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For the second year in a row, I’ve been nominated and a finalist as San Diego’s Most Admired CEO, a highly coveted award presented by the San Diego Business Journal:

http://sdbj.com/news/2017/may/29/most-admired-ceo-awards-honor-talented-leaders

It is the honor of my life to lead such a hard working, passionate, fun, and loving group of people, and to have their trust to guide the ship. We have ambitious plans, and the wind isn’t always behind our back, but the reason I am able to set the sails and continue pushing toward our goals is only made possible by the talented, smart, and thoughtful people who are on board with me.

In the past 2 years we’ve grown from 8 people to over 50. What has amazed me most throughout this rapid growth is how close our group is. We call it our Agentolofamily.  Nothing makes me happier than to see Facebook posts of our team members hanging out after hours, and even traveling together as friends.

Our team even looks forward to Mondays! (yes, you read that right). On Friday, we’re shouting “Only 3 more days!” at the office. I’ve never had more fun and been more proud of our team, and I thank them for this award and for allowing me the great honor to lead them.

With gratitude,

David Tal
CEO, Verse, Inc.