Among those hiring this week are Colorado State’s Athletic Department, Exclusive Resorts, The Gill Foundation, Nina McLemore, Quantum, Raytheon and Reproductive Medicine Center.
BusinessWeek takes a look at how women are the driving force behind Internet-based social media networks such as Facebook and MySpace. While twentysomething men are still well represented on social media networks, they are far less active than their female counterparts. So, what implications does that have on the brands you represent? (Here is the data behind the story.)
U.S. Law Radio interviews Denver’s own Steven “Steve” Silvers of GBSM on public relations in litigation environments. The piece is about five minutes long, and definitely worth a listen.
GroundFloor Media has picked up the SABRE award for “Best Boutique Agency to Work For.” Grammatics aside, it is quite an honor, and follows the agency being named by the Denver Business Journal as the “Best Place to Work in Denver” in the small company category last November.
Among other things, GroundFloor was recognized for its low turnover rate of approximately 6 percent, which got us thinking about which Denver agency has the highest turnover. If you think you have a contender, email us and let us know.
Rocky Mountain News media critic Dave Kopel takes Westword to task for its “snarky” articles.