Allogram, Inc., which is based in Odenton, MD, is proud to announce that their president, Amanda Gianotti, has been accepted as the newest member of the Baltimore Chapter of the Women Presidents' Organization (WPO). WPO is a peer advisory group for women-led businesses with revenues of two million dollars or more. More information about Allogram can be gleaned by visiting its website at www.allogram.com.
"I am very pleased to welcome Amanda Gianotti to the WPO," says Marsha Firestone, Ph.D., President and Founder of the WPO. "As a peer advisory organization for women business leaders of multi-million dollar companies, WPO membership is highly selective. Amanda Gianotti's membership in the WPO is a testament to her incredible success in business."
Allogram is a provider of products for awards and recognitions and serves the area known as the Baltimore-Washington corridor. They have already provided a wide range of Baltimore plaques, adorning the walls and display cabinets of various people and organizations. "We are masters of the perfect moment," says Amanda Gianotti. "We work with our clients to determine how they define that perfect moment - the moment when they present the award. Once we determine how our customers want their recipient to feel, then we go to work to create a product to illicit those feelings."
"We could not be more excited to have Amanda Gianotti join the Baltimore Chapter of the WPO," said Baltimore Chapter Chair Annette Walter. "Through confidential and collaborative peer learning groups, WPO members learn new strategies for taking their businesses to the next level."
Requirements for membership in the WPO include annual revenue of at least $2 million ($1 million for service-based companies) and an ownership interest in the company. It is Allogram's mission to make the highest quality corporate awards in Baltimore and more. They believe in the power of recognition, striving to deliver the highest quality products with the best imprint possible. At the same time, they ensure that their customers are empowered to make an informed decision by educating them on what is available, providing them with guidance and suggestions for the message as well. The aim is to help their customers and clients look good and show recognition where it is deserved through products that exceed their expectations.
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With two locations in Maryland, Allogram, Inc. specializes in creating customized trophies crafted from genuine cherry, oak, marble, acrylic, corian, and etc. We also offer full color direct UV printing, vinyl and sublimation graphic capabilities.
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