Incorporate Massage, a massage therapy company that provides exceptional massage services for corporate offices across the valley, and other states are the company for you if you are looking to destress your workspace office.

When it comes to having a corporate office or any office for that matter, you want your employees to be in the best mood. You are also going to want the most stress-less work environment possible for those long days and nights in the office. All of that comes with this company, but it is an excellent story to the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Business Program that Incorporate Massage was apart of and thrived in.

Amelia Wilcox, who is the founder and CEO of Incorporate Massage has been a massage therapist since the age of 19. She quickly started her practice and created the business for three years before joining the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Business Program.

She said, “It has been a success overall, joining this program helped fill in the holes for resources since I didn’t go to school for business, allowing for investment and marketing resources to do their job and help the company grow not just to be another local business. We have now grown to a multi-state company and plan to deliver our best service everywhere we go and continue growing,” said Wilcox.

Incorporate Massage as a company seems to be a pretty close group of hardworking individuals, which they all are. Alex Osbourne, who is the VP of Client Services, said, “We treat everybody as if they are our friend who helps us and them receive the best care they want.”

With a wide variety of massage options to choose from, this company has something to offer to satisfy just about everybody. It doesn’t matter if it is a corporate event or backstage of a concert. This team thrives in an open housework environment. With custom massage chair events, they will have a team delivered to you so that they can work their magic on you.

Alex also stated as a reminder to anyone who is chasing a goal, “Never give up, when you want to make something big and special check all of your resources and see if there are any business programs you can be apart of.”