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Holiday Time Off: How to Manage Schedules

If businesses neglect planning, the holidays can instead become the least productive time of the year, with sparse offices or distracted employees.

Tariffs Are Escalating – What You Need to Know

Set the stage for success with smart communication and forward-focused planning, regardless of the headlines.

Plan Before you Expand

Approximately 82 percent of businesses fail due to poor cash flow.

How Can Businesses Do Better?

Where there are B Corps, there are people and companies that are passionate about their social and environmental impact.

Turn a Profit and Reduce Your Risk

Setting up an efficient payable system can go a long way in helping make the company profitable and sustainable.

Effective Leadership Skills: Outsmarting Your Board

The board supports your strategy based on your ability to develop a successful one that clearly identifies where you’ll play and how you’ll win, and then on your ability to communicate that clearly and passionately.

Opening the Corporate Checkbook

Here are a few things to look out for when deciding where to donate this season and beyond.

Tapping into Your Why

Wellbeing programs alone do not work because an employee is more than an expense line on a finance sheet.

Taking it to the Streets

Launching a food truck business can be lucrative, but it can also be a risky and complicated path.

What's in a Good Exit Plan?

Let's look at the characteristics of a good exit plan.

Insurance Industry Presents Blueprint for Denver Startups

Millennials are a sought-after segment of the workforce, bringing with them the ability to adapt and flourish in a technology-first environment. As Denver’s startup community continues to solidify its place as one of the fastest growing tech hubs in the United States, securing and retaining future talent will become a priority to thrive.

Cultural Shifts and Innovations During Denver's Growth Spurt

Looking back, Merchant & Gould P.C. opened its office in 1998, during the dot-com bubble and during the early stages of Colorado's shifts and growth. Twenty years later, I sit back and reflect on the changes, the opportunities, the impact and our role in the mix.
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