The Boxing Frog story

Nov 02 Videography Denver Colorado

Truthfully, the idea for Boxing Frog came from a depressing, drunken night out at a piano bar.  Little did I know, one year later, I would be celebrating the victory of getting through my first year in business.  One year ago, I had a very cushy marketing job that I kinda hated.  I stayed on […]

10 Things From Denver Start Up Week

Sep 21

For those of you who don’t know, I am a brand new entrepreneur. I really didn’t mean for it to end up like that but here I am and I wouldn’t change it for anything in the world. This past week was entrepreneur nirvana as Denver startup week ascended upon the city. Running Monday through […]

You Canna-not Post That: And Other Marketing Rules for the Cannabis Industry

Aug 02 Photography Denver Colorado

For those of you who have not struggled through the 143 pages of the Colorado Retail Marijuana Regulations put out by the Colorado Department of Revenue originally in 2013, you may not be aware that the Cannabis industry is held to a different standard when it comes to marketing.  Advertising, promotions and marketing strategy in […]

Proper Distribution: An Unsurprising Victory

Jul 17 Event Planning Denver Colorado

When owning a business that focuses on a tangible product, especially a small business, distribution and a correct supply chain is everything when it comes to marketing and sales.  In small business marketing to ignore intermediaries, possible distribution partners and the natural flow of the marketing channel can be damning for a small business.  To […]

1099 Vs. Employee Classification

Jul 01 Business Plans Denver Colorado

Since becoming a full-time freelancer, I’ve spent some time on contract job boards looking for new clients and I also contract with partners to help me get large workloads done.  In both of these activities, I have to share a HUGE pet peeve I have! To the business ‘geniuses’ who post something like: “Hours are […]

The Waiting Game Part 2

May 25 Photography Denver Colorado

I’m going to detour from my usual boxing metaphor on this one and use a cooking reference instead… Who hasn’t been in this scenario? Coming home late from work, you decide to make spaghetti because it’s a delicious warm meal that won’t take a lot of time.  Suppose that while you are waiting for the […]

The Waiting Game

While watching a boxing match for the first time, the novice viewer may be a little disappointed that the fighters aren’t continuously punching each other in the face like in the movies. For the record, boxing movies are widely inaccurate; for starters the actors keep their hands down far too often and a person can’t […]