FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Harold Urman, President
Los Angeles, CA – March 1, 2024 – Vital Research, a privately held U.S.-based social science research and evaluation company specializing in Aging & Disabilities, Education, Health, and Community Services, announced the relocation of its business headquarters to a new office in Los Angeles. The move will advance the operations and growth of the company.
Located at 6300 Wilshire Boulevard, in the heart of Los Angeles, the office features dedicated mailing and call center spaces to support large-scale survey data collection efforts, collaborative work areas, and enhanced security, all of which allow Vital Research to streamline its operations and enhance its capabilities. A patio space, gym access and high-quality finishes create a supportive environment for local staff.
In recent years, Vital Research has shifted to a hybrid workplace model, blending in-office and remote work resulting in a team that is distributed throughout the U.S. The company has added 20 new staff members since 2021, several being newly-created positions due to positive business growth.
Vital Research President Harold Urman, PhD stated about the relocation: “Since co-founding Vital Research in 1982 with the mission of giving voice to underserved populations, we’ve been honored to support our partners and clients with rigorous, inclusive social science research and evaluations. Moving our headquarters to this new location is a testament to our commitment to the future, as well as to providing high-quality, comprehensive services to our clients.”
As of March 1, 2024, Vital Research can be reached at:
6300 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 860
Los Angeles, CA 90048
About Vital Research
Since 1982, Vital Research has provided research and evaluation services to organizations focused on social change in the areas of Aging and Disabilities, Health, Community Services, and Education. Vital Research designs and implements research studies as well as formative and summative evaluations to understand people’s lived experiences and the social, economic, and community benefits of programs. Learn more at vitalresearch.com.