Sage has also hired Kerstin Sommer-Raza to serve as the area director of sales and marketing overseeing the two independent downtown Denver hotels.
Boasting more than 50 events and 85 guest speakers, Colorado Springs Startup Week gave the 1,000 or so attendees plenty of opportunities to learn, network and even see firsthand some of the city’s most promising local enterprises.
As a team-building exercise, few experiences can beat “escape rooms,” hour-long games in which participants solve puzzles and perform tasks to free themselves.
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.
Though craft beer remains popular and prosperous, the state’s rich brewing legacy is striving to overcome obstacles as it matures. The capital, distribution, sales, branding and promotion required to keep beer businesses afloat inevitably puts smaller, independent operations at a disadvantage.
As rents continue to rise across the Front Range, pockets of the city that historically have had concentrations of locally owned shops and restaurants are giving way to national retailers that can afford to pay higher prices.
Retailers, and more specifically supermarkets, are toying with a new technology called Smart Shelf. But like all other 'smart' things this day, while it may seem helpful, they are anything but.
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.
Through life, we experience both the highs and lows. If the typical economic condition is marked by steady sustenance or modest profits, the lowest point is when our financial survival, and perhaps physical survival, is seriously threatened.