As I sit here at my home office desk, I have no idea what I am supposed to write to sum up all of the feelings I have knowing that my company is now 6 years old. Time really does fly when you're bootstrapping your way to the top. So instead of a long blog post on what I am grateful for, today I am going to share with you my undivided thoughts on what I have learned and what's coming next.
Here are a few things I have learned over the last 6 years:
I'm beyond proud of my team for getting us to 6 years. We have steadily grown year after year as a leader in the Mid-Atlantic for Software Development and Marketing.
As our growth path continues to move the needle, I want to challenge all of you to hold us accountable by providing jobs in the Ohio Valley, especially in West Virginia. Though our goal is to be big, we never want to lose our agnostic approach with clients and the ability to act small. Our key component to working with us, is you're not just hiring an agency, you're gaining a partner.
We invest in your ideas and growth strategy to become an extension of your brand. We all know a suit off the rack looks nice on the mannequin, but it probably doesn't fit you without a tailor. At Korevariance, consider us the tailor for any solution in technology and marketing.
Anyways, before I get too long winded talking about what we do best, I just want to say THANKS, to everyone who has lent a helping hand on getting us to 6 years.
Generation Morgantown is run by a volunteer-led board that meets regularly. We welcome folks from all ages and backgrounds, but our work is targeted toward young people ages 18-40. Generation Morgantown is a local affiliate of Generation West Virginia, the statewide organization dedicated to attracting, retaining and advancing young people in the Mountain State.