From glass jars to surveillance satellites, Ball Corp. has been in 48 different business lines since its founding in 1880. CEO John Hayes is getting ready to lead the company to a new campus in Westminster and continue its sustainable path forward.
The 20th location of Punch Bowl Social will be up and running in Austin by the end of 2019, as the total employee count has surpassed 3,000. And that's just the appetizer.
Connelly came to the Nuggets in 2013 by way of the New Orleans Pelicans and earned a promotion to team president in 2017. His strategy with the Nuggets has bucked the NBA norm.
In her role as president of Metropolitan State University of Denver, Janine Davidson aims to "reorient the university and double down on career issues." Students are looking at education as a career catalyst, and MSU Denver has invested heavily in career-oriented curricula aimed at aerospace, piloting, brewing, health care and other industries.
StickerGiant was born in a basement in the wake of the 2000 election when John Fischer hocked a generic "He is not my president" bumper sticker. That led to brokering stickers, then StickerGiant went into the printing business in 2012.
Working with a contract brewery to boost volume in 2017, WeldWerks encountered a crossroads. So, Fisher and his team turned to innovation and pushed boundaries. Today, the brewery is rapidly expanding to meet demand.
Alterra’s portfolio of world-class destinations includes Mammoth, Steamboat and Winter Park, as well as partners like Aspen and Jackson Hole. That’s by design.
Lafferty joined Habitat for Humanity International as a regional director in 1999 after seeing a help wanted ad in The Denver Post. She moved over to Habitat for Humanity Metro Denver in 2003.
Neinas has diversified beyond recreation alone: Echo Canyon has expanded from whitewater into dining and lodging with the 8 Mile Bar and Grill and luxury cabins and increasingly elaborate glamping tents.
Xcel's way forward includes cutting carbon emissions 80% from 2005 levels by 2030 and achieving net-zero carbon by 2050. In doing so, Jackson hopes to help provide reliable electricity in a safe, economical and sustainable manner.
Rich Benenson is managing partner-elect for Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, law and lobbying firm. With 12 offices across the Western U.S., plus Washington, D.C. and Atlantic City, Brownstein is where business, law and politics converge.
The 48-year-old Harvard graduate’s portfolio of work has run the gamut from early stage, venture-backed startups to some of the largest publicly traded global media and technology operations in the world, mostly from the comfort of his hometown, Denver.