MATI Energy is closing out the year with a focus on growth.

The company, which makes energy drinks from fresh fruit juices, is set to expand, says founder Tatiana Birgisson.

“2015 has been a year of setting up systems and implementing processes,” said Birgisson, “so that we can scale up in 2016.”

The company plans to double the size of their staff, including adding a sales position that will be based in Georgia.

According to Birgisson, the company plans to hire a director of sales, a director of finance, and a growth hacker, in addition to the sales position in Georgia.

The company recently inked a deal with Anheuser-Busch wholesaler Harris, which also represents Monster Energy and New Leaf Tea. MATI is poised for expansion beyond their partnership with Whole Foods, said Birgisson, where the company’s products are currently discounted for a November special.

The company will also be conducting a pilot partnership with distributor R.A. Jefferies, to increase expansion and distribution in North Carolina, the Southeast, and the Mid-Atlantic.

The expansion is driven by a desire to add staff with experience in growing and scaling a consumer product company, said Birgisson. The company is actively recruiting for these positions, and anticipating dramatic growth in early 2016.