It is with great pride to say that GNGF was named the Best Place to Work in the Micro-Company, First Time Participant category, by the Cincinnati Business Courier.
Imagine this: 58 of the Best Places to Work finalists in Xavier University’s Cintas Center, dressed to impress—but not like you might think. The entire event looked like a pep rally, complete with pom-poms, light-up signs, t-shirts, and capes. The companies came together to celebrate their Best Places to Work Finalist titles and to congratulate nine winners in the following categories: large, medium, and micro-sized companies; and first time, veteran, and already-titled participants.
The team’s competitive side really came out when we found out that there would be a Spirit Award based on company-wide pep and creativity. As a digital marketing agency that prides itself on cutting-edge tools, innovation, and creativity, we were up for the challenge. The Fun Committee stocked up the team with blue and red attire—think red and blue masks, confetti hair, pom-poms, noisemakers, Mardi Gras beads, and more. Our cutting-edge tools came in handy when the design team created large GNGF signs—including one of CEO Mark Homer’s head.
While we did not take home the Spirit Award, we are so proud to have one the award that we did. The GNGF team is proud of everything that all 58 companies have accomplished.
As the President of Business Courier spoke about the finalists, he highlighted some of the company’s assets, such as charity events, community involvement, personal development, company outings, and more. The GNGF founders strive to foster a work environment that highlights personal and professional growth, whether in challenging projects, ping-pong tournaments, or a canned food drive competition.
Thank you Business Courier and congratulations to all of the other finalists! We are already looking forward to next year’s competition.