I am so excited for 2019. Don’t get me wrong, 2018 was amazing; I am ready for all the partnerships and challenges coming my way. From commercial real estate to transit-oriented developers, to private equity partners, to social impact firms – we are thrilled to be jumping into 2019 ready to rock.
What a summer it has been! I have been blessed to have the best partners – continuing to communicate simply and grow their businesses. TRI Pointe Homes Colorado: As of this last week, TRI Pointe has surpassed 200 net sales in the Denver Metro market. Our goal is to continue organic growth in this market.Continue reading “Mid-Year Partner Update”
Having some fun with cash cards for Shear Bella Salon and DroneMapper‘s use of new logo and typeface!
When managing multiple social campaigns, it’s crucial to have the ability to create content for a client. See some of my favorites with my favorite clients! In today’s rapid response climate – affordable, authentic media is crucial! Enjoy a couple pics from Shear Bella Salon, TRI Pointe Homes – Colorado, Ohana Grille and Springs Automotive Group.
As I sat down to write down my goals for the new year, one theme kept emerging. In business, in marketing, at home, with children, and with strangers. It’s all about the communication. I look back on the year and realize how many things could have been solved quicker (or simpler) with good communication. IContinue reading “2018: The Year of Communication”
When we get down to the nitty-gritty of business, it’s about quality leads. In home building, there was a time we would train to $700 per lead walking through the sales office door. We would spend big money in marketing before the downturn; TV, radio, print, billboards, direct mailer, and on and on and on.Continue reading “I love Facebook Lead Ads.”
It’s pretty nice to decide who you want to work with. We tend to have partners that are pillars of the industry, go-getters who are down to Earth who get sh*t done. They know where they want to go – and we help get them there. From real estate to restaurant, small business to government,Continue reading “we love our partners.”
After fifteen years of climbing the corporate ladder, role-playing negotiations for raises and promotions, growing corporate teams and juggling office politics; I quit. I had accepted a dream position at a large real estate company in the hippest part of town. Offered more money than I had ever received before. And felt empty. I wasn’t inContinue reading “how we got started.”