Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce Announces Winners of the 2024 Business Awards presented by BOK Financial

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DENVER – April 25, Over 350 community members attended the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce’s announcement of the six winners of the 2024 Business Awards presented by BOK Financial. The winners were chosen from six different categories, including: Economic Driver, Large Nonprofit, Small Business, Small Nonprofit, Start-Up and Woman or BIPOC-owned.

This annual event recognizes outstanding businesses and organizations that are making an impact in our community and their respective industries – from accounting to design to food bank services.

“Today’s celebration is a testament to the collective spirit of innovation and community that defines Colorado.” said President and CEO of the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce, J. J. Ament. “Together, let’s continue to support and uplift our local businesses, for they are the heartbeat of our vibrant state, making Colorado not just the best place to live, work, and play, but the best place to thrive and call home.”

Also at the event was the celebration of the Centennial Award recipients, which recognized organizations who have been in Colorado for 100 years. The recipients celebrated at the event were: Alamosa County Chamber of Commerce, Colorado Serum Company, Colorado Sugarbeet Growers Association, Denver Art Museum, Denver Museum of Nature and Science, Denver Zoo, Early Connections Learning Centers, Jewish Family Service of Colorado, Producers Co-op, Public Service Company of Colorado, an Xcel Energy Company and Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists.

In addition to each of the award sponsors listed below, BOK Financial was the presenting sponsor for the event and The Gala Team was the emcee sponsor, with The Gala Team’s president and founder, Reggie Rivers, as emcee.

Learn more about the finalists and winners by clicking the award category.

Economic Driver of the Year

  •  Davita
  • Molson Coors – Winner

Large Nonprofit of the Year, Sponsored by Barefoot PR

  • Food Bank of the Rockies – Winner
  • Project Angel Heart
  • Warren Village

Small Business of the Year, Sponsored by Delta Dental of Colorado

  • CSG (Consolidated Services Group)
  • Innovest Portfolio Solutions, LLC – Winner
  • Security Central, Inc.

Small Nonprofit of the Year, Sponsored by Kaiser Permanente

  • CASA of Adams and Broomfield Counties
  • Civic Center Conservancy
  • Denver Food Rescue – Winner

Start-Up Business of the Year, Sponsored by Comcast

  • Daddy’s Homemade Syrup
  • Original Account Strategies
  • Titan CEO – Winner

Woman or BIPOC-Owned Business of the Year, Sponsored by Xcel Energy

  • The Equity Project – Winner
  • Serendipity Catering
  • ZIM Consulting