Patricia Kaowthumrong

Patricia Kaowthumrong is a student at the University of Colorado School of Journalism and Mass Communication. Contact her at Patricia.Kaowthumrong@colorado.edu.

Articles by Patricia Kaowthumrong

State of the state: Retail
Frozen yogurt shops
descend on Denver

State of the state: franchising
Delta Disaster Services aims for national reach

State of the state: Startups
Website rates businesses on social responsibility

A way for shopping dollars to keep on giving
Tuggl.com helps consumers find businesses that support good causes

U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce comes to Denver this week
About 5,000 are expected to come and share survive-and-thrive strategies

Franchising 101: Don’t do it alone
Matchpoint Consulting guides lost career seekers

Golden arches on 16th Street Mall suits corporate crowd
What’s next, a Zagat listing?

interSector Partners brings a new business model to Colorado
L3C marries the best features of the LLC with nonprofit’s social conscience

Get smart about hiring mistakes
Evergreen-based HR expert Geoff Smart shares insights from his bestseller, "WHO: The A Method for Hiring"

Health clubs not sweating the recession
Colorado Athletic Club and Carmichael Training Systems among those expanding

State of the state: Minority conferences are moving from coasts to Denver
Denver will host conferences for the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and the National Association of Asian American Professionals, among others

Brothers share nuts and bolts
Ace Hardware store owners Kirby and Nick Kuklenski win national Young Retailers of the Year award

Made in America stamp has staying power
Denver author's new book focuses on American-made children's products

Nano technology isn’t the future: It’s today
Nano Renewable Energy Summit continues Tuesday at DU

Entrepreneur of the year
Seven executives in industries ranging from real estate to technology honored

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