Bless This House

Bless at Bospar
November 26, 2019
Bless at Bospar

Thanksgiving is an official day to stop and count our blessings. But we Bospartans have a way of being thankful for the important things in life just about every day.

We give thanks for our clients and for achieving great results.  They deserve greatness – and we believe we help them get it.

We take immense pride in seeing something our clients offer make a major impact on the lives of people and the companies for whom they work. There are so many amazing technologies entering peoples’ lives, and we give thanks for being in the middle of so many of them.

Perhaps our biggest and most heartfelt thanks is for – and to – each and every member of our Bospar family.

While our 30+ Bospartans are united primarily by shared purpose in helping our clients achieve their fullest potential, our extended family of 70+ Bospartans, including significant others, children and grandchildren, is interwoven by the precious threads of lives being well lived.

We’re thankful to have shared many of our Bospartans’ most meaningful moments as they came rolling out in one wave after another. 

We give major thanks that as we prepare to complete our fifth year of business, almost everyone who has joined us during this time is still with us, helping us to grow bigger and better every year.

We give special thanks to the many people we affectionately call “serial clients,” professional colleagues who are also true friends. Hopefully we will always partner with them as we go through life in the most exciting and rewarding space we can imagine.

Bless this house of work and of life and of all it demands of us and gives to us!

We are thankful for every one of you who have helped make this world of Bospar what it has become and can only imagine the wonderful things that the next five years will bring.

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Chris spent the first third of her career working with packaged goods giants like Procter & Gamble, Oscar Mayer, Kraft, Johnson & Johnson, Mattel and Levi Strauss, in senior management positions at Edelman and Burson-Marsteller, before starting her own firm in the mid-90s. Her personal trademark has been to bring global brand sophistication and ultimate consumer pull-through to B2B and B2C clients alike.