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2015 Flew By and Beacon was Having Fun!

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Was 2015 shorter than normal?  Time flies and yes, we were having fun!

What a year!  We traveled around the U.S. to many new client locations, trade shows, speaking engagements and conferences.  We worked hard to meet deadlines and budgets.  We were there for our customers when they needed us.  We delivered results and quality work.  We did the “RFP-dance” many times to prepare strong proposals.  And we learned a lot.

But we also laughed a lot.  We saw marriages and new babies born within our work family.  We had Pirate Day, Bad Sweater Day, Cookie Exchange, Thanksgiving Feast and offsite socials.  We came together to raise money for Kids Path (Hospice), provide food to our community through Urban Ministry, and grow our support for the United Way with another increase in contributions over 2014.  We had a good year.

Of course, taking care of our clients is always our top priority, but 2015 will be remembered for…

Oh, and the numbers? Very nice. Thanks to a truly incredible team, 2015 saw

Mark Dirks is the CEO for Beacon Technologies, but claims that Senior Web Business Consultant is more fitting. With a Masters Degree from Kansas State in Information Systems and a BS from Wake Forest in Mathematics/Computer Science, his passion is helping clients get the most out of their website and internet technology. Mark co-founded Beacon after spending a couple of years with RJ Reynolds and 13 years at AT&T. Outside of Beacon, he is an avid racquetball and softball player, while also coaching youth baseball and football.
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Mark Dirks: Mark Dirks is the CEO for Beacon Technologies, but claims that Senior Web Business Consultant is more fitting. With a Masters Degree from Kansas State in Information Systems and a BS from Wake Forest in Mathematics/Computer Science, his passion is helping clients get the most out of their website and internet technology. Mark co-founded Beacon after spending a couple of years with RJ Reynolds and 13 years at AT&T. Outside of Beacon, he is an avid racquetball and softball player, while also coaching youth baseball and football.