactive CD-ROMs, systems integrations, user interface design for Web applications, Web consulting, and Web marketing. In the case of Zenergy Interactive, 352 Media Group not only produced Zenergy’s product, a CD-rom interactive learning tool, but also the company’s logo, corporate Web site, and product Web site. 352 Media Group, www.352media.com, is a full-service interactive development firm headquartered in Gainesville, Fla., with a regional office in Atlanta. 352 Media Group provides its clients with a complete approach to business development, offering Web development, CD/DVD Production, Interactive Flash Design, and Web marketing. Since its founding in 1997, 352 Media Group has served more than 600 clients in 30 states and in Africa, Europe, Asia, and South America.