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.
Mark Goodman, 46, took over as chairman and CEO of the Boyer Coffee Co. two years ago after helping launch McDonald’s overall coffee strategy, including the McCafe.
For Frank Segrave, it’s all about the littlest patients. After nearly 30 years as an executive in the pharmaceutical industry for Walmart and Cardinal Health, Segrave left the C-suite behind to fill a need for children suffering from serious illness and chronic conditions.
For women starting their own businesses in Colorado, especially those entering non-conventional job sectors, get ready to bring the passion.
A longtime musician, Denis Oullette would play guitar along to his favorite Eagles and Eric Clapton records, when inspiration struck. "I wanted to play with the band, not over the band," he says.
Nicole Singleton last spring was named president and CEO of the Colorado Black Chamber of Commerce, heading up an organization that represents 300 companies and 1,000 individuals.