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KBC 2021 Retreat and Reunion

It has been far too long since our last company retreat. The pandemic has made organizing in-person group activities difficult, if not impossible. But last week, finally, despite record-high temperatures and a reinstated mask-mandate in DC, we gathered for what felt like a family reunion....

Employee Spotlight: Colin Valentine

This week, we're shining our blog spotlight on Colin Valentine, who is a director at Keybridge. When he's not hunting and fishing, Colin oversees all things writing and editing for the company. Name and title: Colin Valentine, Director What advice would you give to someone who wants to...

Tips for returning to in-person work

Keybridge Communications resumed in-person work in both our Washington, D.C. and Richmond offices this week. As more companies begin to safely return to their offices, they should consider the following: 1. Maintain some remote-work option. The Covid-19 pandemic showed many companies worldwide...

Sam Ryan: CEO and Luthier

From the outside, Keybridge Communications looks like your typical, charming, brick walk-up in Georgetown, DC. But what few know is that two stories down, in the unfinished basement of our building, lies the rustic workshop of our CEO, Sam Ryan. No, it's not a writing...

KBC trivia night

It's been a long 12 months. Like everyone else these days, we've been trying to find ways to feel closer to our coworkers. Not only do we miss our retreats and holiday parties, but also everyday interactions -- lunch walks, hallway conversations, happy hours, and...

Boosting morale with Bonus.ly

The pandemic has forced our company to go entirely remote. So now all of our employees are scattered across the country, working out of make-shift home offices. One of the biggest challenges in this new remote environment has been preserving our company's culture -- and, more...

Working together, apart

When COVID shut down DC, Keybridge employees scattered to our safe spaces. Some of us stayed put while others left for the green spaces and open economies in our hometowns. So while we've been spread out from Connecticut to Idaho, we've found at least one...