First came the Silicon Valley tech firms. Now here comes the publicity.
Marketing and Advertising
The lowly chairlift safety bar may be in for a digital upgrade if three Centennial entrepreneurs can bring their vision to ski mountains this winter.
The California-based company plans to hire around 150 more workers for the Denver office in 2017.
After a decade at its office in Westminster, the firm’s 250-plus Denver employees will file into a larger workspace.
A Denver-based marketing and web development house has designed websites for businesses in Aspen and Golden, but it didn’t have to look that far for office space.
They hope to use experience working with outdoor industry brands while at Factory Design Labs as a starting point to pitch businesses that also want to reach a young, physically active audience.
The Denver-based marketers had been plagued for months by disgruntled former customers claiming the 10-year-old firm had failed to pay recent bills.
A web-based firm that targets digital customers for ad agencies added $2.4 million to expand its engineering marketing and sales teams.
The phones at Denver advertising firm Karsh Hagan rang and rang last week, as news spread that one of the firm’s namesakes, Phil Karsh, had died at the age of 81.
A media company started rolling out ads mounted on a wagon, that employees push like a shopping cart, on the 16th Street Mall in January.