Alluvionic Expands Team Due to Continued Growth and Success

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The center point of Alluvionic’s company strengths is the quality and expertise of its staff.  Recognizing that employees are a company’s most valuable asset, Alluvionic’s growing team continues to develop a history of proven success and outstanding customer service that is the hallmark of Alluvionic’s corporate philosophy, always standing ready to serve its customers.

Alluvionic recruits top talent to continue to innovate and exceed customer’s expectations.  Joining the team are:

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Sadie Anthis has been named Alluvionic’s Human Resource Administrator, a new position created due to the company’s continued growth.  Anthis comes to Alluvionic from Texas A&M University with a B.A. in International Studies and Spanish, with a minor in Business Administration.  When asked about why she joined the company, Anthis says, “Alluvionic sets itself apart by having a welcoming atmosphere and endless future possibilities for growth. I am so excited to have a small part in moving this company forward alongside my coworkers who always work with integrity and incredible professionalism. Not only am I learning about my position and place in the company, but here I have the opportunity to grow as a business professional.”

alluvionic employee allisonAllison DePietro joins Alluvionic as a Project Coordinator, focusing on client activities and support.  DePietro is a graduate of Florida Institute of Technology, Summa Cum Laude, with a B.S. in Business Administration.  She previously served as a Project Coordinator at WeVENTURE working with the IGNITE 360® program.  DePietro says, “I was told that I would learn a vast amount very quickly in a family-like culture that was supportive and driven by excellence.  Being a recent graduate, I knew that I wanted to work in an environment where I could learn, grow and be a big contributor from the beginning. Alluvionic has been more of a blessing than I could have imagined: they enable their employees to reach their full potential, then expand that potential, which results in compounding success for both the individual and the company.   I’ve been with Alluvionic for a short-time, but I already feel like I’ve learned things many don’t discover until they are well into their professional careers.”

alluvionic employee amyAmy Low joins Alluvionic as a Business Operations Coordinator, focusing on accounting and operations activities.  Low is a graduate of Eastern Florida State University with an A.S. in Business Administration.   Low is the most recent team member to join Alluvionic, she says, “I am very excited to be a part of this amazing team. This is a great time of growth and innovation we are seeing on the Space Coast and I feel honored to be a part of it. What attracted me to working with Alluvionic was their statement that they do the right things for the right reasons. That personally resonated with me.”

Alluvionic fosters an environment where everyone helps one another. The office environment promotes teamwork without the challenge of a competitive and edgy atmosphere. The activities cultivate and promote teamwork and group cohesiveness, which embodies the corporate philosophy.  Alluvionic promotes continuing education and mentoring, investing in the professional development of its staff.

Making headlines, Alluvionic was recognized as one of GrowFL’s finalists in the 2017 Florida Companies to Watch program.  The awards event ‐ now in its seventh year ‐ honors 50 select second‐stage companies from throughout the state of Florida for developing valuable products and services, creating quality jobs, enriching communities, and broadening new industries throughout the state. Chosen from a candidate pool of more than 800 nominations, the finalists collectively represent $598 million in annual revenue and employ 3,200 full‐time equivalent employees. Created by the Edward Lowe Foundation, Companies to Watch is a unique awards program that recognizes and celebrates the contribution, innovation and energy of diverse second-stage companies in the nation.  Applicant companies are judged according to their special strengths and impact in their markets, communities and within the state – thus deeming them “worth watching.”

GrowFL was created in 2009 as an economic development program focused on assisting second-stage growth companies prosper in the state of Florida. The Edward Lowe Foundation is a national, nonprofit organization that supports entrepreneurship through research, recognition and educational programs, which are delivered through entrepreneur support organizations.