“The demand for our services from small and medium sized businesses continues to grow as does our commitment to the Dayton community,” said Jim Continenza, chairman and CEO of Vivial.
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The Kettering company long-known for producing the Yellow Pages and various online directories announced the change internally to employees Wednesday.
Vivial changed its named back in June. Derived from the adjective “convivial,” the new name embodies technology, engagement, according to a company spokeswoman.
In 2014, the company then known as Berry moved its headquarters to 3100 Research Blvd. in Kettering in a 52,000-square-foot facility, after more than 50 years in Moraine. The former Berry Co. serves about 130,000 advertising clients in all 50 states.
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