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Seven secrets to getting the startup bucks you need

Enterpreneurs: It isn't easy, but it can be done

By Gale Dunlap

Three tips for business growth

Denver is scaling up -- are you?

By J.P. Westwood

Accounting relief for small business

An alternate financial reporting tool is available

By Jake Vossen

Three keys to business longevity

Lessons learned over 75 years

By Deborah Brackney

Taking control online

Here's how one business did it

By Rachel Hoffman

Look beyond the resume for the best hire

The results of a trial exercise might surprise you

By Glen Weinberg

Best of Cobiz: Make plans—then make plan

...and other rules for success in life and business

By Laurence B. Valant

The ACA and workplace wellness programs

Small businesses can benefit

By Daniel Ward

No end to fast-casual appetite

Modmarket founders see synergies, not saturation

By Mike Taylor

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Ready Foods: A Colorado success story

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Best of CoBiz: Six rules for a happy workplace

Great article! Wish more businesses would follow this advise! By Elizabeth on 2014 10 23

Growing old isn't for sissies

I started my Air Force career in Strategic Air Command (SAC) and everything was checklist oriented. While this article is not in a checklist format, it certainly touches on all the key issues you need to consider when selecting a retirement facility. I don't want to be dumped in an Eldercare Warehouse AKA nursing home and this article provides a logical and efficient path to avoid that eventuality. By George Landrum on 2014 10 22

Prepare for bends in the road

Thanks! I agree that the action of preparing for possible change is important. Henry Mintzberg--strategy icon--calls it "prepared minds." Strategy often doesn't survive first contact with the enemy (Eisenhower) the the process of thinking it through is invaluable. By Todd Ordal on 2014 10 22

Prepare for bends in the road

Love this. I always say the only constant in business is change. The better equipped we are through anticipation and openness to change, directly correlates to our ability to successfully navigate the change internally and with our clients. What a valuable reminder! By CFO on 2014 10 22

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