Archive for the ‘Migo IQ’ Category

March 23, 2017

Migo IQ announces addition of three members to Board of Directors

By Annie Mueller

Migo IQ is pleased and honored to announce three new members to the Board of Directors. Shirley Overly, Eddie Andrus, and Kyle Ellicott will be joining Jonathan Kotthoff, CEO and founder of migo IQ.

Shirley Overly has extensive experience in investment, financial brokerage, and real estate. As the President, shareholder and principal of Haley Securities, Inc., she is responsible for investor relations and syndicating equity needed to acquire new properties.  Overly also assists in underwriting potential acquisitions and dispositions for Haley Real Estate Group.  Since 2001, Overly has been a member of the general partnership.  Prior to joining the Haley team, she was an independent consultant specializing in budgeting and financial analysis for health care companies.

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August 15, 2016

Techy TV, functional bags, and belly laughs: what we love, August 2016 edition

By Caitlin Lawson

the migo IQ team

Halfway through August already? Wow, has the time flown by! As the summer's coming to an end and the kids are going back to school (and it's still hot and humid down here in Puerto Rico), we thought it'd be a great time to liven things up with our third installment of What We Love.

July 16, 2016

Summer reads, cold cocktails, and making memories: what we love, July 2016 edition

By Caitlin Lawson

Happy Summer and welcome to the second post of our Monthly Series, "What We Love." Get to know the team at migo IQ a little bit better as they share with you the things that make them happy.

This month we feature a recommendation for your next summer read, a recipe for a refreshing Jäger Ginger cocktail, and an app to create mini-video memories.

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June 18, 2016

Against the persona, for the person: the key to brick-and-mortar success

By Annie Mueller

The most powerful writing happens when a writer forgets about the brand, the philosophy, the sales strategy, the target group, and simply writes as one person to another.

It's powerful because it's real. Ultimately, no matter what form of communication we use to share our ideas with each other, we are all limited: I am an individual, and so are you. I am tied to my individuality, my own perspective, as you are tied to yours. When I speak, no matter what pronoun or "voice" I use, I am, ultimately, always speaking as one person to another. One single, unique voice to one single, unique listener.

June 15, 2016

The migo story, part 1: "It's a filter for the world."

By Annie Mueller

There are as many different stories about our startup as there are people involved in it. Here is Annie's story.

It was at the rebranding meeting that I knew I was in. Really, totally in. Committed. As in, "willing to get rid of our stuff, sell our house, leave behind our family and friends, and move our four kids to a new place far from home" committed.

I'll tell you why.

Why is because the day before that meeting, I'd been grocery shopping with our four kids. They're good kids, but when there are four of them aged 4 to 9, and you're trying to read a list, navigate aisles, and answer 2,374 questions about the universe and what's for breakfast next week on a Tuesday, your brain begins to fracture.