The Bawmann Group has acquired Ubiquity Group, a Denver-based marketing agency focused on the biotech and medical technology markets.
“We are blessed to be able to grow our team with the addition of Ubiquity’s talented professionals and significant international client base,” said Brad Bawmann, President and CEO of The Bawmann Group. “Our existing clients will benefit from Ubiquity’s creative team, and Ubiquity’s clients will have access to a broader range of integrated marketing expertise, including public relations, crisis communication and social media services.”
The Bawmann Group has added Kris Kitto as a senior counselor. Kitto returned to Colorado in 2013 after spending seven years in Washington, D.C., covering Congress, the White House and national politics for The Hill newspaper and other publications. He continued his policy communication work in Colorado last spring as a consultant on a project involving the new recreational marijuana market’s regulatory framework.
“We are honored to welcome Kris to the TBG team,” said Brad Bawmann, TBG president and CEO. “As a former journalist, Kris brings a unique perspective to our work with clients. His experience and expertise make him a perfect fit for our team as we all work together to consistently meet and exceed our clients’ communication goals.”
The Bawmann Group has added seven new clients: Temple University’s National Responsible Fatherhood Research Network, Detroit’s Frankel Jewish Academy, The Mothers’ Milk Bank, Porter Memorial Hospital, Congregation Bonai Shalom, Community Health Services and Rocky Mountain Gastroenterology Associates. TBG’s work includes brand development, website creation, advertising, marketing, PR, social media and community engagement.
The Bawmann Group has added Greg Morton as senior counselor. Morton has more than two decades of integrated marketing experience in both agency and corporate settings, and he will serve as team lead for several health care, education and nonprofits clients.
TBG also has been engaged to perform a variety of marketing and communication activities for several new clients, including HBO, Peak Veterinary Specialists, the Denver Arthritis Clinic and Medical Simulation Corporation. Additionally, the firm also has partnered with Denver Broncos offensive lineman Zane Beadles to launch the Zane Beadles Parade Foundation, which is dedicated to enriching the lives of young people who are faced with unfortunate situations by providing new experiences and opportunities.
Hilary Laurie has joined The Bawmann Group as an account executive. Prior to joining TBG, Hilary worked as a senior account executive in the San Francisco Bay Area developing PR and media strategies for a variety of nonprofit organizations, philanthropic events and Major League Baseball’s San Francisco Giants Community Fund.
TBG also announced it has relaunched its TBG Wired! division that will focus on all things digital.
The Colorado Health Insurance Cooperative has selected The Bawmann Group to build the non-profit’s brand platform, marketing strategy and website, as well as direct its earned/paid/owned media activities and grassroots community engagement efforts. CHIC has been awarded a $69 million loan by the federal government to create a statewide, member-owned health plan that will participate in Colorado’s Health Benefit Exchange.
TBG has also been engaged by Mirenda & Associates, a national philanthropic consulting firm, to revise its brand platform, website and earned/owned media efforts.
The Bawmann Group has been retained by medical billing management firm Pinnacle III to provide marketing strategy and services, and by Cancer Treatment Centers of America to help increase awareness about CTCA in Colorado and the Rocky Mountain West via traditional and social media services.