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Giving more than lip service: A tale of two sales styles
With all the decisions we make everyday, it is doubly frustrating to have to re-make the same ones over again. Yet the demise of my favorite lipstick gave me the opportunity to experience two very different sales approaches. By Julie Hansen

Private equity: So misunderstood
People are taking sides without fully understanding private equity and its role in an economy.  I strongly believe that it is important to educate the public about the basics of private equity. By Helen Qiang Raleigh

Colorado Companies to Watch: Birko
Many employees have spent their entire careers at Birko. The company’s philanthropic work includes supporting CSU, Texas Tech, Texas A&M, Cal Poly and Fresno State by volunteering and collaborating on research to improve food safety.   
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Colorado cool stuff: Mastodon digs, infinite monkey and steel guitars
Growing up in Eastern Colorado with his ear glued to country radio, Del Mullen started making steel guitars in the early 1970s for himself before going full-time with Mullen Guitar Co. By Eric Peterson 
 
 
The Association for Corporate Growth
Save the date! Find out more about ACG's Monthly Luncheons featuring top business professionals. You won't want to miss these events! Plus -- read the latest ACG news here and web exclusives here. And check out ACG's 2012 Special Section!   
 
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Find out more about The Diversity in Business Breakfast on July 24. And check out ColoradoBiz's other events or submit your own.
 

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