The construction industry has traditionally been viewed as a male-dominated field; however, the number of women both managing projects and in craftworker roles has been increasing.
SRG is a full-service advertising agency, a strategy and insights powerhouse, a culinary think tank, a brand positioning and design foundry, and an innovation juggernaut.
Profiling the Colorado women that are helping build and nurture Colorado's organizations and businesses. They are CEOs, startup founders, strategists and irreplaceable employees.
Each three-hour event will include a multi-agency presentation of the key state programs and tools available to assist with rural development, followed by more than two hours of community workshops.
BuzzBox Barbers has a fleet of two 150-square-foot trailers that park in office building parking lots in Boulder and Broomfield counties. Each trailer has the space and resources for two barbers to work on two customers.
Jimmy Sengenberger launched his Front-Range morning radio show in 2017. The three-hour show covers business and economics and features interviews with entertaining and engaging guests.
Karma Card Jewelry was started by a Greeley music teacher with the idea of making earrings from gift cards, beads, vinyl and other recycled materials.
Repurposing often begins with one's own waste stream. Caitlin Paul of Farmhouse Feedbags in Florissant started making a few tote bags from empty sacks of feed for her chickens in 2016.
The store opened their first location in Colorado Springs in 2015. It then expanded to open a second spot in Fort Collins a year later.
Jennifer Basch uses customers' used T-shirts from breweries and sports teams to repurpose into skirts. She once crafted a scarf from 30 ties a customer inherited from her late father.
Colorado sent nearly 10 million tons of waste to the landfill in 2017, according to the Colorado Public Interest Research Group. Meet the enterprising women are transforming that waste stream into a supply chain.
The resort and spa is located in the Colorado Rocky Mountains, 65 miles west of Denver, 15 minutes west of Winter Park but a world away from everything.