Investing in our community is a cornerstone of our agency. The Get Grounded Foundation supports at-risk youth, while the Get Grounded volunteer program serves a multitude of organizations throughout the communities in which our team members live, work and play.
We’re a Colorado-based, women-owned business staffed by accomplished practitioners who average 21 years of experience in the industry.
Working with our clients as peers, we provide actionable and results-driven communications services nationwide.
$500M Enterprise Network Communications Company | GFM’s Thought Leadership and Media Relations Programs Significantly Increase Visibility
In a highly competitive and crowded telecommunications industry, this client was considered one of the smaller players and wanted to establish themselves as a reliable contender in the market.
Food Bank of the Rockies Responds to Food Crisis and Raises Awareness of Hunger
COVID-19 put unprecedented demands on Food Bank of the Rockies to procure and distribute more food than ever, and the nonprofit needed to communicate that story to people in need, media, volunteers, partners and donors.
Conversations don’t happen in a vacuum, nor should the components of your communications program – from public relations to crisis communication to social media. GFM and our sister agency, CenterTable, work hand-in-hand to execute integrated campaigns and deliver the results our clients expect.
On the Blog
GroundFloor Media (GFM)|CenterTable Earns No. 3 Ranking on the 2023 Ad Age Best Places to Work List; only Colorado-based company recognized
JAN. 23, 2023 — Denver’s GFM|CenterTable has been named No. 3 on the Ad Age … Read More >
Building Brand Relationships through Authentic Storytelling and Immersive Experiences
This is the third of a three-part series about key learnings from this year’s South … Read More >
AI Is Coming and It Will be Everywhere, All At Once
This is the second of a three-part series about key learnings from this year’s South … Read More >
One of the Hottest Topics at SXSW 2023: Mental Health
This is the first of a three-part series about key learnings from this year’s South … Read More >