Scott Wylie, who has a Harvard MBA, believes in staying connected to his more than 240 employees through weekly meetings with local office presidents, lunches with all new hires at orientation and town hall meetings to answer questions from the support teams.
The Metris is clearly one of the stranger vehicles I have ever driven, but it strikes me that this type of vehicle – with its commercial operation counterparts – has the versatility to stay around for a long time.
The relocation of OR is not just about Denver — or even the Front Range. Colorado’s far-flung towns and rural communities may embrace this entrepreneurial opportunity.
Together you will throw away 1.2 million pieces of garbage after one use every year. Add today to what you throw away at home and you will personally toss 185 pounds of plastic a year. Only 9 pecent or so will be recycled.
Known for delving into the history of a place to inform its future, Civitas looked to the original wetlands and sand dunes that comprised the indigenous Sandhills Prairie ecosystem long before jets and runways crisscrossed the former Stapleton Airport.
According to Course Report’s 2017 Coding Bootcamp Market Size Study, Colorado is among the top 10 states for number of coding boot camps. Course Report co-founder Liz Eggleston says five boot camps in Colorado offer full-time, in-person courses in web/mobile development: General Assembly, Galvanize, Turing, Skill Distillery and CodeCraft School.
Adrian Tuck has been named a World Economic Forum Technology Pioneer, which recognizes companies from around the world that are poised to have a significant impact on business and society.
The five-year Draft Proposed Program (DPP) includes 47 potential lease sales—19 off the coast of Alaska, seven in the Pacific, 12 in the Gulf of Mexico (GoM) and nine in the Atlantic.
Don’t change leadership and strategy as frequently as your underwear. Ideas often take time to get traction.
Todd defined the philanthropic mission of the firm as improving inner city education for children.
Before founding Colorado Springs-based Summit Technical Solutions in 2001, Kelly Terrien spent 10 years in the Air Force and Army Reserves, earning an associate’s degree in Electronics Systems Technology and supplementing that after her service with a bachelor’s in Management Information Systems and an MBA.
We believe the U.S. economy’s fundamentals are solidly grounded on a brick foundation, and, at least in 2018, we do not need to be afraid of the big, bad wolves.