We’ve had a busy couple of months at EverPresent and every once in a while we get a chance to catch our collective breath and reflect on the progress we’ve made. Here are some recent highlights regarding the expansion of the company as well as some things to look forward to in the months to come:

EverPresent Adds Play it Again Video:

Play it Again Video is a respected video and film transfer laboratory based in Newton Centre. They have been serving clients in the greater Boston area since 1986 and are widely known regionally. This acquisition makes EverPresent, also based in Newton, the largest digitizing company in New England, a milestone that has been in the making since its founding in 2012 when husband-and-wife team, Eric and Jennifer Niloff, set out to help build the digital memories market.

In just 4 years, EverPresent has grown from a small team working out of Eric’s parents’ basement, to a 46-person company. “We go to work every day to help families preserve their memories, and bringing our services to Play it Again’s loyal clients will be extremely rewarding,” says Eric.

Eight New Satellite Partner Locations:

EverPresent in Northampton and Hampshire County
Over the last few weeks we have been spreading the word about our partnerships with local businesses across the Northeast. We are excited that these new locations give us the opportunity to help families across MA, CT, RI, NH, ME, VT, NJ & NY with their photos and videos.

The addition of numerous partner stores brings the total number of locations up to 40+ across New England and upstate New York.

New Vice President of Marketing:

jenessaJenessa Freid is an exciting addition to the senior leadership at EverPresent. Jenessa is a former Marketing Executive at Care.com and Circles Experiential Marketing.

Among her initiatives, Jenessa will be streamlining EverPresent’s marketing operations and overseeing the national launch of EverPresent’s breakthrough digital photo organizing service.

Production Headquarters has Moved back to Newton:

After moving from the basement, all of the production work took place in the backrooms of the storefront at 1024 Chestnut St. When that space was outgrown, EverPresent’s production lab was moved next door to Watertown. Given the company’s rapid expansion, the new space filled quickly and another location was needed. It was found just down the road from the flagship store in Newton. The new high-tech space is a perfect fit for the continued expansion of digitizing services and is large enough to allow for plenty of room to grow digital photo organizing on a national scale.