VIMRO, the leading nationwide provider of IT field engineering and logistics services, held a holiday party for its team members last month in Ashburn and Tysons Corner, Virginia.
Every December, VIMRO brings its employees and their significant others together to celebrate the holidays and all of successes of the prior year. Because the team members are so spread out around the country, VIMRO brings them together in December to build stronger relationships and connections between a distributed work force.
“We value our people, and we also value their families who support them and make it possible for them to be successful,” said Alex Chizhik, COO/GC. “From our early days and our first employee, we made a promise to bring all employees and their significant others together so we can get to know them.”
Team members spent the afternoon working on their golf swings at Top Golf in Ashburn, Virginia. Afterwards, the team went to Brazilian steakhouse, Chima in Reston to enjoy dinner and drinks, networking and a chance to win prizes.
“VIMRO wouldn’t be where it is today without the dedication of our employees, and we are firm believers in showing our gratitude for their work,” said Vadim Hiekin, CEO. “At this year’s party, we added in the chance to win a hot air balloon ride as a way to encourage our employees to rise as high as the clouds in both their personal and professional lives. We’re looking forward to many more successful years in the future with our hardworking team.”
VIMRO is an integrated nationwide IT consultancy dedicated to providing solutions to even the most vexing networking, infrastructure and connectivity challenges. The decade-plus old company specializes in meeting the field engineering and logistics, infrastructure, networking, cybersecurity and recruiting needs of companies with widely distributed teams and multiple worksites.
With administrative headquarters in White Marsh (Baltimore), Maryland and engineering headquarters in Reston, Virginia, VIMRO’s facilities and personnel are located across the U.S., making technicians within hours travel of every major municipality in the continental United States.