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PorchLight Real Estate: Insider insight and a new approach

Declaring they were going to “fix real estate;” Amy and partner Carol Freyer Bayer went about finding a way to do just that, by designing a better way to do business.

How to build a “Best Place to Work”

Recognition as a “top” or “best” workplace adds value to a company’s brand; the most obvious benefit is the lower cost of attracting and keeping top talent. But the secret is not what leaders did.

Where have the tech IPOs gone?

There’s plenty of activity in the tech startup world, except at the top: That rock star of exits – the initial public offering – has left the building.
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8z Real Estate: Purpose, alignment and trust

Lane Hornung’s introduction to the real estate industry came while working with a real estate startup. He saw that the industry was broken, and he knew with the power of the internet, it could be fixed.

How one company fosters a culture of collaboration

Nine years ago, Andrew Graham purchased Clinic Service and began shifting the culture from the normal command/control model to a new one of collaboration.

How Utivity is expanding its national presence

Denver-based startup Utivity aims to encourage its user base to “Do More,” connecting adventure seekers with teachers – from athletes to instructors to artist – across a wide range of activity. And the company lives by its own creed, as evidenced by its recent growth.
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Tech startup: Living Ink Technologies

Living Ink Technologies is perfecting algae-based inks for consumer packaging, paper products and other applications. The company’s green ink is already available.

Tech startup: MindAptiv

The concept for MindAptiv evolved over time, and the focus tightened into video software. In 2014, the business plan pivoted to its current illumin8 video platform, but the long-term vision for the company extends into numerous industries that rely on big data.

Sugarwish: Sweet treats for the holidays

As technology transforms even the simplest transactions, even a nostalgic trip to the candy story to dig through the treasure hunt of goodies has been digitized – making it all the more convenient for office gift swaps. That’s where Sugarwish comes in.
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Made in Colorado 2017: Hot economy, low unemployment challenge manufacturing sector [VIDEO]

Work force remains biggest issue for Colorado manufacturers.

Made in Colorado 2017 – Manufacturing poised for growth [Video]

A peek behind the curtain of the 2017 Made in Colorado Forum and Awards.

Made in Colorado 2017: Backyard laboratory makes Moots Cycles a success story

With originality and innovation, craft bike maker, Moots, has built more than 25,000 cycles since 1981.
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What it takes to throw the party no one can stop talking about

The Denver Center for the Performing Arts shares tricks of the trade to treat guests to a memorable event.

How a family-based mover became a global leader

For a small family business to emerge as a global leader has been a “special journey,” Bill Graebel says, adding, “You might ask then, ‘What are the principles that have best served you?’"

This construction firm wants to build a better tomorrow

Like so many success stories of business beginnings, this one started in a basement. In 1946, George Adolfson launched a residential construction company and soon met Gordon Peterson, a civil engineer. Together, they established Adolfson & Peterson Construction.
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Pinnacle Bancorp announces acquisition of AmFirst Bank

Pinnacle Bancorp announced it will acquire AmFirst Bank.

Centennial Bank's Jim Basey earns high honor for service

Centennial Bank and Trust announces that Jim Basey, CEO, has been honored by the Colorado Bankers Association with the 2017 Bankers of Distinction award.

DCPA raises record-breaking $1 million

The Denver Center for the Performing Arts (DCPA) brought in a record $1 million at its annual fundraiser, Saturday Night Alive, March 4. The 37-year-old fundraiser benefits the DCPA’s extensive theatre education programs, which serve more than 105,000 students each year.
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