Each of these startups started with an idea and has quickly grown into something more. These finalists are doing everything from serving Colorado's homeless population to solving problems with cybersecurity and CBD.
The span of technology services is wide, and these companies are filling the space. From cloud computing to UX design and communications and applications, meet the top company finalists for this market.
Whether you need to plan a trip or you're looking to make the most of your time in Colorado, these tourism and hospitality firms are at the peak of their game.
In its 32nd year, companies were awarded based on outstanding achievements, financial performance and community involvement, including philanthropic pursuits.
The transaction, which is expected to close in the fourth quarter of 2019, has been unanimously approved by each company’s board of directors.
While Kaiser opened in California in 1945, it expanded into Denver in 1969, starting in downtown Denver in its Franklin medical officer. 50 years later, it has grown from 712 members and six physicians to 31 Front Range Medical offices, 1,200 physicians, 6,700 employees and over 640,000 members.
RTAP is a series of technical assistance initiatives designed to enhance rural economic development strategies across the state. The program links state partnerships and specialized resources to address the economic development goals of rural Colorado.
The one-year-old bedding retailer is making quite a splash in a seemingly boring market. Sheets & Giggles won the 2018 Denver Startup Week pitch competition and was part of the 2019 class of Techstars Boulder.
For the 154 Colorado firms on the list, the average three-year revenue growth was 435% and the average revenue in 2018 was $22.34 million. In total, Colorado companies brought in a revenue of about $4.56 billion in 2018.
Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck has recently been recognized for its practices in recruiting, retaining, promoting and developing women lawyers. Through establishing its Women’s Leadership Initiative and new benefits programs, the firm is putting diversity at the forefront of its business.
Myers was a serious bicyclist for decades and had competed worldwide in races. Even late in his life, he rode 300 to 400 miles a week.
One Australian snowboarder turned Colorado business owner has helped transform and grow a number of Colorado-based franchises. His name is Brent Dowling and he is the co-founder of RainTree, a franchise development firm.