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IMA’s Make A Difference Day | Denver Event Photographer

IMA is an employee-owned diversified financial services company, with a mission to protect assets and make a difference in the communities in which they work and live.

For this year’s Make A Difference Day the team meet up at the Children’s Museum for some around the area clean up! I love how even spouses and children were invited to help. What a great thing to instill in our youth!

Thank you IMA for making our home Denver a better place!

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CoBiz Biz Bash 2017 | Denver Event Photographer

CoBiz Financial held their annual Biz Bash celebration at The Fillmore Auditorium here in Denver this year. The event benefited Arapahoe House of Denver and The Boys and Girls Club of Denver.

Through their silent auction money was raised for both of these great foundations. Amazing food was provided by Occasions Catering and entertainment was provided by the country super band Big and Rich. Big and Rich got the entire place in a frenzy! An amazing time was had by all!

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Kids Mobility Network | Denver Corporate Photographer

Every quarter, Colorado Business Bank’s CoBiz Cares Foundation donates to local non-profits in need. We are so lucky to be able to be apart of the process in a small way.

Kids Mobility Network is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization providing children with disabilities with durable medical equipment such as wheelchairs, walkers and other medical equipment. Their operate their organization with caring and integrity.

To learn more about Kids Mobility Network, click HERE.

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The Kempe Foundation | Denver Event Photography

The Kempe Foundation Kempe provides direct clinical care to children suffering from abuse and neglect.  

For their 2017 Imagine Dinner, at the Denver Center for Performing Arts, The Kempe Center is celebrating 45 years as a Center of Excellence in the prevention and treatment of child abuse and neglect. Imagine 2017 is a signature dinner event honoring Kempe’s 45-year history and inspiring support for the future.

If you would like to learn more about the foundation please click HERE.

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Keeping your Company Healthy in 2017 | Denver Corporate Photographer

Untitled design (12)In 2016 I learned a lot about what you need to do to keep your company afloat! Here are my favorite tips for keeping your company healthy in 2017.

1. Communication is number one. Everyone in the company should be well versed in at least a little bit of everything. An open office space can help with that. People can bounce ideas off of each other throughout the day and everyone hears whats going on in the office so everyone is well informed.

2. Outreach. Putting yourself out there and reaching out to potential clients is a great way for growth in your company and with yourself. You will hear a lot of no-s, but when a yes comes it will all be worth it. With this you will begin to build confidence in yourself and in turn your company.

3. Company Culture. A happy company is a productive company! You don’t have to, or shouldn’t need to, hold your employees hands everyday at work, but a good job or a compliment here and there is a nice feeling for anyone. Throwing compliments around willy nilly could be detrimental to a company. Let your employees know when they do a good job and have a chat when something goes wrong.

4. Client interaction. Is key. The way you interact with your clients is what will make them return to you or not. Keep control of every situation, but make them feel they are valued and understood.

5. Brainstorming. A monthly brainstorming session for all departments is a great exercise. Talk about new ideas to try, the good, the bad and the ugly. Talking, writing everything out in a Google Doc and working on what is good and what is not will help develop good ideas and eliminate the not so great ideas.

What are your plans to keep your company healthy and growing this year? Share them in the comments below and good luck!keeping your company healthy (1)