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Introducing the 2019 Top Company Award Winners

These 16 companies are making Colorado a great place to live and work


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Last night, Colorado’s best and brightest in business gathered at the Denver Center of Performing Arts to crown the 2019 top companies.

In its 32nd year, ColoradoBiz is proud to celebrate the highest-achieving firms in the state across a number of industries at the Top Company awards. Initial nominations were narrowed down to 16 categories and 49 finalists. From there, a judging panel of business leaders and editors narrowed the field to this year’s 2019 class of top companies.

Companies were judged and awarded based on outstanding achievements, financial performance and community involvement, including philanthropic pursuits.

At the 2019 Top Company Awards, Lisa Hidalgo from Denver7, the emcee for the evening presented one finalist from each of the 16 categories as the winner. So without further ado, the 2019 winners are:

ADVERTISING & MARKETINGLRXD

DIGITAL MARKETINGMAGNETI

ARCHITECTURE & INTERIOR DESIGNTRIO

CONSTRUCTION & ENGINEERINGLIFETIME WINDOWS & SIDING

CONSUMER BUSINESS IBOTTA

ENERGYENSCICON CORP.

FINANCIAL SERVICESKEYBANK

HEALTH CARETHE EATING RECOVERY CENTER

MANUFACTURINGREYNOLDS POLYMER TECHNOLOGY

NONPROFITCOTTONWOOD INSTITUTE

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES LT ENVIRONMENTAL INC.

REAL ESTATEETKIN JOHNSON REAL ESTATE PARTNERS

SOFTWAREWOODRIDGE SOFTWARE

STARTUPBALANCED HEALTH BOTANICALS

TECHNOLOGY SERVICESPROPELLER AERO

TOURISM & HOSPITALITYFOOTERS CATERING

Congrats to all the companies and each of the finalists. Both the winners and finalists of this year’s awards will be featured in the September/October issue of ColoradoBiz magazine.

Thanks to all of our 2019 sponsors for making this program possible: Moye White LLP, Deloitte, BOK Financial and Versatility Creative Group and E470. Partners for the awards include: Footers Catering, YellowDog, Sugarwish, BMA Colorado, South Metro Denver Chamber, the Colorado Business Roundtable and Enstrom.

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Ali Longwell

Ali Longwell is the digital editor at ColoradoBiz. She has also written for SDxCentral, a B2B online technology publication, as well as Denver-area lifestyle magazines 5280, Denver Life Magazine, Avid Lifestyle and more. She can be reached at alongwell@cobizmag.com

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