Cheyenne wasn’t on my radar, but neither was Cleveland. After finishing ad school in Atlanta, I had grand plans of living in NYC for a couple years, then jetting off to L.A. for another couple, then perhaps Minneapolis or maybe even London.
I sat down to write a blog post to reflect on Edge Fest 2017, and as I did, I thought about how important this music event has become to me, to the Warehouse peeps, and to the community.
Warehouse Twenty One (W21), a full-service, creative marketing agency in Cheyenne, Wyo., is celebrating its 10-year anniversary this month.
Inc. magazine announced Warehouse Twenty One (W21) as one of the nation’s fastest-growing companies in its 36th annual Inc. 5000, which ranks private companies from across the nation based on growth over the last three years.
If you had asked me 5 years ago if I wanted to join a marketing networking association, I would have probably chuckled.
There’s no campfire here, but there is a story being told. Not in words, but in paint on an old brick wall; not unlike the tales told by brushstrokes in ancient caves, inviting us to gaze at the images until they seem to shimmer and move.
I consider myself a trade show and event evangelist. I help companies produce great events. After each event, my staff and I evaluate what went right and what didn’t.
Mentorship isn’t about creating a clone of yourself. Mentorship is about sharing all your knowledge and experience and igniting that passion in others, then letting them run with it.
As it turns out, being in the creative industry means we’re often tasked with creating things. I hate to admit it – but I don’t always know exactly what to do.
As the Warehouse Twenty One Strategic and Leadership Team plans the future of the company at their annual out-of-state retreat, those of us remaining in the office have seized the reins of power and charted our own new course.