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CEOs: You'd better watch your language

We often get hung up in business because we don’t get on the same page regarding language and definitions. If you’re a surgeon and are told to take out that gelatinous red thing, do you remove the liver, heart or gall bladder? Precision counts.

How to create meetings worth attending

If you’ve ever fallen asleep in a meeting, you’re not alone. Research from Atlassian found that nearly 40 percent of people have nodded off in the conference room. Making a meeting effective and stimulating can be tough, but there are ways.

We need to call out power and greed

People spend more waking hours at work than in any other endeavor—and this gives us the opportunity to counteract much of the negativity that’s impacting our broader culture today.
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Mazda's latest SUV: The devil's in the details

If I were in the market for a smaller, mid-sized SUV this would definitely be on my shopping list. What bugs me is that Mazda could easily fix the little things wrong for not a lot of money, and they should.

How Denver restaurants and retail adapt to rising rents

The general rule is simple: A restaurateur’s occupancy cost – rent plus interrelated fees – shouldn’t exceed 10 percent of gross sales. For many local joints, though, it’s become challenging to operate within those parameters.

Is a coding career in your future?

There is no formula to triumph as a programmer. Attention to detail is key, and an ability to problem-solve and self-start to uncover answers to questions are musts. But perhaps the most important quality is this one.
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How much should you rely on intuition in business?

It is natural for action-oriented CEOs to want to move from ideas to action quickly. I appreciated this. It is sometimes necessary, however, to slow the game down and think hard before you take action.

Secrets behind the success of a serial restaurateur

Start early, stay late and be prepared to lose most of your friends, your mind and at least one marriage. Be prepared to live a half rags and half riches lifestyle, while your restaurant has a line around the block.

Karen Gerwitz brings mile high perspective to international trade

Karen Gerwitz, president of the nonprofit World Trade Center Denver, brings international experience from past roles that have included chief of protocol for the Colorado International Trade Office, to manager of communications for Aurora-based Raytheon.
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Avoid implementing new technology the old way

Technology includes far more than servers and networks. Web technology, analytics, mobile strategy and security have changed the landscape for good. Here's what makes for a truly effective IT department.

Second annual Colorado Tech Tour hits the road

Tech Tour is a storytelling platform to showcase technology innovators and organizations of all sizes as Colorado continues to grow into what is becoming an internationally renowned tech hub.

Mergers & acquisitions: Tips for a successful transaction

Merger and acquisition expert and attorney at law Stephen Dietrich gives practical advice every business professional should know before buying or selling a company.

Great made in Colorado stuff for the great outdoors

John Stultz started his third business, Bear Paw, a decade ago. “I’ve always been a big hiker and backpacker, so I started making tarps,” he says. He now makes a variety of tarps and tents and custom gear for hunters and thru-hikers.

Tech startup GitPrime drives productivity with easy metrics

After meeting at coworking facility Durango Space, Travis Kimmel and Ben Thompson co-founded GitPrime to solve a problem they encountered in software development.
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  • Junior Achievement Charity Ascent

    2016.08.12

    Transworld Business Advisors of Denver is proud to announce the second annual Charity Ascent 14er hike supporting Junior Achievement-Rocky...

  • Millennial Weekend Denver

    2016.08.17

    Millennials are swaying elections, disrupting industries, and reshaping America’s cities. From an awards ceremony highlighting change makers...

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    2016.08.19

    Strategize, network, pitch. Powered by Wells Fargo, The StartUp Lounge is a place for Millennial entrepreneurs to brainstorm and develop their...

  • 7th Annual Arapahoe House Luncheon with Denver Bronco Rod Smith

    2016.09.15

    Proceeds will benefit the life‑changing addiction treatment programs of Arapahoe House 11:30 a.m. Registration 12:00 p.m. Luncheon with emcee Ed...

  • 2016 NCHRA Biennial Conference

    2016.10.14

    NCHRA 2016 BIENNIAL CONFERENCE The Northern Colorado Human Resource Association is holding its 2016 biennial conference to bring HR and business...


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