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Top Company Awards 2019

So, what makes a 2019 Top Company? Drive, certainly. Determination to persevere in good times and bad, to embrace the inevitable challenges — to welcome them as opportunities, even.

Top Company 2019: Advertising and Marketing

Meet Amélie Company, Fireside Production and LRXD as they represent just some of the 2019 top company winners. From telling brand stories to creating powerful videos, these three firms are making the mark on the business community.

Top Company 2019: Digital Marketing

The three finalists for Top Company digital marketing are Magneti, JeanGinzburg.com and Revenue River. From entrepreneurs and startups to corporations and small businesses, these brands are serving their clients with unique campaigns.
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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
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Good Company: East West Partners

Christmas Eve 2018 marked East West Partners’ 20th anniversary since dipping a toe into the Denver market. It was that day two decades ago when Mark Smith and Harry Frampton made a bet and signed a contract to buy a 25-acre parcel in Riverfront Park.

OnDeck Challenge to Award Small Businesses With Funds

OnDeck, an online small business lender, is hosting the OnDeck ONWARD Denver Challenge, where small businesses in metro Denver can enter to win a cash prize of up to $10,000.

Corporate Profile: RMI Insights

The Denver-based software firm RMI Insights, which is in the process of closing on its Series A financing from select Institutional Venture Capital Investors, is growing fast.
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MoreMade in Colorado

The 8th Annual Made in Colorado Event

Each year, ColoradoBiz brings together the state’s manufacturers at its Made in Colorado event. The unique event celebrates the people and businesses behind some of the state’s most innovative products. The 2020 event was held March 12 at Mile High Station.

System76: Inside its shift from software to manufacturing

A pioneer in open-source operating systems, System76 has been selling custom Linux-based computers since 2005, but it only started making its own machines in 2018.

2020 Made in Colorado

There’s been some doomsaying and trepidation going into 2020, but there is still plenty of upside for manufacturers in Colorado. In many cases, it’s even less expensive to make a higher-quality product right here in Colorado.
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MoreCompany Perspectives

How coronavirus will affect the private cannabis market

History has shown us that in any market disruption, panic-induced decision making rarely benefits investors, and that huge wealth is truly created after market downturns. While many investors will be too fearful of the current economic conditions to invest, those who have the confidence to deploy capital in cannabis investments today might benefit tremendously over the long term.

NSCD celebrates 50 years of innovation and adaptability

Adaptability and innovation has carried the NSCD through fifty years, enabling the organization to serve over 150,000 children and adults living with disabilities. Through the organization’s programming, it has helped these individuals get outdoors and participate in the sports and activities that draw people to the Rocky Mountains.

Denver should focus on second stage businesses, not startups

While business startups are a critical source of job creation, it is middle-market businesses that are arguably more important than startups for stimulating the economy. But even though they have the potential to be the greatest generators of good-paying new jobs, most investors and top talent have lost interest in them, making growth at this stage even more difficult.
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The latest coronavirus updates and how they're affecting Colorado businesses

With daily changes to policies, regulations and lifestyle, ColoradoBiz is dedicated to bringing you the latest news affecting employers and employees. Today, advice for landlords on offering rent relief.

FoodMaven launches consumer grocery with FoodMaven Warehouse

FoodMaven is temporarily opening its inventory to consumers this week to support food security in Colorado communities. Bulk food items will be available from FoodMaven through a pickup or delivery option.

Denver Announces Initial Economic Relief Package for Businesses, Employees

The City and County of Denver is committed to identifying, developing and implementing local programs, including financial and wrap-around services, to support Denver business owners and their employees affected by the city’s public health response to COVID-19. The city is creating an initial relief fund of $4 million to support small businesses during this time
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MoreBehind the Biz

OfEveryone is bringing new positivity to the internet [VIDEO]

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.

Jason Dalbey wants to help you move [VIDEO]

There’s a lot of stress that comes with buying and selling property, which is why Jason Dalbey, real estate agent, developer at The Dalbey Group, leverages a number of programs to help homeowners through the process.

Maritza Torres: A different approach to real estate [VIDEO]

Realtor Maritza Torres was determined to make her listings memorable, so she backs every listed property with an integrated marketing campaign.
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