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Jajo Expands to St. Louis

WICHITA, Kan. (July 14, 2014) — Kansas integrated marketing agency, Jajo, announces the company is expanding to the St. Louis metro area. Managing Partners Steve Randa and Shawn Stuckey opened the agency in 2003, finding success in the Wichita market, serving a variety of industries with an emphasis in general aviation. The expansion increases Jajo’s accessibility to current and future clients nationwide, as well as provide an added resource for talent acquisition. The company plans to continue its growth within Wichita, while looking forward to exploring the major industries of St. Louis. “Expansion has intrigued Shawn and I for years,” Randa said. “But we always felt a vested individual was necessary for ensured success. As a young, maturing agency we recognize heightened opportunities, and St. Louis stands out as an ideal location to stretch our wings.” While Stuckey continues to manage the Wichita office, Randa will pursue his role in St. Louis developing new business within the Gateway to the West. Agency protocol will remain the same, making Jajo’s expansion seamless. The agency expects to open a physical office by the end of 2015.

Posted on July 14, 2014
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Posted on July 14, 2014

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Recently Mike and I flew to Boston for a 5-day design binge at the 2014 HOW Design Conference, one of the largest gatherings for creative professionals around. This year’s impressive list of speakers included cultural luminaries like Malcolm Gladwell and Seth Godin, design legends Bob Gill and Stefan Sagmeister, and boundary pushers like Johnny Cupcakes. It was a rich experience to say the least. If you work in the creative industry in any capacity, there was something for you. To take in everything at an event of this magnitude is impossible — overwhelming even. But the real reward comes from being able to take away something, no matter how large or small, that improves your life in some specific way. We walked away with a few nuggets and thought we’d share a snapshot of them here. 1. Better, not more. You’ve probably heard of best-selling author Seth Godin. He writes and speaks about all kinds of ideas on changing the way we do almost everything for the better. Witnessing him dispense wisdom was a highlight for me personally. During his keynote he mentioned the concept of doing “better, not more.” Those words grabbed me by the throat because it’s a

Posted on July 2, 2014
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Posted on July 2, 2014
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