Updated: Dec 10, 2020
It’s been quite a year. Economic shutdowns, civil unrest, and a divisive election season, not to mention the ongoing pandemic, have made 2020 a year to remember, and not in a good way. But with Thanksgiving around the corner, we’re looking back on the year with gratitude. Yes, gratitude, and not just because (as the Yiddish saying goes), “it could always be worse”, but because 2020 has stretched us in some pretty incredible ways and made us stronger.
We’re grateful for:
Our soon to be revealed new website which showcases who we are and what we’re about in a fresh, modern way.
The launch of our tailored service to nonprofit organizations.
Our ability to pivot in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, which has enabled us to reach businesses across the country and around the world.
The unexpected time at home with family during the difficult lockdown period has led to deepened relationships and appreciation of the little things.
As Turkey Day approaches, we encourage you to take a break from the news to simply jot down a few of the things you’re thankful for–there might be more than you expect!
And if you’re looking to add “thriving business” to the list, drop us a line. We’d love to help you there.