WE CARE ABOUT YOU AS MUCH AS WE CARE ABOUT THE NUMBERS
Creating connections goes beyond digital marketing. That’s why we strive to listen generously, respond thoughtfully, and act with integrity. We truly care about you, the impact our business has on our communities and the world. Volunteer work is part of the job at BFO and we strive to support causes, business movements, and organizations that align with our values. Our actions can be seen through our membership in the following organizations:
WE THINK. WE CARE. WE DELIVER.
We may not be able to change the world (just yet), but there are things we can control: Our work environment and your business outcomes. BFO believes in the success of our clients, the accomplishments of our employees, and the value of following the trends and technology that drive the digital marketing industry. Through collaboration, transparency, and compassion, we’re focused on building the relationships that weave us all together. All of which springs from our core values: Speak Up, Be Good to Each Other and Make A Difference.
Everyone has a voice. The team is encouraged to speak freely without hesitation. We are a very expressive group of constructive individuals, which fuels our “It’s not about who is right, but what is right” attitude. We invite each and every individual on our team to think and act like an owner – brainstorm ideas, freely offer feedback, and inspire other team members.
BE GOOD TO EACH OTHER
Being good to each other means we are open, honest, and sincere. We work smart to have fun and do what is right by our team, clients, and communities. Above all, we support one another.
MAKE A DIFFERENCE
Making a difference is going above and beyond personal and client expectations; it’s learning, advancing, and growing in our careers and lives. Part of working at BFO is also giving back to the community. We actively seek out opportunities to get involved in our local communities, from clothing drives for veterans to winter survival packs for the homeless to Toys for Tots and more.
Do our values align?