2018: Outreach’s Year in Review

By January 2, 2019Review

2018: The Year in Review

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We use our company year in review to celebrate our major milestones of the year and to give thanks to the partners who helped us take the business this far.

Small business owners and marketing teams around the world are using this time of year to refine or completely revamp their business strategy. A new year signals a fresh start. An opportunity for growth. A chance to build on what was built the previous year.

As you may have seen in our mid-year review, we’ve had a pretty busy year.

We launched Elevate and Brandstores. We introduced this nifty tool called Project Portals. We supported a wide range of non-profits and organizations. We also celebrated our one-year anniversary at our new office in the historic Brewery District in Columbus, Ohio.

We haven’t slowed down just because we had a few things to celebrate. The Outreach team is thankful that the second half of 2018 was as eventful as the first. Here’s what you might have missed since our last review…

We were voted as one of the best promotional products companies in central Ohio according to Columbus CEO readers.

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We continued and grew our promotional partnership with Columbus Business First. Our team also was fortunate to add new clients to our aforementioned Elevate and Brandstores solutions.

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Volunteering and giving back to the community remained a major part of our company culture. So much so that our President and CEO launched a nonprofit organization you should know about. More on that here.

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We added a new team member. He’s young, but we think he’s got what it takes to make a difference in our clients’ businesses. Meet Rowan.


We hope you’re as enthusiastic about 2019 as we are. You can follow our adventures by checking back here or on our social media pages. Wishing you, and your business, all the success in 2019!

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