Sue Heilbronner started her business accelerator, MergeLane, because she noticed something about female business owners: There weren’t many of them.
It’s a line you hear over and over: Boulder is the 50-yard line of the natural foods industry. And that sort of national perch makes for a magnet when companies are looking for a better community to do business.
Dr. Kelly Brooks’ work with fungus at Penn State University has mushroomed into a spinoff startup in Colorado. Read how he's using fungi in new and innovative ways to advance food manufacturing.
Who are the consumer goods and lifestyle product companies to keep an eye on in 2015? Read on to find out!
In the spirit of connecting the state’s ever-growing small business community, the Colorado Indie Business Forum recently tackled the complexity and opportunity associated with technology as it applies to education.
There will be a downturn. It might be in a day. It might be in a year. It might be in a decade. We have no idea when it will come, but it will come.
Where would Amazon be if it were called "An Online Bookstore"? Companies should pick names that are more fanciful or arbitrary instead of descriptive when compared with the services offered by the business.
Startup companies in Colorado and throughout the country have long been the darlings of the tech and innovation worlds, catching the eye of investors and entrepreneurs. But what are the common mistakes to avoid?
Ever curl up by the fire in your favorite pajamas with a good book on securities law? Though quaint at first, the dense 1930s legalese gets old fast in any attempt to comprehend the statutes that stifle entrepreneurs to this day.
In 1997, a Steamboat Springs-based snowboarder named Gary Hammerslag had one of those insights that makes consumers lives’ easier and entrepreneurs wealthy. Hammerslag saw something that wasn’t there, a niche nobody had noticed.
Over scrambled eggs and smoked salmon with Jeff Bussgang of Flybridge Capital (he had yogurt), we talked about immigration reform and our broken immigration system.
Plenty of bars in Denver allow leashed dogs on their patios, but brothers Justin and Jerad Henry envisioned something grander when they opened the Watering Bowl in November 2013 on a property that includes a large A-frame building previously used for auctioning antiques.