Editor’s Letter: June/July 2016

Welcome to our Anniversary issue 2016. To be honest, it’s really hard to pin down the number of years we existed; Native Max came to be back in 2007 but started as a business in 2012. But that’s okay, as we’re excited to add another year to our calendar.

For this issue, I decided to get personal with our readers, sharing some our biggest milestones to date from the very start to now, all from my point of view. I share with you some of the most exciting things we’ve ever done, like our trip to England last November. I also mention some of our struggles we’ve had over the years. Nonetheless, as you’ll see we certainly realized that all of our hard work from the very beginning is starting to pay off. You’ll learn about some of upcoming projects and launches that we are all excited about! We’ve been hard at work since the beginning of 2016 and can’t wait to unveil our new stuff later on this year!

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