WDFA Has Done It Again

WDFA is back in the headlines! The San Francisco Business Times‘ exposé reveals WDFA’s unique history, tracing the company from its roots to where it is now — a serious player in the San Francisco market and working on expanding nationally.

Jason's ready for his close-up

Raj Prasad and Jason Hilton, WDFA’s co-founders, got business up and running back in 2006. What started as a two-employee business based in the duo’s apartment, quickly grew to almost 50 strong in 2010. Despite the company’s youth and small size, business started booming, drawing in big-name clients, such as MetroPCS and Comcast.

In its first four years, WDFA had achieved what seemed almost impossible, all the while using guerilla micromarketing tactics like sidewalk chalking and door hanging rather than mainstream radio and TV. Our unique business strategy in combination with our out-of-the-box ideas, fearless attitude, and attention to detail has obviously paid off. By the end of 2009, WDFA reported a three-year growth of 326% and raked in a whopping $17 million in revenue in that year alone. We even opened up the New York office in 2009, when the economy was abysmal at best.

How YOU doin'

But despite an amazing initial three years in business, reality finally hit. 2010, any employee will tell you, was quite a different story. But rather than run for cover, WDFA managed to power through the setbacks. And as a nice reward, the San Francisco Business Times named us the tenth fastest growing private company on their “Fast 100” list of 2010. Needless to say, we readily accepted.

As we round the corner into 2011, we’re no doubt breathing a collective sigh of relief that the worst is over — but we’re also excited and ready for whats ahead. After all, “fearless” is our mantra.

Check out Jason’s mug and a preview of the San Francisco Business Times article here.

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