Growing, Moving, and Unpacking the Coffee Maker

We’re thrilled to let you know that, after considerable planning, New Perspective has moved its main offices to Westborough. Our new space is in the Belmont Center at 276 Turnpike Road.

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Moving is never easy. It means heavy lifting. It means untangling miles of cables and cords. It means boxes and packing tape, and it means clearly marking which box the coffee maker is in — and making sure that box gets unpacked first. It also means new places to explore and new neighbors to meet.

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And for New Perspective, it means room to grow. Our old Burncoat Street office simply got too small. Or rather, we got too big: Over the course of our ten years in business, we’ve added design, development and Internet marketing professionals to serve an expanding roster of local, regional and national website development clients. Our brilliant and creative people need space in which to be, well, brilliant and creative for you.

We have that space in our new offices in Westborough: more than 3,000 square feet of executive, management and team member offices, plus a conference room, break room and considerable open space for impromptu collaboration and brainstorming, as well. Over the years, we’ve found that a good game of table tennis really helps staff clear their heads and reinvigorate the creative process, and so we’ve got a dedicated table tennis room with nothing less than a top-of-the-line Killerspin Revolution SVR table.

We’re excited to be settled into our new offices and we’re even more excited to share our new energy with our clients. This move took considerable vision, planning and plain old hard work, all for a brighter future—that’s the kind of service we bring our clients everyday

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If you’re in the area, come have a cup of coffee with us. Our Burncoat neighbors will still see us — we’ll maintain our offices there because we’re still growing and we have big plans for the future.