Qorvis Turns To Hot Interactive Shop for Creative Talent
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Qorvis Turns To Hot Interactive Shop for Creative Talent

Qorvis Communications has hired Lindsey Slaby as director of creative services, following multiple new creative and interactive account wins. Slaby comes to Qorvis from AKQA, which was named Creativity Magazine’s 2006 Interactive Agency of the Year.

Paul Holmes

WASHINGTON, D.C.— Qorvis Communications has hired Lindsey Slaby as director of creative services, following multiple new creative and interactive account wins. Slaby comes to Qorvis from AKQA, which was named Creativity Magazine’s 2006 Interactive Agency of the Year.

Slaby will support interactive and creative projects for new clients including Raytheon, a defense and aerospace systems contractor; I-Direct Technologies, a broadband satellite solutions provider; Techbooks, a provider of content transformation services; and American Systems Corporation, one of the largest locally-based system integrators and service providers in the greater D.C. area 

Qorvis launched its creative services practice in November of 2004. It has grown to more than $2.4 million in revenues.

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