Bluewolf Comes to the Nation's Capital
Washington DC's commitment to attracting top tech talent is not going unnoticed. Bluewolf has jumped in on the growth opportunity by adding a new hub to our growing IT Resource practice! Our new office already has DC clients that include National Public Radio, PCAOB, Sirius XM Radio, Genworth Financial and Association of American Medical Colleges.
With 11 years of experience in agile consulting, Bluewolf has made a name for itself in the tech and IT Staffing industry. Our IT Resourcing practice is headquartered in New York City. Through the years, Bluewolf continues to show strong growth in the Silicon Alley and Silicon Valley markets, partnering with technologists and industry thought leaders. We’re ready to take on the nations capital!
According to US News, Washington DC tech companies are looking to hire.
"Call them what you will—engineers, programmers, developers—the job titles are usually interchangeable. They're in high demand and short supply, enjoying not only their pick of jobs, but being courted by companies that want to bring them on board even when they're already employed."
Bluewolf has identified government agencies and non-profit organizations as opportunities for growth. "We have the expertise to strengthen the DC area as one of the fastest growing tech hubs in the country," shares Tim Johnson, Bluewolf’s VP of Sales.
In the city that houses the world's most influential decision makers, I am looking forward to raising the bar for IT Staffing and Consulting in the DC metro area.
Emily Anderson, DC Account Director, Bluewolf
Bluewolf will kick off its new presence in the nation’s capital with its Open House and IT Professional Networking Event on Thursday, October 20 from 5 to 7 p.m. Any IT professional wishing to attend can RSVP here. Bluewolf will also be attending IDG’s IT Roadmap Conference on December 7 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center.
Check out the official press release: Bluewolf Launches New Jobs Initiative to Put Technology Talent to Work in Washington, D.C.