Denver PR Blog


Egg Strategy Latest to Flee Boulder for Denver
February 11, 2020, 8:00 am
Filed under: Boulder, Denver, Public Relations

PR and advertising firm Egg Strategy is the latest firm to make the move from Boulder to Denver to escape exorbitant rents and long commutes for employees who would rather live in (comparatively) affordable Denver. Egg, which also has offices in Chicago and New York, will relocate to the SugarCube Building at 15th & Blake. Said Egg Strategy President Matthew Singer:

“We’re going to where the growth is to make it easy to attract top talent and to put us in closer reach to the consumers at the heart of our human-centered process as well as the clients we serve.”

Put through the PR-to-English translator:

“Boulder is expensive as %$^#. Until we figure out how to AI our way out of having employees, it’s off the table. So, Denver.”



Farewell to a Boulder Original
May 29, 2012, 8:00 am
Filed under: Boulder

Tomorrow, Ef Rodriguez departs Boulder for Amsterdam, a city famous for its bicycles and pot (if Amsterdam had more Subarus, Ef might not even realize he had moved). Best of luck to you, Ef. Come back home soon.

(Photo: Andrew Murray/@asketchyfish)



Ignite Boulder Tonight
September 2, 2010, 8:06 am
Filed under: Boulder, Events, Ignite Boulder

Ignite Boulder 12 is tonight. Doors open at 6, show starts at 7. Tickets are a mere $10, and the speakers are:

Amy C. Christensen @expandoutdoors Stripping down on Kaua’i
Jeremy Tanner @penguin On Travel
Stephanie Lee Su-Ling @nuancechaser The Rationality of Fear
John Common @johncommon Beautiful Empty
Andrew Hyde @andrewhyde How To Build a Trail
Kendall Ruth @iamkendal Inconceivable or That Word Doesn’t Mean What You Think it Means
Jesse Weaver @jweav1 The Independence Day Theory: Why an Alien Visit may be Humanity’s Only Hope for Survival
Mary Kuehner @daisycakes Life Lessons of a Children’s Librarian
Rise Keller @vanillagrrl Baking at High Altitude: It’s All About Atmospheric Pressure
Sam Stauffer @redhead_wilma Take a Chill Pill: Dealing with Anxiety Disorders and other Mental Illnesses
Kate Brown @invinciblekate Lunch Lady Land – Food Activists on the Front Lines of the Childhood Obesity Battle
Danya Michael @theroseinbloom Fairy Tales as Education, or Why It’s OK to Read Harry Potter after High School
Emma Nicoletti @dollemma A Post Apocalyptic Experience without an Apocalypse: Working as a Waitress.
Joel Gratz @gratzo Hire a Meteorologist, Not a Stock Broker.



TEDxBoulder
July 19, 2010, 6:05 am
Filed under: Boulder, Events

Saturday, August 7, 2010
Chautauqua Auditorium, Boulder
Featuring: Alex Bogusky, Jared Polis, James Mejia, 17 others
Click here for details



CU Ranks High on GQ’s Douchometer
August 26, 2009, 3:16 pm
Filed under: Boulder, CU Boulder

Congratulations to University of Colorado at Boulder, which was named one of the Top 10 Douchiest Colleges in the U.S. by GQ Magazine. The Top 10 rankings are largely a mix of Ivy-ish schools and universities you’ve never heard of:

15. Notre Dame (not part of the Top 10 but included for Elaine Ellis and Dan Welch)
10. University of Colorado at Boulder
9. Charter College
8. Rollins College
7. Amherst College
6. Bob Jones University
5. Deep Springs
4. Harvard
3. Princeton
2. Duke
1. Brown

(Hat tip to 5280)



Daily Camera Moving Print Operations, Planning Layoffs
October 3, 2008, 8:52 pm
Filed under: Boulder, Boulder Daily Camera, Layoffs

The Boulder Daily Camera is moving its remaining printing and packaging operations from Boulder to Denver and plans to lay off nearly 30 more workers by the end of this month.



Post Health/Science Reporter to Join NOAA/CU in Boulder
May 15, 2008, 2:46 pm
Filed under: Boulder, Denver Post

Denver Post reporter Katy Human, who covers the health and science beat, is leaving to join NOAA/CU in Boulder as a science writer/editor for internal and external publications.