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   Today in ColoradoBiz Exclusives
Social media can be overwhelming. If you've ever wanted someone else to do it for you, you're in luck. You can train your staff to use social media to create relationships with your customers and get your business out there. By Katrina Padron  
 
The movie Field of Dreams uses a line that repeats throughout: "If you build it, they will come." This is an ideal mantra for business owners to keep in mind as well. By David Tolson
 
The Mayan calendar might end on Dec. 21, 2012, but most astute observers believe the coming year will bring Colorado’s economy more of the same sluggish growth it experienced in 2011. By Eric Peterson
 
   ColoradoBiz EXTRA
Otis Taylor's Contraband features all the familiar elements of the work Taylor has been creating since returning to music in the mid-1990s: sparse, evocative lyrics that tell just a part of a tale rather than the whole story. By Mike Cote  
 
 
 
The Association for Corporate Growth
Save the date! It's almost time for the Rocky Mountain Corporate Growth Conference, an ACG Denver event scheduled for March 13-14. You won't want to miss it! 
Plus -- read the latest ACG news here and web exclusives here. And check out ACG's 2012 Special Section!  
 
 Community Calendar
Find out more about "Seven Seconds to a First Impression" on March 9, presented by author Julie Hansen and the Institute of Management Consultants. And check out ColoradoBiz's other sponsored events and community events or submit your own. 
 
 
 
 
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 Today on ColoradoBiz TV
 
Editor Mike Cote talks with Mark Snead, vice president and economist for the Federal Reserve of Kansas City’s Denver branch, at the Vectra Bank Economic Forecast breakfast.  
 
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