OrangeSoda in the New York Times

14 Apr 2011 | written by Dan Garfield for the OrangeSoda News section(s)

Hey look at that! The New York Times did a little piece about our company and founder Jay Bean.

From the article

If you search the Internet for the word “blackberry,” the first result you are likely to find is the smartphone, not the fruit.

Similarly, the top result in a recent search for orange soda was not a soft drink, but OrangeSoda, a company based in American Fork, Utah, that creates online marketing campaigns for small- and medium-size businesses. OrangeSoda, which was founded in 2006 by Jay Bean, has 175 employees and 6,000 customers. Mr. Bean said that the company’s revenue was $19 million in 2010, and that he expected it to reach $32 million this year. But not all of his ventures have been successful. In 2005, he started a retail business that failed, but that helped him better understand the marketing needs of his small-business clients.

Read the rest at nytimes.com

Dan Garfield
From the world of startups, Dan Garfield is the Senior Brand Manager at OrangeSoda, and author of The 5 Stages of Online Marketing. P.S. He's beat Super Mario Bros 3 without using a warp whistle.
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