On November 1st we officially said goodbye to ObsidianEdge and welcomed Marketing Nomads as our new brand. We had been toying with the idea of a rebrand for some time, because frankly every time we tried to tell someone our company name we were met with stares of confusion and no one could ever spell it, but it had meaning to us and we were reluctant to let go of our first incarnation.
Were extremely excited to announce that last month Scott & I moved from beautiful Costa Rica to equally beautiful (but very different) Idaho. This is an exciting move both for us personally, and for ObsidianEdge and we're planning on lots of new services and growth over the coming months.
We will be announcing more in the coming months.
I have always felt that good experiences should be shouted about as loudly as negative ones. I have probably spoken to call center supervisors, and written letter to companies about positive experiences twice as often as I have about negative, and I've found it to be one of the most pleasurable things I can do.
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It feels like much longer than 2 months since we first announced the launch of ObsidianEdge, and looking back, we’ve packed a lot into those months. With the dust settling, we’ve managed to catch our breath, and thought we would let everyone know what we have been up to.
Since our launch back in May, we realised that the site design didn’t really match the culture of the organization we wanted to build; so, following