COVID-19

Four ways COVID-19 is changing health care–now and in the future

As Colorado and the nation continue to navigate the deep impacts of COVID-19, one thing seems certain—the pandemic has changed the way many of us have traditionally viewed and engaged with the health care system. Many times, crises create an urgency to speed up innovations to meet consumers’ demands and provide convenience. COVID-19 has led to a few emerging trends that may usher in permanent changes to the ways we access health care.

Managing retirement planning during the pandemic

From job layoffs, furloughs and shuttered businesses—the COVID-19 pandemic has undoubtedly impacted our economy, forcing many to make the hard decision about whether or not to dip into their retirement savings to pay the bills and put food on the table. Research found three in 10 Americans withdrew money from their retirement savings and 27% of Americans have decreased the amount of money they are setting aside for retirement savings or stopped saving for retirement altogether.

Denver company launches new electric vehicles to solve foodservice challenges this fall

Gallery E Vehicles help food, beverage and merchandising operators bring their products directly to consumers. The environmentally friendly, cost-effective, fully customizable light duty vehicles are the latest in Gallery’s line-up of innovative products being used in venues across the country, from major NFL stadiums to colleges and universities, conference centers, airports and malls.