As the year comes to a close, we at Blue Seedling would like to take a moment to reflect on all that we’ve accomplished together in the past year. Make sure to read through the end for a special surprise. 🌠
First and foremost, we are grateful for our amazing team of marketing professionals. Coming from diverse backgrounds and experiences, each and every one of them brings something unique and valuable to the table. It’s been a joy to work with such a talented and passionate group of individuals, and we are constantly amazed by the hard work and dedication they bring to every project.
We are also extremely thankful for our incredible clients, who have trusted us to help grow and promote their tech startups in verticals as diverse as cybersecurity, AI/ML, fintech, and B2D. It’s been a pleasure to work with such innovative and forward-thinking companies, and we are proud of the results we’ve been able to achieve together.
This past year, we’ve been focused on growth – both individually and as a company. We’ve taken on new challenges, learned from our mistakes, and continually worked to improve and expand our skills and expertise. We are excited to see where this growth will take us in the future.
One of the highlights of the year was the opportunity to meet in person with our team members and clients in multiple locations, including Israel, NYC, and Sweden. It was a joy to put faces to names and connect with one another on a more personal level.
And let’s not forget the new additions to our team – both adult and baby! It’s been a pleasure to welcome these new faces and we are excited to see what they will bring to the table in the coming year.
As we look towards 2023, we are filled with excitement and optimism. And while this post was written by ChatGPT, we are not worried about the future of marketing. Because – and this is Netta taking over – this post shows everything that’s good and bad about ChatGPT, and why writers, marketers, and creators like the Blue Seedling folks are not worried about the robots taking over just yet. Honestly, this post (except for the photos) kinda sucks. 🙂