Through SquareTwo’s commitment to Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Colorado, the company has pioneered an Impact School, with employees donating both time and supplies.
The Denver-based headquarters includes an on-site game room complete with foosball, darts, ping-pong and shuffleboard, along with a private library.
"We support our employees by listening, communicating and promoting organizational transparency. In return, we ask our employees for a commitment to our core values."
What’s not to love about a vacation? What’s not to love about a company that loves vacations – and loves the people who take them?
For Grand Junction-based GeoStabilization International, protecting North American roads from falling rock is not just a business mission – it’s a philanthropic one.
It’s all about a hand up – not a hand out. “Families invest hundreds of hours of sweat equity to build their homes and then make monthly mortgage payments to pay for their homes,” says Heather Lafferty, CEO of Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver.
InteliSecure co-founder Robert Eggebrecht knows he has to hire the best and brightest – because the bad guys are doing the same.
Cherwell Software considers itself an “enabler of empowerment” – enabling businesses to dream big, employees to love what they do, and customers to share their best practices with each other.
Six years ago, Jeremy Ostermiller had $500 in his pocket, a room in his parents’ basement and an idea. He now has one of the nation’s fastest-growing video and mobile advertising marketplaces.
Eric and Jessica Gutknecht are serious about sausage: spicy, all-natural, mouth-watering, grill-it-up and scarf-it-down.
In rural Colorado, where broad health care is a challenge, mental health is even more so. That fact makes Mind Springs Health’s achievement even more unlikely.
It’s all about family, says First Western Trust CEO Scott Wylie: the people who come through the door, and the people waiting there to help them get what they want most out of life.