memit’s 2015 in a nutshell

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End of the year is when the nostalgia kicks in. Taking some time off and slowing down a bit allows one to look back at everything that has happened in the foregone time. The good, the bad, and the funny.

2015 was a big year for memit – we climbed a steep mountain in development and refined our mission and vision for the tool. Also, a lot has happened for the team as well – we had several new people join the mission, we celebrated anniversaries, laughed and ate together, but most importantly, optimized the way we work and coordinate as a whole.

Let us show you some of our favorite moments in this year:

Between developing new features, fixing bugs, talking to users, working on design and trying to put our best foot forward, we rarely had the chance to look back at all that’s been done and the good times we had.

Seeing memit develop and mature as a platform gives each one of us a great deal of satisfaction, but the joy is so much greater when it’s accomplished in a positive and supportive environment. Although our team is scattered across the world, we still manage to connect on a personal level. In a memit meeting you can expect reports and ideas, but also pizza, kids, cats, funny pictures and weather updates. The human element helps us work closer and focus on contribution instead of deadlines.

Looking back at 2015, so much was accomplished and there is so much to be thankful for. This has been the best memit year so far, and we hope that the trend continues in the years to come.

And as for anyone reading this – we wish you reach your 2016 goals and would love to have you as a part of the memit journey!

All the best,
Team memit 🙂

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