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Commercial Progression Celebrates One Year in Northville

It feels like just yesterday we were unpacking boxes, building furniture, and celebrating our new office opening for Commercial Progression in downtown Northville. This past year has flown by, bringing us a lot of exciting work with great companies and our local community.

In the past year we’ve doubled in size, bringing on new team members to help us with marketing, design, and drupal web development (we’re still hiring, too!). We’ve launched websites for global brands like our TRW re-launch, University of Michigan, and even the State of Michigan. We’ve continued to expand our services to big brands and local companies alike.

Community is important to us at Commercial Progression, and this year we were able to support both the Drupal community and the Michigan technology community. In May, we took the entire team out to the DrupalCon Portland conference and had a blast learning what is in store for the future of Drupal and web design. We also became one of only 20 companies to support Drupal.org as Durpal Association Supporting Partners.

Michigan is a great state for starting a technology company, and we’re excited to give back locally. This year we were proud sponsors for the first ever Code Michigan hackathon event, inspiring coding for a civic cause. We hosted local “Coffee and Coder” workshops focused on contributing back to the Drupal project including one event that was part of the Global Drupal Code print Weekend in March.

We're also excited to see that we're joined with other great technology companies. We’re thankful for a great year and looking forward to growing in Northville along with companies like Digital Roots, Kidpreneur, and the new Village Workshop.

Come stop by any Thursday for our crockpot thursdays, or join us at our next Michigan Drupal event. We’re grateful to be a part of a great state and great community, and can’t wait to see what our next year brings us.

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