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36creative Thanks Dean Kacos from Mosaic Technology for Assisting in this Year’s Inspired Contest
New Hampshire creative agency chooses a non-profit organization that exhibits extraordinary compassion and concern for their community, as well as a strong influence in helping the community.
DEAN KACOS AND MOSAIC TECHNOLOGY
Kacos has enjoyed an affluent career in the businesses of IT technology and finance. He was named Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of the North American unit of Jabra before working for Mosaic Technology. Jabra is a global company that specializes in headset technology. Kacos displayed an enormous amount of knowledge and skill at the company. He then moved to Mosaic Technology in 2008, where he was named Chief Operating Officer. Kacos handles day-to-day operations as well as financial and administrative processes.
MOSAIC TECHNOLOGY’S INFLUENCE
Mosaic Technology has been a thriving business for the past 15 years. They help to provide solutions to and evaluate the IT (information technology) infrastructures to companies all around the world. One of their two locations is in the Salem, New Hampshire area. The enormous influence of Mosaic Technology and its location has caught 36creative’s attention. Choosing judges for their Inspired contest means picking those in the New Hampshire area with a high profile and important name. Dean Kacos fit that bill in both respects and turned out to be an amazing judge.
There were a total of five judges. Four of them came from the 36creative team and one of them, which was Kacos, acted as the mediator. The judges discussed among themselves and began the process of deciding the winner of the Inspired contest. There were many organizations to choose from and the opinions of others can invariably clash. In the event of this, Kacos was expected to step in. He was a great choice for two reasons. Being so successful in his field often comes from having a very levelheaded point of view. He also, as a non-member of the team, was capable of being even more objective.
When the final decision was made, Sophia’s Fund was announced as the winner. The organization was founded by Ben Donnarumma, who lost his daughter Sophia to cancer when she was only four years old. It’s a volunteer organization that provides support to families who have lost their children to cancer or have children battling cancer. As the winner, Sophia’s Fund will receive free web design, as well as free online and SEM consultation, in order to improve their site. Winning the contest also gives them free and increased exposure, so they can continue furthering their noble cause.
Through their Inspired contest, 36creative is able to do wonders for such great organizations. This year, the New Hampshire creative agency owes a great deal to Dean Kacos and the wonderful job he performed as judge. For more info on 36creative please visit http://36creative.com.