2017
Year in Review

2017
Year in Review

A new office, new team members, and new projects have kept things lively at CYBERsprout in 2017. Before we turn to the new year, we want to reflect on a exciting/chaotic year that we can't believe has passed by in a flash.

+ Projects Completed

We were very excited to pass the 100 total projects mark this year! We started from humble beginnings and we could have never made it this far without a great team and amazing clients!

Not only were there some interesting new challenges this year, but we also had the pleasure of working with a lot of new clients outside of our home turf.

Joining The Team

Back in January we welcomed Brad to our team to help keep us on track (i.e. manage projects). Monica started helping us with copywriting in May when Kendra went on maternity leave (congrats on baby Ruth!). Not too long after, Whitney pick up the slack in a big way by assisting with developing sites. Lastly, Chase joined us as a graphic design intern from Alex Tech. [not pictured: Marti]

Team Christmas Photo

The power of words

Sharing ideas and inspiration with audiences is always fun! Here are a few of the places I had the opportunity to be a speaker this year:

  • WordCamp Minneapolis - Embracing Page Builders
  • WordCamp Omaha - Organizing Custom Post Types
  • Heartland Tourism - Your Audience's Perspective
Tyler speaking the Heartland Tourism Meeting

New Office Space

We moved! Our office is now on the 2nd floor at 316 Broadway St #3 in Alexandria. We just finished up remodeling the place last week so we are now ready to accept visitors. Feel free to swing by and say "hi."

Looking forward to 2018

There were a lot of challenging moments in 2017. Rachel and I welcomed a new baby girl, Isla. We completely remodeled a 100-year old house. And we moved our office and remodeled the new space. It was a lot of chaos and I'm proud of our team for stepping up to challenges while Rachel and I had to divide time. But the dust has settled. With a renewed focus, we are very excited for what 2018 may have to offer.

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