WE•DO Adds Two Partners, Expands Powerhouse Team

By Mike McKearin

WE•DO brings on two new partners to support the company’s rapid expansion.

March 31, 2020: (Hendersonville, NC) Digital marketing firm, WE•DO Worldwide is thrilled to announce the addition of two new partners, Tom Ryan and Stephanie Kissel, and merger with Asheville-based company, Supportedly, LLC. 

Supportedly is an entrepreneurship enablement company, and longtime WE•DO client, providing support programs, actionable content, and on-demand training to entrepreneurs and ecosystem builders.

The duo comes on board to help lead the firm, bringing decades of business growth, operations, and optimization expertise, as well as the same ethos of collaboration and action fostered by WE•DO founder, Mike McKearin. 

Of the partnership, McKearin says: “Tom and Stephanie are the absolute right partners, at the right time for WE•DO’s growth. Together, we’re able to expand our services and deliver even more value to our clients- and have a bunch of fun while we’re at it!”

According to Kissel, “Joining forces with WE•DO makes sense for all the right reasons. Mike has carefully built an incredible team and a thoughtful business that truly is a strategic partner to its clients like they were to Supportedly since day-one. Tom and I are excited to contribute to the next chapter in WE•DO’s growth.” 

WE•DO’s growth has been exponential and shows no signs of slowing. This partnership comes just as WE•DO rolls out new sales and marketing automation offerings, designed to help clients drive profitable revenue and customer engagement. 

Know great marketing talent? We’re hiring! 

Mike McKearin

About Mike McKearin

Owner of WE•DO Worldwide, a b2b marketing agency building brands that can be a catalyst for positive change through collaboration and action.

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