Well, I have to say, 2016 wasn’t actually such a bad year for us. We launched our new website in December. We obtained seed funding to build Zappen, an augmented reality app that can read signs and logos from any mobile phone. We went to Seoul, Korea to present on the integration of Universal Basic Income with Attention Based Cryptocurrency. And we continue to find new ways to fulfill our mission of helping small businesses and entrepreneurs to become economically competitive in tech spaces.
CEO, Yes Exactly
I started Yes Exactly six years ago. Before that, I thought of myself as an artist and a writer who just happened to make websites on the side. What I realized over time was that the process of collaborating with people with a vision and a dream—entrepreneurs, artists, activists, and many others—to build something new was one of the most rewarding and creative endeavors imaginable. As we head toward 2017, I am reminded of the many amazing people we’ve had the privilege to work with, and I am eager to see where our work takes us next.
Yes Exactly supports WRSI The River’s Cares for Kids holiday campaign by providing a website where local donors can easily sign up to buy toys and gifts for children in the Big Brothers/Big Sisters program. We are pleased to be able to work with the radio station to help kids in need during this holiday season.