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Tech startup: OpenSnow
OpenSnow outdoes traditional snow forecasts with a narrow focus. “I’m only predicting snow in the mountains and ski areas,” says Gratz. ...
Back in Boulder
Not many successful CEO types would jump at the chance to lead an organization failing as badly as the University of Colorado’s athletic ...
Appealing to eco-friendly tastes
More than a decade ago, the employees of what was then a fledging brewery in Fort Collins took a vote: Would they get their profit-sharing ...
Executive edge: Diedra Garcia
Diedra Garcia, president and CEO of the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metro Denver (and a ColoradoBiz CEO of the Year finalist) was born in ...
West Slope city on the rebound
Grand Junction, which stands in stark contrast to other parts of the state that have come back from the Great Recession. The area is still 3,000 ...
CEO of the Year
Nine years ago, a group of about 75 architects, engineers, contractors and developers gathered in LoDo to answer a call for potential developers capable of spearheading ...
Best Companies to Work For 2014
Why are we so interested in catching a glimpse of the inner workings of other professional environments? Can it really be that much better to ...
Wanna B? This book will help you get there
Companies such as outdoor gear manufacturer Patagonia, ice cream producer Ben & Jerry’s and Fort Collins-based brewery New Belgium have all proactively built ...
Dealing with virtual sales rejection
Social selling can be tricky. There are no real rules other than the golden rule: Treat other people as we would wish to be treated ...
The futurist: Extreme graphene
In 2004, scientists Andre Geim and Kostya Novoselov from the University of Manchester, used adhesive tape to lift a thin layer of carbon from a block ...
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