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December 2012
Wishing you a Happy New Year

Hey Phusers

Heartfelt greetings from the team! We hope you ring in the new year with more gusto than anyone showed for the new millenium. Because, you see, we all survived an apocalypse—and that’s cause for celebration!

I know we’ll be returning in January with high energy levels, as this is a milestone month for The Phuse. You see, we’re now officially The Phuse Inc., a huge step in our long-term plan that we’ve been working towards all year.

Incorporating is a new, sturdier foundation for our company, and it has allowed us to offer new benefits for our team. We’ll be rolling them out throughout the year, starting with healthcare benefits for everyone, and tax withholdings for our Canadian team members. Along with this, we opened new bank accounts for the incorporation, so please note that our wire transfer info has changed! (But our mailing address remains the same).

Finally, as a new entity, we’re going to have to go back through and resign all our contracts. Matt will be contacting each client individually in the new year to take care of the paperwork. The new contracts reflect the new name, and have been updated to improve language and clarity, but the terms remain the same.

Welcoming Nathan

Say hello to the newest member of our team:
Nathan Yates, a web & UI designer from Liverpool, UK. He’s a sporty, musical fella with a great eye for detail.

New Year's Resolutions

We’ll leave you with some new year’s resolutions from the team. Have a good one, folks! Keep doing what you love, and let us know how it goes!

James Spend less money at Starbucks so I can afford more important things.

Matt Schedule more time for the team to work on internal projects, and get back in climbing shape!

Jenna Work out more and get into shape!

Tessa Learn enough Rails to help build internal tools.

Tom Stop getting wired on cheap energy drinks.

Nathan To focus on and improve my weaknesses in design & to improve my knowledge of typography. Outside work: To get my 5k time down to under 20 minutes.

Alexandra I resolve to save more money and always label ALL of my Photoshop layers.

All the best from your friends, The Phuse Team

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