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.
Punch Bowl Social’s flagship location opened in 2012. By December, there [were] be 23 sites nationwide.
Schmidt’s succession started in 2007, during a recession that hit the construction industry especially hard. a
UMB Bank's Mariner Kemper says to “Do what’s right, not what’s popular."
When CEO JB Kellogg founded Madwire with his dad in 2009, it was a risky time to launch a startup.
When Browning founded her first company in 1985, The Browning Group, “Female entrepreneurs in Colorado were few and far between,” she says.
Culture eats strategy, as evidenced by Comparably's annual list of Best Companies for Women to Work.
Breslin and his team strive to deliver better programming to the more than 10,000 Colorado children who are living in situations of abuse or neglect.
When Velocity Global CEO Ben Wright realized domestic companies had a growing need for international employees but didn't want to incorporate on foreign soil, he founded a PEO firm with a network spanning 187 countries.
In a field that isn't exactly known for innovation, Anderson leverages technology to advance his firm's operations.
For Michael Gellman, business is about the buzz — that sense of excitement bouncing from pod to pod in Spire Digital’s funky-modern Lincoln Street digs.