With the advent of AI, more jobs are becoming automated. But, there is unique set of skills, character traits and attributes needed in order not to be replaced and to make yourself irreplaceable in the future of work.
The M&A process starts with a conversation with their lender. For businesses, strategy should be a vital part of the ongoing communication between the buyer and lender.
As a Managing Director in Denver, Jamie Hunter is responsible for relationship building, account management, and team leadership.
With the accelerator, the hope is that these ten companies will gain the tools and resources they need to scale and grow not only their bottom line, but their impact.
We’re not here to tell you that the post-startup life gets harder. Rather, we’d like to offer up some advice regarding startup mentality and maturity. It’s one thing to think about scaling, it’s another to do it properly in order to meet customer expectations, operational demands and appropriate leadership requirements.
The Denver rental market is not slowing down. The current market conditions in Denver are showing that there is going to be a need for rental properties for a long time. But, it’s not all fun and games.
Friednash will collaborate with the firm’s Government Relations Department Chair Marc Lampkin to coordinate state and local efforts with the firm’s nationally recognized federal government relations practice.
With a great price point and some nice driving and safety features, this station wagon may seem like a steal, but this Volvo still fell short (quite literally) for our car reviewer.
Being a good steward of financial gain in life requires a balance between giving, spending and saving all of which require the attribute of self-control for the greater good of all concerned.
Through work-based apprenticeship programs with local businesses, the new campus is attempting to create more successful pathways for students as they join either the workforce or a 4-degree program.
Based on Reuters analysis of federal data, Denver ranked as one of the top twenty superstar cities in the U.S., but this might not be a good thing. Following the 2007-2009 recession, the spoils of growth have been divided as some cities thrive and others languish.
Today the speed of change seems only to increase. The effects of advancing technology, increasing globalization and evolving customer expectations mean that standing still is not an option. Agility or irrelevance – that’s the choice that today’s CEOs must make to continue to stay competitive and grow.