CEO Darius Fisher is Doing Great Things

We are living in the unbridled age of digital excellence. Companies and individuals alike can turn to the internet in order to make their dreams come true, their message hard, and their reach go further and wider than ever. Status Labs, a digital reputation management company, is opening up an office in Culver City, Los Angeles. Status Labs has been at the forefront of the digital PR world for the past couple of years and CEO Darius Fisher has been capably guiding them to that position. The new Status Labs office will look to take advantage of a rising need for digital PR work in the Los Angeles area.

 

Darius Fisher has always been vocal about the strengths that his company possess. He appropriately pointed out, “The demand for our digital reputation solutions continues to grow in LA. So after many red-eye flights, Status Labs decided to plant roots here to service our technology and entertainment clients.”

 

When Status Labs opens their doors in Culver City officially they will have Spencer Blye overseeing the expansion. Blye will serve as a Business Development Director and he seems just as excited about the expansion as the rest of Status Labs saying, “I’m excited to help fuel our growth on the West Coast.” Before becoming a member of Status Labs Blye served as a strategist at the offices of Weber Shandwick, another global communications firm. Blye has done extensive work with huge companies like Verizon and Unilever.

 

The continued success of Status Labs can be pointed back toward the work of CEO Darius Fisher. Fisher has been the steady hand and the leading force in the continued growth of the company. Fisher had taken on the role of CEO a few years back. From 2012 to now Fisher has helped lead Status Labs to explosive growth, landing them on the Inc. 500 Fastest Growing Companies list. Status Labs’ newest expansion will only serve to help increase the reach and popularity of the company.

Forbes:

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