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has 300 employees and
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He adds that the party was a great
reflection on the landmark projects JRM
has completed throughout its decade in
the industry, including the Discovery
Center Times Square, Etsy's headquarters, Sony and Squarespace, as well as the
build-out of Smythson of Bond Street's
flagship retail location, which was completed in only nine weeks.
"As JRM moves forward, we want to
continue finding good talent and adapting our operations to our clients' needs,"
Romano says. "I'm not too sure about how
big we want to build the company, but we
want to have great people on board who
can handle the work and do a good job."
Romano notes that strategic growth
is key because JRM not only wants to
maintain its long-term clients, but also
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work with new ones it can grow with.
"We don't like to only work with a client
once," he says. "We want to work with
them on multiple occasions. That is why
we strategically try to find clients that are
growing, and are dynamic so that we can
build long-term relationships with them."
Maintaining long-term client relationships consists of not only completing exemplary work, but also taking note of the
lessons that can be learned after a project
is completed, he adds. "We can learn from
our mistakes, which ensures we expand
our service for the client furthermore,"
Just as it does with its customers, JRM has
longstanding relationships with many of