The big move for 2020? Bringing manufacturing in-house. As of February, Bolder Surgical is making all of its new products in Colorado. Not only has this improved the quality of the products, but its decreased the cost.
As the batteries in an electric vehicle (EV) typically account for 30% to 40% of its price tag, big automotive manufacturers are on the hunt for ways to mitigate costs. Co-founder and CEO Doug Campbell says he thinks Solid Power’s technology could cut a battery’s cost by a third.
Now under the guidance of fourth-generation owners, President Steve Polidori and VP Melodie Polidori Harris, Polidori Sausage moved to a new facility in northeast Denver in 2016, tripling its floor space while emphasizing sustainability via energy efficiency, water conservation and other initiatives.
COO Scott Yarberry says they’re popular because they’re built to last, with simple and elegant designs. The 10V, unchanged since 1981, uses only two moving parts to belt out a 115-decibel wail 100 meters in all directions. There are currently more than 5,000 10Vs in service on Earth.
While government struggles to fund much needed improvements to public infrastructure and transportation, consumers are faced with a choice, and it’s worth keeping in mind that toll roads offer a choice – you’re paying either way, after all.
In its annual review of the largest publicly traded banks and thrifts, Forbes ranked Heartland No. 40 among a nationwide group of 100 banking organizations with assets ranging from $9 billion to over $2 trillion.
Through technology and creative thinking, these two companies are answering questions that were seemingly impossible to answer. This article evaluates how they solved these challenges as well as the entrepreneurial mindset that made it possible.
The company’s enthusiasm for the outdoors inspires their initiatives to use less, waste less and conserve more. From partnerships with organizations like Trout Unlimited 1% for Rivers, Leave No Trace and Protect our Winters to conscientious production practices and packaging choices, Upslope is leading a movement of breweries committed to brewing better as a certified B Corporation.
The United States economy is entering 2020 with some very good momentum. The country is now in the eleventh year of economic expansion, and the economy continues to show a lot of resilience amidst challenges. However, the risk for a recession over the next 18 months is more elevated than any time since 2007. But what does this mean for Colorado businesses?
In addition to growing assets under management, the ABWM team has also grown its staff to meet the needs of clients in each of Alpine Bank’s diverse Colorado regions.
The program will start with six concentration paths, which include: cyber security management, human resource management, leadership studies, procurement and contract management, financial services management and supply chain management.