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Yeti's 2022 Year in Review

By
Summer Swann
-
December 21, 2022

2022 has been record breaking here at Yeti! This year we’ve had the opportunity to build and launch more products than ever before - and have really found our groove as a remote team, coming out of covid. Let’s take a look back at 2022 in Yeti’s year in review!

Web3

As much of the tech world , we were very involved in Web3 this year including:

E-Commerce

We’re very lucky to have some amazing, long term e-commerce clients. This year we:

Non-Profits

One of the most rewarding areas we’ve spent a lot of time on this past year has been our work with nonprofits:

Everything Else!

We also had the opportunity to work on several more exciting, new projects, including:

Internal Projects

We’ve also had the opportunity to work on a ton of internal projects this year, including:

All in all we’ve had a great year here at Yeti, doing what we love: building and launching software with amazing people. Our business is driven off the long term relationships we have with employees and clients, past and present - and we consider ourselves incredibly lucky to have the opportunity  to be surrounded by people who seek out meaningful and worthwhile problems, experiment and creatively collaborate to solve them.

Happy Holidays! We’re  looking forward to building more amazing things together with you all in 2023!

Summer is Yeti's Marketing Manager. When not working, you can find her searching for thrift store treasure, hiking in the Sierra Nevadas, camping in her vintage camper, cooking vegan treats and reading anything she can get her hands on. Summer lives surrounded by wilderness in the remote mountains of California.

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