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The Whole is Greater than the Sum of its Parts

Ideba held its first QBR of the year last week, and while we were reviewing all the great work for our clients, it got me thinking about the mechanics of our team. As it stands now, Ideba is made up of eight full-time employees, multiple…

Things Billionaires are Doing

Jeff Bezos leaves his CEO post of Amazon. The conspiracy theories of why started immediately, fostered by people that couldn’t believe the richest man on the planet just might want to bugger off with a full wallet. But, no humanitarian next…

Giving Back

If you’re like me and want to focus more on giving back in 2021 (and beyond), here are some of the Ideba team’s favorite non-profit organizations. Let’s start with my favorites first… If you’ve followed along with our blogs in…

Celebrating Ideba’s 10th-Anniversary the Best Way Possible

Well, I guess we’re not a start-up anymore! As a business owner, I often get asked “how’s business”. Most would respond with “great” (sometimes even if it’s not…). Others would answer, “great, revenue’s up”, or…

Uganda 2020: Perri Read

Top three things I’m looking forward to most from the 2020 trip: Contributing firsthand to a project that Ideba has been supporting for a long time. I’m excited to see what the school looks like and gain a more in depth understanding…

Supportive

As you’ve probably been reading, everyone at Ideba has been posting a blog of the one word that represents Ideba, from their point of view. When I was asked to come up with my one word, “supportive” immediately came to mind. This for…

Mentorship

I recently had the opportunity to engage in an in-depth discussion with several women who have leadership roles at their respective companies regarding a variety of topics. During the discussion, the subject of mentorship was brought up. Many…
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Rebuilding in Lumberton

A new adventure I’ve said this in previous blog posts, but I’m going to say it again. One of the things I love about Ideba is the focus on giving back. We do that locally by helping support West Union Elementary with school supplies and…

Another Day. Another Trip to Uganda.

We’re about a week away now from our annual trip to Uganda, to visit the school that we support with classroom supplies, solar lanterns, and livestock. An inspiring, resourceful place, where the people seem to have multiple uses for just about…