Breaking News For Immediate Release - April 1, 2021
Leading Inbound Marketing Agency, Kuno Creative, announced revenues today that reached the $100 Million mark.
Founder and CEO, Chris Knipper, credited the passionate and dedicated work of the Kuno team for this landmark achievement.
"I'm immensely thankful to everyone at Kuno for making this possible. It makes all the long nights, the endless Mountain Dew and stale Doritos worthwhile."
Co-Owner and Executive Vice President, John McTigue identified the key values of culture and community as cornerstones of Kuno's success:
"Building a culture of innovation and creativity has always been a priority for Kuno. And whether it's inbound marketing for our clients or ourselves, we focus on building and engaging an expansive community."
Industry partners lavished praise as well. Former HubSpot CEO and newly minted Google CEO, Brian Halligan, joked about CEO Knipper's affinity for the Grateful Dead:
"I knew Chris was destined for greatness the minute he told me he played in a Greatful Dead cover band in college. For me, the Greatful Dead were the very first inbound marketers."
Current and former employees were enthusiastic about the news. Former long time Account Manager and current mother of 7, Laura Liatti, gushed about her time at Kuno:
"The people of Kuno consistently amazed me. Work was an adventure I looked forward to every day."
Senior Graphic Designers and multiple ADDY award winners, Dan Ulichney, Walt Winchel and Jim Skidmore, were all in agreement on Kuno's secret sauce - lightning fast Apple computers.
Director of Account Services, Jami Schneider, probably summed up everyone's sentiment best using one simple phrase: