The Inner Workings of a Well-Oiled Machine

Bam - A Well-Oiled Machine

While I may be the face of BAM, it’s truly our team who make BAM successful. I was recently reading an article about workplace culture, and couldn’t help but compare what I read to what we have at BAM.

When running a company like BAM, everything begins with strategy. Coming up with unique brands for our clients requires unique marketing and this is what I am passionate about. We have a great team of dynamite people and a great collaborative environment where people can work together, use their strengths and skills to advance projects and learn from each other. I am a firm believer that great people attract great people.

At BAM, we’re always looking to do things better for our clients using our previous accomplishments as the benchmark. For employees, the satisfaction comes from the freedom and autonomy they deserve while being set up with the proper tools and resources to succeed. My job is to champion the strategy and inspire my team to meet their goals.

Culture is king at BAM. We strive to have a great work environment and whether it’s giving employees the flexibility to allow their personal lives not to suffer, having an open concept and collaborative environment, or organizing work outings, I know a satisfied staff is key to our success.

As a small company, there is plenty of room for everyone to grow and learn. We encourage our staff to take courses to further their knowledge; we attend trade shows, speeches and conferences to stay ahead of the curve. Encouraging our clients to offer the very best experience and community requires the very best marketing resources and a team that’s passionate about what they do.

While challenges are an inherent part of the BAM culture, we understand that they are a part of life and one’s bound to run into them when trying new things, and we push forward. It’s the teamwork and trust in one another that helps BAM succeed.

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