How this Boulder defense contractor plans to triple revenue by 2021

by Ed Sealover  – Reporter, Denver Business Journal Medical staffing firm provides services to U.S. Department of Defense facilities Out of his home office in Boulder, Dr. Bill Rivard has built one of the nation’s fastest-growing medical staffing companies — and one that is focused exclusively on providing health professionals to military bases. Rivard, an optometrist who spent […]

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What Symbols Mean to your Business

How logos, art, color and more are a reflection of your brand, culture and core values BY ERIN GIBBS. Published via CoBiz: 2018.06.27 11:38 PM Does your company value the role of symbols in your branding and corporate culture? How about symbols in your office space? They play an important role, the visual symbols of success, failure, […]

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Navigating Denver’s Renter’s Market

Gone are the days of putting a property on the rental market and having 10 qualified applicants within the first hour BY HOLLY TOENJES Published via CoBiz Magazine: 2018.06.06 03:00 PM Cranes, oh so many cranes!  No matter where you look, whether downtown, LoHi or Cherry Creek, you cannot help but notice the number of cranes […]

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Hazards of Hyper-growth

Business schools teach there is such a thing as growing too fast BY BILL RIVARD Published via CoBiz Magazine: 2018.06.03 09:33 PM Hyper-growth is a business dynamic that most entrepreneurs long to experience. It differentiates leaders from the rest. It delivers a team onto more stable financial ground, but carries with it some distinct challenges and […]

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Alliant National obtains SSAE18 Type II compliant status

Reposted from The Title Report Industry News Friday, May 04, 2018 Alliant National Title Insurance Co. has successfully completed the Service Organization Control Statements on Standards for Attestation Engagement 18 Type II examination. The company’s chief operating officer said Alliant is the only title insurance underwriter to achieve compliant status for four consecutive years.

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The Practice That Can Devastate Businesses

Learning from harsh realities and troubling experiences BY ERIN GIBBS Published: 2018.04.26 03:00 PM Once a month I write “Flash,” an internal inspirational message distributed to our 60 employees across eight locations in Colorado and Texas. Along with essential company information, Flash keeps everyone up-to-date with the goings-on of our company. This month, I am not […]

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Airbnb: Hard and Fast Rules for Short-Term Leases

The City and County of Denver assert more than 65 percent of Airbnb hosts are properly licensed BY HOLLY TOENJES Published: 2018.04.16 03:00 PM I’ll begin by saying I firmly believe the Airbnb and VRBO models are here to stay. Like many others, I have closely followed the changing regulations regarding these short-term rentals, which are […]

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Can republishing a tweet cost your business $150,000?

BY PETER LEMIRE Published: 2018.04.03 03:00 PM According to a recent decision from the Southern District of New York, it certainly can. With the ever-present utilization of social media in modern-day online advertising and websites, more and more companies are utilizing information and content which they didn’t necessarily create.

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