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Alpine Bank Wealth Management Tops $1 Billion

In addition to growing assets under management, the ABWM team has also grown its staff to meet the needs of clients in each of Alpine Bank’s diverse Colorado regions.

Gearo: Bringing new affordability to outdoor recreation

The startup's founders initially saw their idea as a consumer-facing app. After learning rental shops liked the platform and wanted to use it to manage their rentals, the Barones pressed the pause button in late 2017 to pivot to a new B2B model.

Ask a Realtor: Is sooner better than later for listing a home?

Being aware of your options and how to best present your home to potential buyers, including market value pricing, will help increase your ability to sell your home in a timely manner to the right buyer.

Four leadership development skills to spark real change

Focusing on these four key elements -- style, skills, experience and maturity – can have a significant impact on a leader’s ability to develop, engage and contribute to the creation of a positive and productive workplace while growing other leaders within the organization.

CEOs: Learning from the chaos

Take a different path for a few days, a harder one that you aren’t used to. Leave your phone at home. Eat lunch with a different crowd. Talk to a pissed off customer. Go help a loading dock worker. I bet you’ll learn a few things.

Retaining top performers: Are you doing enough to keep your MVPs?

Retaining top performers is an ongoing challenge for many businesses today. Take steps to ensure these valued employees truly feel valued, and you will be well-positioned to maintain a deep bench of in-demand talent that will help your business succeed — and that your competitors will envy.

The Workforce of the Future: Navigating Industry 4.0

Tech innovation is prompting massive change — a transformation so significant it’s referred to as a fourth industrial revolution, or Industry 4.0. From facial recognition software to voice-activated virtual assistants and self-driving delivery trucks, the line between human and machine work continues to blur.

An Insider's Guide to the 2020 Fort Collins Startup Week

ColoradoBiz sat down with Nick Armstrong, CEO of WTF Marketing (the event organizer), to learn more about the event including insider tips, must-attend events and what’s new in the events fifth year.

What public relations is, and is not

The guiding principle of a great public relations campaign, whether a modest one for a mom-and-pop shop or a far-reaching one for a Fortune 500 company, is the same: Take a company with a good story and make sure their desired audiences know about it.

Xcel gives new life to historic, clean energy water plant

As part of its commitment to carbon-free electricity by 2050, Xcel Energy is modernizing Cabin Creek, a historic high-altitude, clean-energy water plant near Georgetown. The utility currently sources 27% of its electricity from renewable sources.

The Toyota Corolla remains reliable, consistent after 50 years

The 2020 Corolla is still the well-made, reliable, consistent, affordable, predictable, and comfortable sure-fire car it has always been. It is not exciting. It will not win styling contests. It can’t race. But it sells like hot cakes because it will take you and your family anywhere you need to go.

Norwich University launches online bachelor's program in business administration

The program will start with six concentration paths, which include: cyber security management, human resource management, leadership studies, procurement and contract management, financial services management and supply chain management.
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