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How companies can win with philanthropy

Simply giving money to a charity or philanthropic organization doesn’t necessarily carry the same impact as taking the time to work side-by-side with others. Donating time builds stronger teams and creates a sense of empathy among employees

Pitkin County takes aim on high-energy mansions

Aspen joins Denver, Boulder and Fort Collins among the 31 jurisdictions across the United States that employ energy benchmarking as a tool for driving down building energy use.

A unique cohort of Colorado industries tackle carbon emissions

The pilot program, initiated by the State of Colorado Air Pollution Control Division, leverages carbon capture technology from Earthly Labs to capture and store excess CO2 created by Denver Beer Co. during the beer fermentation process. The captured CO2 is then saved for reuse by The Clinic, a Denver-based cannabis dispensary chain.

Marketing in times of economic uncertainty

There is a strong argument for spending marketing dollars even when times are tough. Here are several recession-proof marketing tips to utilize during economic uncertainty to ensure continued sales success today and ensuring a strong position ahead of the competition once things start to turn around.

How to stay relevant in a disruptive marketplace

A fascinating thing about disruption and innovation is that the underlying need is often unchanged. People still ride bikes, take pictures, watch movies and listen to music, but how they do it has morphed to more convenient (not always cheaper) solutions.

This Valentine’s Day, share some love with small businesses

Whether you painstakingly make Valentine’s Day plans months in advance or do a mad scramble at the last second to find that perfect romantic dinner spot, perfect gift or perfect fun date night activities – don’t forget to spread the love among our state’s small businesses.

Research and Development Expenditures: Timing is Everything Under New Tax Rules

Historically, taxpayers been able to elect to deduct or capitalize these costs in the year they were paid or incurred, under Section 174(a) or Rev. Proc. 2000-50. For tax years beginning after Dec. 31, 2021, the revised Section 174 rules will require taxpayers to capitalize and amortize all R&D costs.

Kate Greenberg ushers in a new age of Colorado agriculture

Greenberg is the first-ever female commissioner for Colorado, and at 32, probably the youngest. She differs in every obvious way from her recent predecessors, who were men of a certain age named Don (Ament and Brown) and John (Salazar and Stulp), all Colorado natives who were farmers or ranchers themselves.

Made in Colorado 2020: The Top 100 Manufacturers

ColoradoBiz is gearing up to celebrate just some of the manufacturers that are bringing innovation within their industries. The annual Made in Colorado honors 100 of the state's manufacturers in ten industry categories.

Trends driving CRE lending in the Mile High City

While the CRE industry can be very unpredictable, Denver has shown itself to be a prosperous CRE investment hub for the near-term.

A Practical Guide to ETH Denver 2020

This year’s free event kicks off Friday, Feb. 14 (and carries through Sunday, Feb 16) and is expected to bring together around 3,000 developers, technologists, makers, crypto-economists, coders and designers for a hackathon weekend, to cement Colorado as a thriving hub of blockchain innovation.

Santiago's serves up green chili, burritos fit for a saint

Santiago's boasts 28 locations along the Front Range and as far off as Sterling on the Eastern Plains. Of those 28 restaurants, 15 are family owned; the other 13 are franchises whose owners are either former Santiago’s employees or relatives.
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