As The Commons noticed, we’re completely infatuated with Brattleboro, our southern Vermont hometown. Our office has a pretty sweet view of the Connecticut River and Mount Wantastiquet on the other side. If we ever need a breather from work, we can look over our shoulders and see a bald eagle or three soaring majestically above the waters that divide Vermont and New Hampshire. That’s just one reason we’re a Vermont marketing agency.
There’s no place in the world quite like southeastern Vermont. Brattleboro has an up-to-speed urban feel where visitors and locals alike frequent shops and restaurants run by our friends. It’s also minutes away from top-notch biking, skiing, hiking, and outdoor swimming, a favorite pastime of Coordinator Meryl Robinson. Our founder and chief, Luke Stafford, lives just outside of town on 15 acres of land with his wife and their two daughters. Originally from upstate New York, Luke now bleeds pure Grade A Amber Vermont maple syrup.
Though it’s possible that we could make more money outside of Windham County, we can’t imagine leaving. “We have such a tight community here,” says Luke. “I always feel like I’m included in the conversation.” Besides, with the majority of Mondo’s creative juices flowing through the Internet, we can represent a client with authentic, meaningful content from halfway around the globe (though we love working with our New England neighbors). A strong online presence is paramount in today’s marketing strategy, and Mondo has seen steady growth as a leading Vermont marketing agency since Luke founded the company in 2009.