Mondo Mediaworks hits $1M in revenue, donates $1,000 to local charity and hires two new employees.
Mondo Mediaworks, a growing digital marketing agency, recently celebrated major accomplishments in business and community. Just over five years after opening its doors, the company’s gross revenues hit $1M. At the same time, Mondo created two new positions, bringing its total to nine employees, and expanded its office in the Hooker Dunham building in downtown Brattleboro. The new videographer position was filled by Jacklyn Bunch, and the analyst job was awarded to Georgia Pearson.
“This milestone wouldn’t have happened without the extreme talent and dedication of the Mondo team,” said Luke Q. Stafford, Mondo’s owner. “And of course, the community and landscape that sustains us creatively. That’s why it’s important for us to give back.”
To “return the favor,” as Stafford said, Mondo will be donating $1,000 to local organizations. $500 will go to Newfane Anew, a community revitalization group, and $500 is going to Groundworks Collaborative, a homeless support network.
Bringing a B.A. in Film Studies from Keene State College to the table, along with a year of professional video production experience, Bunch contributes her nonlinear editing and award-winning videography skills to the Mondo crew. “I am thrilled to be a part of this team right in the heart of Brattleboro,” said Bunch. “It’s inspiring to work with a crew and community that is so close-knit.”
Recently graduated with a B.S.B.A in Marketing and Communications from Elon University in North Carolina, Pearson brings valuable analytical skills and graphic design talent to the Mondo Mediaworks team. “I’m excited to contribute what I’ve learned in school to Mondo’s growing business,” said Pearson. “There’s a ton of creative potential in the content marketing industry.”