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Best of Colorado Business Choice 2018

20,000 votes cast for statewide favorites


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What's the best vegetarian restaurant? The best MBA program? The best attraction on the Eastern Plains? The best coffee shop on the Western Slope? 

We asked, and ColoradoBiz readers responded, casting nearly 20,000 votes for their preferred service providers and hangouts in more than 80 categories, from business lunch spots to staffing firms to financial planners to the best place for team building.

As in the previous three editions, the Best of Colorado Business Choice voting was conducted by research firm Data Joe over several months and included in ColoradoBiz Daily newsletters. Participants were allowed to vote for their own companies but, to minimize self-interest, were also required to vote in at least 10 categories.

Chances are you won't agree with all the results – what fun would that be? – but you will find plenty on the following pages to try for the first time and vote on next year.

CONTENTS

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

TECHNOLOGY

TRANSPORTATION

FINANCE

FOOD + BEVERAGE

LODGING + ACCOMMODATIONS

MAINTENANCE

REAL ESTATE

HEALTH

LIFESTYLE

PERSONAL FULFILLMENT

OFFICE

RECREATION

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Mike Taylor

Mike Taylor is the editor of ColoradoBiz magazine. Email him at mtaylor@cobizmag.com.

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