Events Worth (Virtually) Attending

Julia Bulotti Blog, Uncategorized

The world is looking very different than the last time you caught up with The Ripple Effect. With our new reality settling in following the coronavirus pandemic, the way we approach events, gatherings and networking opportunities is looking different as well. While we may not be able to get together in small groups for a concert in the park or …

On the Spot with Lisa Gibbs

Courtney Lee Blog, Uncategorized

Lisa Gibbs is a principal and chief strategy and branding officer for Dietrich Partners, a professional services firm located in Denver. Learn more about Lisa at dietrichpartners.net. Tell us about your role at Dietrich Partners. What do you do, and what’s your favorite thing about your work? I wear a number of hats at Dietrich Partners. I am a principal …

What Makes Colorado Cool

Trevor Zalkind Blog, Uncategorized

As a Colorado native, it’s easy for me to find reasons why Colorado holds the title of the coolest state. But beyond obvious reasons including its widespread outdoor beauty, craft brewing cultism, emerging culinary hotspot status and dog-friendly diaspora, the essence of Colorado comes from its culture of civic engagement. Nonprofits and volunteers across the state go above and beyond …

What Makes California Cool

dovetail solutions admin Blog, Uncategorized

Ripple Effect — What Makes California Cool When I moved to Sacramento to attend college, I never thought I would be here almost 20 years later. What can I say is that California has stolen my heart. Here are some reasons why California, and our dts hometown of Sacramento, will steal yours too: #1: One word … food! California is …

What We Are Reading

Emily Holleran Blog, Uncategorized

Books Braving the Wilderness by Brené Brown Focuses on how we connect and engage with each other — with a lean on doing that with people who are different and may not necessarily agree with your worldview. Some of the takeaways around social engagement and socializing (i.e., holding hands with strangers, get closer to people who aren’t like you) had …

dovetail solutions celebrates 15 years, expands service offerings in 2020

Jennifer Bulotti Blog, Uncategorized

DOVETAIL SOLUTIONS WELCOMES GROWTH WHILE ADAPTING TO EVER CHANGING CONDITIONS FOR OUR CLIENTS AND US dovetail solutions has added Julia Bulotti and Erin Uribe to its distinguished roster of client services partners. Bulotti works out of the dovetail solutions Denver office while Uribe is based in Sacramento. In their roles as client services partners, Bulotti and Uribe are responsible for …

The Power of Words

dovetail solutions admin Blog

As a communications agency, we are deeply aware of the power of words. While we hold freedom of speech above all, it’s the next action in this process that can often be overlooked: listening. In this moment, listening to foster understanding and awareness is more important than ever while we stand with our communities as they face the deep-rooted issues …

Zooming Your Best

Matt Moseley Blog

Looking sharp in virtual meetings By Matthew L. Moseley Now that a lot more meetings are happening online through various platforms, such as Zoom, Skype and others, there are some that come across much better than others. We’ve had a chance to facilitate and participate in a lot of virtual meetings and webinars lately where some come across very impressive …

The Time for Community Building is Now

Marissa Hoffman Blog

Despite the current COVID-19 pandemic and the major disruptions it has spurred in all of our daily lives, business plans and the economy, we still see the light in the way our community has banded together. More than ever, we’re seeing businesses tap into their capabilities in order to give back. This rings especially true to us at dovetail solutions, …

Communicating in the Coronavirus Crisis

Matt Moseley Blog

SILENCE CAN BE DEADLY Maintaining Trust and Demonstrating Empathy are Critical in Uncertain Times As legendary boxer Mike Tyson once said, “Everybody has a plan until they get punched in the mouth.” These jabs and sucker punches to the face seem to be exactly what’s happening now as the coronavirus moves around the world. This is no ordinary disruption or …