A new phenomenon has come about with the digital age: the rise of “influencers.” What used to be a space for celebrities (whose inspiring lifestyles were seen in magazines or film) has become the domain of everyday “it girls” thanks to social media.
“The ski industry is this old, monolithic thing,” says John Lilley, formerly on the tech team at Vail Resorts. “It’s very easy to get $7 million to put in a lift.”
Colorado Springs-based nonprofit The Independence Center offers expansive services to people with disabilities, including "The Art of Accessibility," a quarterly First Friday arts event. The Colorado Business Committee for the Arts awarded the nonprofit as a 2019 honoree for their inclusive programming.
Kaiser Permanente's recent public health awareness campaign included powerful murals promoting the importance of mental health throughout Colorado Springs and Pueblo, making the health care organization an honoree of a 2019 Colorado Business Committee for the Arts award.
Many years ago when I was on the board of Kinko’s, we had a pointed conversation about our future initiated by John Davis, a board member and Harvard professor who specialized in family business. He believed we needed to change our culture from family to team.
Driven by the idea of a romanticized world in which men and women could possess genuine equal opportunity, Katica Roy launched Pipeline Equity in April 2017 as a place “where companies and communities thrive because everyone has the opportunity to make an impact.”
Why strive for internal brand engagement? What makes it so important to your business?
What could have been another scrape and mega development rebuild is a thoughtfully built multi-use space that combines restaurant, retail and office spaces but also contains a carefully curated collection of more than 700 pieces of art from 30 local Colorado artists.
Sirvo was born in 2015, the result of founder Stephanie Maxwell’s time in the hospitality industry and the need she recognized for restaurants, retail and hotels to attract and hire talent.
Armchair travelers, rejoice. Visiting your favorite cities around the globe has never been easier, because they're now coming to you.
Colorado Harvest Company, a cannabis production and retail company, donated $100,000 last year to the Levitt Pavilion in Ruby Hill Park.
Colorado native Sarah Tuneberg dedicated more than a decade to emergency response management, from Hurricane Katrina to the Waldo Canyon Fire. During that time, she saw the response system as broken and ripe for innovation.