A New Year and New Chapter for onthemark

onthemark associates

When reading a good book, as one chapter ends, I find myself looking forward to the next. Just like good books, businesses can go through stages or chapters. So, as the end of 2014 approaches, I am excited to announce the changes ocurring with onthemark. 

I am stepping down as owner of onthemark associates. I have taken a job with a large non-profit organization in Los Angeles where I'll be part of the development team. I am really excited about this next phase in my life. Many may not know that I lived in southern California for 16 years before my time in Washington State. I will come back to both family and old friends; and I look forward to establishing new relationships through my new employ.

I am delighted to say that onthemark associates will continue through the efforts of Keri Verhei and Jayson Rogen. I have known and worked with these professionals for many years. They bring both technical knowledge and professional qualities that will continue to deliver exceptional service to their clients and make their businesses a success.

Jayson, owner of Technalytix, will take the lead with website clients providing web development, hosting and SEO services. Keri, owner of onthemark associates, will carry on with the onthemark brand and focus on print and web design, advertising and social media. They'll work together as needed to provide the client with the expertise desired. And, though I am locating to southern California, I will still be involved to assist Jayson and Keri as needed. I couldn't be happier how this has turned out for all of us.

And so the next chapter for onthemark begins. I'm looking forward to reading it. Seems fitting that these changes coincide with a New Year too. :)

I want to say thank you to all who have been supportive of my business through the years. Your friendship has meant a great deal to me and I look forward to keeping in touch.

All the best in 2015!


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