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Marks has grown Mindgrub from a five-person mobile and web development agency set up in the basement of his home to a 50-plus-person company with sales offices in several other East Coast cities and a new mobile gaming division.
A point of pride for him, as he told Technically Baltimore last September, is that he built Mindgrub with his own money.
“If you’ve taken investment dollars, that’s not a big pat on the back, congratulations,” he said. “You can’t claim that you’re an entrepreneur until you’ve turned that profit … otherwise you’re just hemorrhaging someone’s money.”