Our Stereo is a full-service consultancy based in Denver, Colorado and offers a wide range of options to businesses of all sizes. Use the tabs below to learn more about who we are and what we do.
All of our work is motivated by a fundamental principle: the success of small businesses is a critical component of healthy economies and vibrant communities. Our Stereo’s achievement is measured solely by the benefit we provide to companies in helping them realize their goals. Understanding that business owners pour their hearts and souls into their organizations, we provide the resources and specialized knowledge necessary to leverage that effort as efficiently and optimally as possible.
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Danny de Zayas is the President of Our Stereo. Born and raised in Miami, Danny received his Bachelor’s degree from New York University in a self-designed major studying the intersections between emergent technologies and the arts. After several years as the National Retail Director and later Vice President of Marketing for a multi-million dollar clothing retailer, he proceeded to become President of an online music retailer before founding Our Stereo. Danny loves working with entrepreneurs and regularly teaches online marketing courses in the Denver area.
Nina Barry is Our Stereo’s Creative Director. Born in Moscow, Russia and raised in Boulder, Colorado, Nina received her Bachelor’s degree in Communications Design from the prestigious Pratt Institute in New York City and a Master of Fine Arts degree from the New York Academy of Art. With years of design experience translating concepts into polished finished products, she relishes the challenges and opportunities each new project brings to the table. Nina is also a professional photographer and has been a collegiate professor of art.
This commitment to contentedness begins with our Peace of Mind Pledge, a guarantee built into all of our contracts. Our promise states, clearly and unequivocally, that if you feel we haven’t lived up to our obligations or performed according to expectations, we don’t get paid. It’s as simple as that.