our work

dovetail solutions’ mission is to help our clients succeed by connecting them in meaningful ways to the communities they serve. We conduct our work openly, honestly and with integrity and we encourage our clients do the same.

Whether it be the foundational brand elements, marketing/sales tools, a website or in-depth PR/media programs, dovetail solutions excels at every effort we put forth on behalf of our clients.

Awards, Recognition & Current Initiatives

On occasion, dovetail solutions is fortunate enough to be recognized for our work, either within our community or with specific clients and campaigns with which we have worked. This recognition may be in the form of an award, or simply a kind word or two about the dovetail team that has come from a client or partner. Listed below is a sampling of some recent kudos we have received.

It is a privilege to continue to do good work on behalf of our clients and our community!

Pro-Business Colorado, July 2, 2016 
Andy Boian discusses communications and working with the media with host Dave Tabor and guest Dave Hensley (The School Communications Agency).

To listen to the podcast, click here.

Pro-Business Colorado, April 23, 2016
Andy Boian discusses crisis communications, strategic community investment and more with host Dave Tabor.

To listen to the podcast, click here.
Part 1 – Mike Shaw (Mike Shaw Automotive) and Andy Boian (dovetail solutions): 40:07 – 53:57
Part 2 – Andy Boian (dovetail solutions) and Michael Hranicka (Microstar Logistics): 0:00 – 20:12

The Washington Post, Sept. 12, 2015 – Tech company: No indication that Clinton’s e-mail server was ‘wiped’
The company that managed Hillary Rodham Clinton’s private e-mail server said it has “no knowledge of the server being wiped,” the strongest indication to date that tens of thousands of e-mails that Clinton has said were deleted could be recovered. To make the information go away permanently, a server must be wiped — a process that includes overwriting the underlying data with gibberish, possibly several times. That process, according to Platte River Networks, the ­Denver-based firm that has managed the system since 2013, apparently did not happen. “Platte River has no knowledge of the server being wiped,” company spokesman Andy Boian told The Washington Post. “All the information we have is that the server wasn’t wiped.”

For the full article, click here.

The Wall Street Journal, Aug. 19, 2015 – Hillary Clinton Campaign Says Classified Emails Were on Server
Hillary Clinton’s campaign said Wednesday that emails on the private server she used when she was secretary of state contained material that is now classified, the clearest explanation thus far of an issue that has roiled her bid for the presidency. The firm hired to handle the server in June 2013 after Mrs. Clinton left office was a 40-person company in Denver more accustomed to handling tech chores such as network monitoring and cybersecurity for banks, law firms and construction companies. Platte River Networks didn’t know about any classified material on the server, a spokesman, Andy Boian, said Wednesday. Mr. Boian said the Clinton server was picked up at the Clintons’ home in New York and moved to a “secure data center in New Jersey,” where it operated until last week. He said the computer was operational when Platte River took possession of it. “It was an email server,” he said, “That’s what they used it for.”

For the full article, click here.

dovetail solutions Selected as the PRSA Public Relations Team of the Year 2015
The comprehensive public relations expertise of Sage Hospitality, Dunn Communications, Larimer Associates, dovetail solutions and Aiello Public Relations led one of the most successful campaigns of the year – the grand opening of Denver Union Station. The completion of this highly-anticipated $54 million renovated Denver landmark was phased throughout 2014 to achieve maximum publicity and included multiple press conferences, media round-tables, a fundraising gala and a free public “street party” grand opening. Editorial news coverage included features in 65 publications with a combined circulation of 116 million readers extending even beyond the Front Range to include NPR’s All Things Considered, Conde Nast Traveler, The New York Times and USA Today.

For the full article, click here.

In 2014, dovetail solutions partners with Colorado Succeeds & GoBistro
Colorado Succeeds is a nonprofit, non-partisan coalition of business leaders committed to improving the state’s education system for workforce development and economic growth. GoBistro provides prepared meals featuring nutritionally balanced, healthy, international cuisine delivered to all the places one lives, works and plays in Denver.

McWhinney transforms Denver Union Station
Our client, McWhinney, transforms Denver’s Union Station and contributes to the progression of Denver and its thriving community. We are thrilled to see this project completed and open to the public.

For the full article, please click here.


Waste Farmers wins top honors in Denver’s JumpStart Biz Plan Competition
Congratulations to Waste Farmers, a sustainable agriculture company, for being selected as the winner of the Denver Office of Economic Development’s JumpStart Biz Plan Award! As the competition’s public relations sponsor, we are working with Waste Farmers to provide strategic marketing services.

For more information, please click here.

Colorado Real Estate Journal, June 5 – June 18, 2013: Featured Article with Andy Boian regarding “Now is the time to plan: crisis communications for managers”
Emergency situations, even disasters, happen all the time, calling for immediate action. If you are the manager of a property in which a crisis takes place, it is imperative for you to have a well-organized action plan in place so you are equipped to begin resolving the situation, communicating with the media and reassuring residents. To be without a strategy in this kind of situation puts both you and your property at risk. The time is now for you to develop a crisis communications plan that allows you to respond with clear direction and messaging for everyone involved.

ICOSA, Volume 4/Issue 3, Pg. 68-69: Featured Article with Andy Boian regarding “Stability in Motion” (October 2012)
“The ideal business climate is one that holds relationships to a higher standard. Trust, integrity, honesty and loyalty are key aspects of any great decision maker–in business, in politics, in life.” Boian and his team built dovetail solutions into a one-of-a-kind public relations, branding and positioning firm that specializes in strategic communications, crisis communications, social media, employee communications and their exclusive Strategic Community Investment–invest in the community and people will reinvest in you. dovetail solution’s campaigns integrate the client’s company into the communities they serve, promoting their business and leveraging their reputations.

City of Denver’s JumpStart Biz Plan Awards to Honor Best in Small Business
The Denver Office of Economic Development (OED) will honor the best and brightest ideas in small business this fall through its first ever JumpStart Biz Plan Awards. The program will recognize the top ten start-up and early-stage business plan finalists with tools to help their businesses thrive in Denver. The grand prize includes a $50,000 cash award, one year of office space at Galvanize’s G1.0 building, 35 hours of legal counsel provided by Polsinelli Shughart, 60 hours of tax/accounting services provided by Deloitte, 60 hours of strategic marketing services from dovetail solutions, and social media consulting from WideFoc.us.

For more information or to apply, click here. Or for a short clip from 9news, click here.

JoAnne Davidson, The Denver Post: Launching a “new day for Kempe”; Going “Over the Edge” for Cancer League
What is being described as a “new day for Kempe” continues to take shape as new leaders step into top-level jobs at the Anschutz Medical Campus-based agency that is an international leader in child abuse prevention and treatment.

Dr. Des Runyan, an expert in helping children recover not only from physical abuse but from what that abuse does to their mental health, is to begin his tenure as director of the Kempe Center in August. He comes to Colorado from the University of North Carolina, where he was a professor of social medicine and pediatrics.

Patricia Peterson became president and chief executive of the Kempe Foundation seven months ago, succeeding Jesse Wolff, who left to take a similar position with Goodwill Industries of Denver. Investment banker Jon Kruljac’s term as chair of the Kempe Foundation board has ended, and Andy Boian, head of dovetail solutions, is its new leader.

dovetail solutions was honored to receive the Public Relations Society of America Silver Pick Award for “True Sustainability Goes Beyond Green Building Effort” piece.

dovetail solutions was honored to receive Denver Business Journal’s “Partnership in Philanthropy” award. dovetail solutions was recognized as the “Small Business of the Year for Partnership in Philanthropy” by the Denver Business Journal.


dovetail solutions Andy Boian & Gordon Miller start foundation, ExecConnect.
ExecConnect is a group of local executives, community leaders and business owners with a mission to harness the energy of the group’s valued relationships and related knowledge to further the prosperity of our community. ExecConnect differs from other membership-based professional organizations by connecting leadership from the public; private and nonprofit sectors, exposing you to the nexus of influence within the Denver metro area and beyond, and giving you access to the region’s top decision makers.