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Mobile Barbershop Gives Haircuts On the Go

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.

Colorado Companies to Watch 2019: The Fixers

These up and coming Colorado companies exist to make your life easier, bringing you fresh takes on traditional services for your homes, vehicles and more.

Colorado Companies to Watch 2019: The Makers & Suppliers

Spanning everything from stickers and soap to clean energy and modeling, the makers and fixers of Colorado are evolving traditional practices to do things differently

Colorado Companies to Watch 2019: The Communicators & Educators

Telling a story is a unique gift. These five Colorado agencies and groups are doing it in a unique and and creative way.

Colorado Companies to Watch 2019: The Foodies

This state is beaming with restaurants and food companies, but these seven businesses are doing something different, be it a new way to create sustainable proteins or a new take on whiskey or wings.

Colorado Companies to Watch 2019: The Organizers

Each of these companies can get your life or business together by organizing transportation, organizing fundraising funds, shopping and more.

Colorado Companies to Watch 2019: The Techies

Each company on this list is using technology to create new innovative solutions for everything from email to marketing to rental properties and energy.

Colorado Companies to Watch 2019: The Helpers

Be it beer, vinyl records or addiction, each of these new companies is dedicating part of their mission to helping others, the environment and other companies.

50 Colorado Companies to Watch 2019

There were 1,100, then 100, then 50 — Colorado companies with so much promise, perseverance and passion-driven purpose that when the judging was done, they just had to be part of the 2019 class of Colorado Companies to Watch.

Tech Startup Teltoo Can Kill the Spinny Thing

CEO Pablo Hesse co-founded Teltoo in Madrid to help alleviate the bottlenecks for video streaming. “One of the problems with live streaming is bandwidth,” Hesse says. That translates to inferior quality to broadcast television.

Honey of a Business: The Buzz About Sweet Bee Sisters

What started for the three Warren sisters as a learning experience around the family bee-keeping enterprise has given rise to an empire growing by lips and bounds.

Bike Shop Girl Blazes a New Trail

It’s safe to say there hasn’t been anything in Colorado quite like Bike Shop Girl Family Cyclery. The business model is designed to make buying a bike a very personal and empowering experience.
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