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W+R Studios announces management restructuring

by Greg Robertson on January 14th, 2019

HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA (January 14, 2019) – Real estate software company W+R Studios announced management restructuring to help with boosting growth at the company.

Co-founder Dan Woolley will now take over responsibilities for choosing where to go to lunch on 2nd Friday’s of each month. Previously W+R Studios co-founder Greg Robertson held these responsibilities, which will now be switched to choosing company snacks and soft drinks. “Greg has done a great job choosing places to eat for lunch, and the company has done well under his stewardship, but we must change to move forward, and I welcome the challenge” stated Dan Woolley.

The company has a long time tradition of “Free Lunch Fridays” where team members located at W+R Studios’ Huntington Beach headquarters are treated to lunch every Friday of the month at local restaurants.  Deciding where to go to lunch every Friday has been deemed to be a crucial part of the company’s success.

“I’m more of a meat and potatoes kind of guy.” Stated Greg Robertson. “I’m looking forward to Dan opening up the company’s palette of lunch choices.”

These changes will be put in to place on February 8th, 2019.

About W+R Studios‍

Founded in 2008, W+R Studios is a privately held web software company located in Huntington Beach, California. The company focuses on creating the next generation of web-based software solutions for the real estate industry. By providing a “less is more” approach to software design, elegant user interfaces, and using the latest in agile programming, W+R Studios’ software applications are at the same time powerful, yet accessible to everyone. Co-founders Dan Woolley and Greg Robertson have over 26 years of experience each developing and marketing real estate software solutions.

  1. sara bonert permalink

    Godspeed in implementing this change.

  2. Cathy Faulkner permalink

    Will his new job title be “Director of Lunch Engagement” or “Director of Lunch Relations”?

  3. Bennett permalink

    Congrats! I remember a similar “Restructuring” back in the day! Cheers to a great 2019!

  4. Welcome to your new job as a GAD! “Gastronomic Affairs Director”

  5. Mike Sparr permalink

    Greg, you’ve just set the bar very high for your April 1 post… good luck topping this one. 😉 Happy 2019

  6. John Warner permalink

    It takes a brave leader to seek help and embrace change like this. Kudos. “Great leaders surround themselves with great people … and great food”

  7. Greg can you please send over the job description, I think we are over due for a management shake up!!!

  8. (Dan) Greg, Why do we always goto the same 2 places every Friday?

    (Greg) Bro, if you think you can do better, go for it.

    (Dan) If I assume the increased responsibilities, can I have a bigger title?

    (Greg) Dude, you’re already the co-founder and CTO!

    (Dan) Yeah…(sips beer). How about a world-wide press release?

    (Greg) More people will see it if it’s a Vendor Alley blog post, how about that?

    (Dan) (with deadpanned look on his face) sure man.

  9. Roland Estrada permalink

    Is there a deep-state Russian conspiracy coupled to the Huntington Beach restaurant lobbyists?

  10. It’s a wise leader who knows how to play to his strengths…

  11. Wishing you two all the best in this new endeavor 😉

  12. I’m sure you’ll leverage your past culinary choices at W+R and land on your feet moving forward. I hope the meat and potato joints in Huntington Beach were prepared for this sudden shift

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