In 13 years, Jeremiah Owen has built the state’s largest privately owned residential painting company with 130 employees, offices in Denver, Colorado Springs, Grand Junction and Loveland/Fort Collins.
Majmudar’s hire comes at a critical moment, as the company strategically grows within the mobile commerce sector, striving to solidify its reputation as the destination for rewarded shopping.
The board of collaborative office space and technology boot camp company, Galvanize Inc., has hired Alfonso Rosabal as CEO after a five-month search.
In 2002, RTL Networks Inc., was born. It now boasts 150 employees across 17 states.
Leach mentors those involved with early stage companies, advising them on how to get started, how to build a successful company and navigate the obstacles along the way.
A voracious reader of leadership books, Gannon has cultivated his own forthright management style, starting with the motto, “Let's not complicate this."
Motivated to bring the Latin American cuisine to her new home, she committed to entrepreneurship, starting small and selling empanadas from her garage, mostly to friends and family.
Pediatrician Halee Fischer-Wright has owned her own physician practice, consulted with Fortune 500 businesses, served as a hospital chief medical officer and co-authored a New York Times bestseller, “Tribal Leadership.”
He is now paving the way for IP video solutions with eBOX IP Hybrid STB and eVUE-TV, which helps cable operators save costs and provide a deep catalog of content for customers.
During her 30 years in the business, Curtis has been guided by the words of Winston Churchill – “Never, never, never give up” – and the values-rich upbringing by her bank exec mother and auto mechanic father.
Barrett’s Grand Junction-based company has become North America’s leading purveyor of geohazard mitigation services, built on strong core values
Jan Allen knows firsthand the frustration of being exceptional in her field but having limited opportunities for advancement.