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Denver Metro Chamber Doles Out Seven Business Awards

The metro area's chamber of commerce celebrated its annual business awards Friday, April 27


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Denver companies and nonprofits in seven different categories were celebrated for their successes and community impact at Friday, April 27th's 2018 Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce Business Awards, presented by Colorado Business Bank. The luncheon and program took place at Infinity Park.

"We continue to be wowed by out Business Awards winners and finalists," says Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Kelly Brough. "They put people to work in great jobs, they give back to the community and they are always thinking about what's next. Colorado is stronger because of them and their entrepreneurial spirit."

Six organizational categories had three finalists each, in addition to the 2018 David E. Bailey Small Business Advocate Award presented to Ceyl Prinster, CEO and president of the Colorado Enterprise Fund. Prinster was honored for a career spent helping entrepreneurs and small businesses. 

"These are leaders in the business and nonprofit community who are leading-edge thinkers, collaborators and change-makers," Brough says. "We thank all of our finalists and winners for making Colorado a great place to live and do business.

Check out profiles and videos of the winners and finalists here

GREEN BUSINESS

2018 Business Awards - Green Business of the Year Finalists from Denver Metro Chamber on Vimeo.

MINORITY- OR WOMAN-OWNED BUSINESS

2018 Business Awards - Women-Minority Owned Business of the Year Finalists from Denver Metro Chamber on Vimeo.

SMALL BUSINESS 

2018 Business Awards - Small Business of the Year Finalists from Denver Metro Chamber on Vimeo.

STARTUP BUSINESS

2018 Business Awards - Start-Up Business of the Year Finalists from Denver Metro Chamber on Vimeo.

SMALL NONPROFIT

2018 Business Awards - Small Nonprofit Organization of the Year Finalists from Denver Metro Chamber on Vimeo.

LARGE NONPROFIT

2018 Business Awards - Large Nonprofit Organization of the Year Finalists from Denver Metro Chamber on Vimeo.

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Gigi Sukin

Gigi Sukin is the former digital editor of ColoradoBiz.

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