Mesh Omnimedia has announced an expansion to Colorado Springs in order to serve clients on the front range of the Rockies as well as the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. While co-founders Stephen and Shannon Mackey will relocate their family and winery from Northern Virginia to Woodland Park, a small community just to the west of the Springs known as “The City Above the Clouds”, they plan on maintaining their active membership in the Loudoun business community.
The flexibility of frequent travel will allow them to continue working closely on their recently awarded five-year subcontracting project for a Federal agency, as well as several other Loudoun-based clients. Woodland Park is located near the central technology companies that support the Colorado defense industry, and is just a short drive from the Denver Tech Center, which according to Stephen, “positions Mesh as the only creative agency with offices in both the Denver Tech Center and Dulles Technology Corridor”.
Mesh Omnimedia commenced operations in Colorado Springs in July of 2016, and immediately began working with several businesses in the area. Long time resident Sabrina Kelley, Manager of Digital Strategy, is the company’s first Colorado employee. She focuses on managing accounts while fostering client relationships, and is instrumental in developing and deploying digital marketing programs, social media planning, content development, and traditional media channel strategy. Mesh is currently working on expanding their team in both locations.
Loudoun County, and the lasting relationships formed there, has been instrumental in Mesh’s growth and successes, and will continue to be home to Mesh for years to come. Looking forward, Mesh Omnimedia is eager to become involved members of the Colorado Springs business community, service larger accounts, and receive recognition and opportunities nationally.