2015 has come and gone in the blink of an eye. With the new year approaching fast and Auld Lang Syne moving to the top of our playlist, we are happy to look back at the progress SpinGo made during 2015. This past year was full of hard work, innovation, and improvement at SpinGo, but looking back at 2015 only gets us more excited for what is to come in 2016.
We’ve asked some of our team members what they are excited about happening at SpinGo in 2016. Here are some of the new year’s resolutions for us have at SpinGo for 2016:
Kreg Peeler, CEO:
"In 2016, SpinGo will build upon its reputation as the event expert and find new ways to share that expertise with our publishers, brands, event makers, and event goers."
Jessie Warner, General Manager:
"My resolution is to improve the Edit Request Process. We've received customer feedback that the process to edit an event is not as efficient as it could be. My resolution in 2016 is to give more control to the event submitters by allowing them to review and edit their own events. I believe this will provide a greater user experience and a faster turn-around on edit requests and approvals."
Mary Thomas, VP of Administration:
"My SpinGo New Year’s resolution for 2016 is to sign more content partnerships with the largest ticket providers in the nation, resulting in the very best and most comprehensive event content."
Chad Taylor, Director of Partner Success:
"My New Year’s resolution is to work with our partners to identify event management headaches. In doing so, I hope to identify potential areas where we can improve our platform offering for our partner network."
Cassandra Darley, Project Manager:
"At SpinGo, we've spent the last three years working at the center of the local media industry as a part-product, part-content, part-advertising company. For 2016, I'm excited to apply our learnings of how 'content' and 'advertising' are increasingly and inevitably synonymous with some new product releases!"
Nick Dibble, Director of Sales:
“My goal for 2016 revolves around increasing our brand recognition. As our network of partners grows, so do the number of repeat event creators, or "serial submitters" as we call them. As it is with any marketing, the more times you’re seen, the better chance of success. My New Year’s resolution is to create a win, win, win scenario for all parties involved in contractual promotions. It’s a win for SpinGo to create consistent promoters for our platform, a win for our partners because of continual revenue share, submissions, and the best events, and a win for our customers by creating brand recognition through consistent ad display.”
Matt Polichette, Director of Engineering:
“As we start into 2016, my resolution is to give our users more control of the events they care about and to make them feel like they own a part of SpinGo.”
With goals like these, we are looking ahead to what 2016 will bring!
Cover Photo by Adam Carter via flickr.