I hope this message finds you and your families safe and healthy.

As we are heading towards 2021, it’s good to look ahead and think about what the new year may unveil. But first, let’s take a quick look back.

2020 was quite a rollercoaster year for all of us - requiring all of us to work, think and act in new ways. The Covid-19 pandemic and the economic distress have tested all of us in so many ways and as the year comes to a close, I can gratefully summarize that we have passed all the tests with highest marks.

I would like to start with a huge thank you to all my colleagues – Thank you for all your wonderful contributions towards growth and success. We all strive to put our clients at the heart of everything we do and we sincerely would like to thank all our clients, the many long-term partners and new clients we have, for their trust, their support and their excellent cooperation with us.

Of course, there is always a lot of work ahead and I do have a wish list, which I would like to share with you:

I wish that our team continues to embrace change and progress, leading the digital transformation of companies worldwide, which is so important right now.

The Dalai Lama once said, “The greatest gift you can give a child is to prepare him for great change”. The road of transforming companies can be rocky sometimes, but I am fully confident that our team is ready to embrace all the upcoming clients and challenges and to adapt to them quickly in 2021.

All our people love what we do and our clients can feel that in every interaction. I wish that we continue to be challenged, striving for digital service at its best.

Why do I focus so much on the Kara5 team? Because I believe in the saying “If you take care of your employees, they will take care of the clients.” And happy clients are our ultimate goal.

Thank you all. We look forward to working and collaborating with you in the years to come.

I wish you and your families health before everything else, a joyous, peaceful and restful festive season and all the best in the new 2021.


Sincerely, Vojdan Karapetkovski