The companies in the 2019 Best Companies to Work For in Colorado award program are serious about creating a culture based on intentional effort and aligned behaviors.
Colorado’s record-breaking 2.6% unemployment rate means employers have to work that much harder to attract – and keep – outstanding employees. That’s something this year’s nine Best Companies to Work For in Colorado finalists — including three winners — take to heart.
Harris will launch ActivateIT in the Denver market, leading fundraising, community engagement and program management for the new venture.
Turbine Labs’ suite of products likewise uses “cognitive AI” to process the boundless amount of data available in everything from newspapers and magazines to social media platforms
Gore will oversee all aspects of sales and marketing for the luxury property management firm, which has more than 30 years of success in a variety of businesses.
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A heated debate over the name “Stapleton” culminated in a vote this summer by property owners on whether to change it. More than 65 percent of those who cast votes opted to keep it.
Since 2013, Colorado State University, Metropolitan State University of Denver, Regis University, University of Northern Colorado and Front Range Community College have all brought brewing to the curriculum in a big way.
This dual role, serving both organizations, will help further the mission of the company through a targeted corporate social responsibility strategy and continue to drive the foundation’s focus on advancing oral health equity.
Colorado in 2018 adopted a goal of having 940,000 electric vehicles on state roads by 2030. Legislators in the last session passed five bills to nudge along adoption of EVs.
From animal shelters offering yoga classes amid adoptable felines to a library friends’ group that transformed traditional fundraisers into a year-round used bookstore, business-based efforts are burgeoning in support of tight budgets at Colorado nonprofits.
Wendt raises the lawyer count in Denver to 19, which is more than triple the number of attorneys since the office opened in 2008.