Through cross-border, growth-consulting firm FDI Strategies, Eric Moraczewski has established a network in the United States and China that helps mid-tier companies poised for international growth get direct foreign investment.
At the age of 16, Jayson Baker dropped out of high school to start Peak Internet, the first company to bring wireless Internet to Woodland Park.
Megan Burtt is redefining the model of building a career in music with an aggressive approach to marketing through volunteer activism, social media and community involvement.
Brenna St. Onge has developed comprehensive sustainability programs for hotels from Hawaii to Colorado, most recently at the Brown Palace Hotel, where she created an in-room recycling program, a hotel-wide composting program and a sustainable purchasing policy.
Jeremy DeWall has implemented some of the most progressive Emergency Medical Services (EMS) protocols in the country for rural first responders, Flight For Life and the new Community Paramedic program.
When Jason Sauers founded Phidiax, a custom software implementation company, he created a flat employment structure to support equality and ownership while focusing on technology, architecture and client satisfaction.
Loren Martinez has put systems and practices into place that support the intense popularity of Little Man Ice Cream, which has seen sales increase by an average of 20 percent to 30 percent annually since it opened in 2008.
Known as DJ Chonz, Mario Rodriguez has led KS-1075 to No. 1 rankings in various categories, including afternoon and night slots he hosts for the 18 to 34 demographic.
Brad Cillian is helping companies develop culture by designing and budgeting their benefits and compensation dollars based on what employees value most.
Rober Klamser revolutionized the bankruptcy process by developing a system for electronic claim and ballot filing that was the first in the nation used in a corporate Chapter 11 proceeding.
Ed Wingfield has helped transform the struggling Urban Leadership Foundation of Colorado (formerly the Colorado Black Chamber of Commerce Foundation) into one the most recognized leadership organizations in the state.
Jarred Black led the Larry H. Miller Volkswagen dealership to record sales volume in both the new- and used-car categories during his first year as store manager.