Denver shopping app, Ibotta reveals millennial shopping data.
The role of the city is changing. While many are heavily invested in the near-term race to label themselves smart cities, far greater challenges lie ahead.
From decorations, pumpkin patches, haunted houses and costumes, there seems to be no end to the amount Americans are spending on Halloween.
It’s not that one is bad and the other good – for what they are these are both very fine vehicles. No, it’s that they are totally different, and appeal to a totally different clientele.
Taking affirmative steps to address bias and discrimination will go a long way towards demonstrating to your workforce that you take their concerns seriously, and will ultimately lead to a more satisfied workforce (not to mention keeping you out of hot water as well).
Perhaps that’s why dozens of national restaurant chains such as SmashBurger, Noodles & Company and Chipotle, to name a few, got their start in Colorado.
The Index can help educate and empower consumers as they make care choices in Colorado, offering a local snapshot to inform consumers about key health factors in their community.
From its inception in 2012, 1O.1O.1O has focused on inviting successful entrepreneurs to create market-based solutions to wicked problems in health, water, food, energy, learning, infrastructure, waste, security and climate change.
Here’s a summary of what Deloitte sees happening globally in the sports marketplace, along with some hometown takes about how these same forces are making their way into the Colorado sports world.
The nation’s largest retailer of used cars, CarMax, has more than doubled the percentage of dangerous, defective, unrepaired recalled used cars for sale, according to Used Car Roulette, a new report released last week by the Consumers for Auto Reliability and Safety Foundation, MASSPIRG Education Fund and the Center for Auto Safety.
The importance of public-private partnerships like this goes beyond funding benefits, creating a lasting impact on the infrastructure that helps Denver’s economy thrive for every resident.
In Aurora, the sprawling city east of Denver, immigrants and refugees from around the globe are building businesses and contributing to the community.