ColoradoBiz magazine's 2018 Best of Colorado – Maintenance
A statewide catalogue of eating and drinking pleasures.
The brainchild of Kevin Johns and Ben Raznick, $15 from each of the $20 booklets will go directly to the Food Bank of the Rockies, Lázaro Project and the Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network.
Colorado-based Irena Todd named Entrepreneur of 2018 finalist
Alan Curtis, 25, CEO of Radar Relay, named Entrepreneur of 2018 finalist
Matt Fielder studied music business and entrepreneurship, effectively combining the two with his own foray into business.
The Level Markets' Stephanie Cox named Entrepreneur of 2018 runner-up
To date, 45 million PopSockets units have sold, and this year the company is on track to sell another 60 million products.
The other two finalists, Alpacka Raft and Yeti Cycles, were selected from a stacked field of a dozen outdoor-inspired companies from across the Rocky Mountain region.
The simplest inventions yield some of the best stories, probably because the products and the creators are relatable.
Denver Metro Chamber 2018 business awards honor seven local businesses and nonprofit organizations.
The Denver Metro Chamber honored three local organizations for its annual Business Awards in the green category.