Kate Bailey launched her career as a reporter-editor at two ColoradoBiz sister publications. Like many in the media industry, she went to the “dark side” in the fall of 2013, entrepreneurially evolving her journalistic skills to craft her own public relations firm, largely serving luxury and lifestyle brands, including multiple Inc. 500 companies.
Neiman answers questions on the short- and long-term economic impacts of coronavirus on the state; how businesses can protect themselves from bankruptcy; and the options available to Colorado companies to protect their long-term profit.
donnie l. betts (intentionally lowercase) was honored with this award for his work as a producer, filmmaker, playwright, actor and activist over the past 20 plus years.
While Rob Applegate’s day-to-day is heavily wrapped up in the realm of math and science, he has dedicated himself after hours to the creative economy in Denver through his service on a number of cultural and nonprofit boards.
Artists and creatives operate like any other businesses, however, typical resources for business owners aren’t always applicable to the creative industries. Which is why Zack Warkentin, owner of Warkentin, LLC, has dedicated himself to helping provide legal expertise and education to this population.
Smith initially joined the CBCA Leadership Arts program when he was tasked with managing The Underground Music Showcase for The Denver Post Foundation in 2009/2010. The showcase is a multi-day, multi-venue music festival that started in 2008 and has continued each year on South Broadway.
The pair are business partners and part of a team specializing in the leasing, acquisition and disposition of industrial properties across metro Denver.
In 2020, it can seem like most of our lives are spent online. And when you’re scrolling and scrolling, you often notice an overwhelming amount of negativity. This is why Jeff Elam, and his company OfEveryone, is looking to bring new positivity to the world wide web.
Employers Council, a B2B human resource and employment law company, announced this week that long-time President and CEO Michael Severns plans to retire, effective March 31. Kim Koy, the organization’s current chief operating officer will succeed Severns. Koy will begin her new role on April 1.
Education, infrastructure development, economic incentives and sensible regulation will all play a part in helping manufacturing businesses grow and thrive in Colorado.
By getting your employees out of the office and into a space where they can connect and bond with their colleagues (all while having fun), you are creating a company culture that attracts and retains the best workers, stimulates productivity and creates work-life balance that is essential to Colorado employees.
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.