With his business partners, Stuckey has been involved in Frasca, Pizzeria Locale, a 2.0 joint venture with Chipotle, Tavernetta, and is currently working on a new project: Sunday Vinyl.
Prior to joining BMC, Little spent 12 years at Amstar. n her most recent role as head of finance and operations, she was responsible for Amstar’s global accounting, treasury, financial planning and analysis, investor relations, tax, corporate finance, HR and IT functions.
Rick Zelenka is a man of many talents and careers — aerospace and mechanical engineer, aerospace executive, longtime pilot and, most recently patent attorney. Now, he is adding a new title to this list: entrepreneur.
Sage has also hired Kerstin Sommer-Raza to serve as the area director of sales and marketing overseeing the two independent downtown Denver hotels.
Rodrigues focuses her practice on the development, protection and commercialization of intellectual property assets in matters involving trademarks and trade dress.
For the last nine years, ColoradoBiz has celebrated the most influential young professionals from across the state. Now, in GenXYZ’s 10th year, 50 finalists were culled from hundreds of nominations.
Jones is an industry veteran with more than 20 years of experience. Most recently, she was the vice president of marketing and research at Cushman & Wakefield for Colorado.
InBank named Chris McShane as its senior vice president and senior commercial banker, Tom Francis as its senior vice president, SBA and commercial banker and Jamie Winkler as its vice president of treasury management.
Wennogle joins partner Carrie Rodgers, who has more than 30 years of experience in the construction industry.
Colles isn’t a coach (although she used to be) or a team owner. But she is, for hundreds of young people, a conduit to a career in sports. As professor of Sport Management at Metropolitan State University of Denver, Colles orchestrates the only accredited Sports Management academic program in Colorado.
The website acts as a guide for entrepreneurs as they take their businesses from start to sold.
Starting a business can be an incredibly daunting task. Even in the age of the internet, with unlimited resources at your disposal, it can be difficult to build a network, operate the business and find success. For this local entrepreneur, she found all this (and more) through a fitness franchise, 30 Minute HIT.