The past twelve months have been very successful ones for the reputation management firm Status Labs. The firm has seen revenues increase, and attained a lot of positive media attention.
“Expansion” is a word that should come to mind most often when discussing Status Labs. The company expanded its staff by a significant number of people. This was due to the increase of the number of top clients who signed on with the firm. One client is being represented pro bono by the firm, a college professor who was caught up in a public media firestorm after a campus protest.
The physical location of the Austin headquarters has moved to the business district of the city, and offices in New York and San Paulo are thriving. Revenues are up huge, and it does not look as if those figures are going to drop any time soon. Status Labs does offer a critical service to those in dire straits reputation wise. The firm is able to do what is required to help fix poor impressions.
Status Labs benefits from the expertise of several advisors who have come aboard to help the company. Consider the arrival of several long-time experts in related fields to be another sign the firm is growing. As demand for services increases, so does the need for personnel to help support the growth and day-to-day operations of the firm. Potential clients should look at the arrival of all advisors and new personnel positively. All of these individuals are there to serve.
The co-founder and president of the company, Darius Fisher, deserves a lot of credit for this success. Darius Fisher runs Status Labs successfully because, thanks to his professional background, he understands the common mistakes people make when they are hoping to preserve their reputation.
Fisher has publicly noted people’s lack of building up an online presence on their own terms opens doors to being redefined once a scandal or other online mishap occurs. In essence, Fisher reveals the online presence ends up being created by the content – unflattering content – others create.
Such a bad situation can still be fixed. Fisher and Status Labs definitely will go to work addressing the problem.