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Novemeber 02, 2009
 
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Metro State College of Denver Metropolitan State College of Denver – Degrees of Impact
With high-quality academics, an unsurpassed faculty, and a unique urban experience rich with diversity, degree choices and community impact, Metro State is Colorado’s best value in higher education.
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In the magazine

CSDA: Beyond the call of green
The goal of the Colorado Sustainable Design Awards is to shine some solar light on the architects and builders who dare to dream the seemingly impossible green dream. By Mike Cote

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Do the hardest thing first…
Delivering what is expected, every time, is the major ingredient of success that results from an unyielding determination that is absolutely within our control to achieve. By Larry Valant

Top 10 lessons from Crossing the Chasm
Crossing the Chasm remains the bible for adoption of new concepts, whether they are new technologies, new business models or other disruptive innovations. By Dave Mead

Alt-energy companies buoyed by public bucks
The winds are turning favorable for alternative energy companies to seek financing from the public markets. Going public isn't for everyone, but it's hard to ignore the money out there. By Greg Pfahl

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ATTENTION FAMILY BUSINESS OWNERS

Nominate your company for ColoradoBiz magazine’s annual ranking of the Top 50 Family-Owned Companies in Colorado that will run in the February issue. Companies must be based in Colorado and in the family for at least two generations or likely to be. Family members must be active in management of the company. Deadline for entry is Jan. 3, 2010. Go here to nominate your company online, or go here for a ballot you can fill out and mail in.

 


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Gov. Bill Ritter at the launch of the Colorado Cleantech Industry Association
Gov. Bill Ritter talked about the significance of “clean tech” and renewable energy in Colorado for job creation at the launch of the new Colorado Cleantech Industry Association in July. He speaks at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory's (NREL) 22nd Industry Growth Forum this week.

 

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The Colorado Sustainable Design Awards (CSDA) is a statewide program recognizing outstanding sustainable design in residential, commercial and civic buildings and master planned communities. Awards will be presented at the 2009 Rocky Mountain Commercial Real Estate Expo and Fall Forecast, Nov. 10, 2009, at the Colorado Convention Center. Register Now