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Top Company 2011 finalist: CapitalValue Advisors


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CapitalValue Advisors
www.capitalvalue.net  
Years in business: 10
Location: Denver
Managing directors: David Tolson
and Chris Younger (Watch an interview on ColoradoBiz TV.)
Employees: eight
Company snapshot:
CapitalValue Advisors is a FINRA-registered investment bank and valuation firm focused on enabling entrepreneurial spirit. The managing directors have helped more than 400 company owners navigate critical capital markets that have helped them build value and reap benefit from years of hard work and perseverance.
Notable practices: CapitalValue Advisors' business model is built on relationships rather than transactions. As a firm, CVA becomes involved long before a client is ready to sell, to help increase value and reduce risk. The company has helped more than 400 clients over the past decade add value to their businesses in advance of selling.
Community involvement: CapitalValue Advisors believes its responsibility to the local community goes beyond making charitable contributions. It is focused on giving back to the local business community, making sustainable charitable contributions and helping to educate young professionals. The managing directors are active or former board members for Colorado Companies to Watch, the Association for Corporate Growth, the South Metro Chamber of Commerce, the Telecommunications Industry Association and other business and civic groups.

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