November is National Entrepreneurship Month and, as someone who works with small business owners, I can’t overstate how much I appreciate today’s entrepreneur.
There isn't any legal reason or rule that prevents a person from filing their own intellectual property paperwork. I say go for it — what is the worst that can happen?
Erik Listou and Louie Delaware connected on a shared area of expertise and concern in 2011 – home safety for seniors. That grew into the Louisville-based Living in Place Institute.
Tom Woods doubled down and started a second business built off the model of his first, but the new idea was rooted in football – the perfect elixir for a die-hard sports fan like Woods.
Donald R. Seawell, founder and Chairman Emeritus of the Denver Center for the Performing Arts, has died. He was 103.
This summer, I had the privilege of traveling to Naro Moru, Kenya to participate in a community service project with Denver-based non-profit Edge of Seven and the Kenyan NGO ACCESS.
Under the current first to file rules, whoever files first on an invention is the inventor who will receive a patent even over another later-filing inventor who came up with the idea first.
As a business leader who is constantly searching for—and competing to attract–the best talent in the Denver area, I can honestly say I am committed and have a vested interest in grooming talent in our great city.
Here’s Charlie Coglianese’s education vision: Help 1 million kids with his software platform for personalized, data-driven instruction.
Some entrepreneurs succeed through a shotgun approach, firing ideas into the sky and seeing what comes down. Some are serial business builders, taking a shot at one enterprise after the other. Jim Deters is strictly a sniper, obsessively seeking his target.
Take one part nostalgic fun, one part diner fare, stir in some creative cocktails and top with lots of balls – bowling, billiard and ping-pong, among others – and you’ve got Robert Thompson’s recipe for success.
Morgan left a lucrative job in London to move to Denver’s Capitol Hill neighborhood and open P2Binvestor in 2012 with her father, Bruce Morgan.