Thanks to our wonderful clients, 2012 was a great year for Breakthrough. Our team has grown as a result of new projects with new clients, and our ongoing – and growing, relationships with our long-standing client "family".
The tech world has always been in a state of constant flux but mobility has caused a disruption beyond the norm. Doug Wilson, our managing partner, recently elaborated on how mobility factors into what we call the Post-Internet Renaissance during the Technology Executive Club’s Mobility Seminar this past November.
What would you call a period in our history when a convergence of ideas, of technology, of politics, economics, intellectual achievement, artistic endeavor lead to a unparalleled flowering of culture that changed the world?
The Renaissance, of course.
Because creative minds have to have fun, the office has transformed into a haunted work zone for Halloween. So far we have seen some devil's, Cleopatra, a genie, Winnie the Pooh and Dr. Horrible, but there are still plenty more haunts and tricks waiting to happen.
On Sunday, October 7, 2012, runners from all 50 states and over 100 countries came out to Chicago to compete in The Bank of America Chicago Marathon. The marathon is held yearly and is one of the five World Marathon Majors and has approximately 37,455 runners competing this year. Among those runners was one of Breakthrough's developers, Christopher Nolden.