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Making the complexities of managing financial success simple

2017 ColoradoBiz Women to Watch: Katherine Berke and Amanda Phillips-DeSaverio of Sunflower Bank care for their clients with ease but impact.

Let your opponents underestimate you

Kristi Wells and Carolyn Witkus are shareholders at Gutterman Griffiths, a family law firm.

Strong leadership connecting the global village

Fries, a 54-year-old skateboarding, bike-racing, adventure-skiing enthusiast who fronts a local rock band in his spare time, retains a sort of youthful joie de vivre in his grown-up gig, despite maintaining an exhausting schedule of travel, meetings and event appearances, coupled with long-term strategic planning sessions and the occasional interview on CNBC.

It isn't about gender – It's about being capable

Celia Dietrich Wattles, founder and president of Dietrich & Company shares secrets foundational to business success.

Successful women in business don't have to be heavy-handed

Kristi Graning, Owner and CEO of Loan Stop learned that leadership works best when it communicates agency, development, and cooperation in lieu of threats and negativity.

Words to live by: When in doubt, hire out

As a woman in business, Cathering Eusea learned to delegate to avoid the drudgery of work.

Female business owners exude confidence to maintain a competitive edge

ColoradoBiz magazine's annual Women to Watch includes Innovate Coach Consult (ICC Inc.)

Good Company: Richie Rich approved

The president and co-founder of Denver-based Northstar Investment Advisors majored in history and education in college, but it was only natural that he’d pivot to finance eventually; it’s in his blood.

Good company: How to run the world's largest database of dark net content

Mark Turnage moved into the cybersecurity industry at Denver’s OWL Cybersecurity, touted as the world’s largest commercially available database of dark net content.

Faces of Colorado business

Here are the personalities behind the companies in a range of industries and in all stages of development, from startups to longtime stalwarts.

Women to watch in Colorado business

Women in Colorado are making an impact in every industry, enterprise and workplace role imaginable. They are CEOs, startup founders, strategists and irreplaceable employees.

Here's the one attribute CEOs think is most important

According to the survey of more than 1,500 CEOs from 60 countries and 33 industries worldwide, chief executives believe this attribute is the most vital leadership competency.
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