Food for Thought

If you show up to the Colfax viaduct on Friday morning, you’ll see volunteers lined up at tables packing food for children to take home on the weekends. “If it’s snowing wear your boots, and if it’s hot out wear your shorts,” said Bob Bell, co-founder of Food For Thought Denver. Food For Thought Denver’s mission … Read Post

Giving Power to All Voices

This October we celebrated LGBT History Month because inclusivity strengthens our business community, our teams and our 3,000 plus Chamber members – having all voices represented and at the table. We’d like to highlight some of our members who celebrate LGBT History Month and make our community stronger: Bespoke Events and Contract Furnishing Inc. Bespoke … Read Post

Choose your own Adventure, Denver

Denver’s newest hangout has a lot happening – a food truck park, craft drinks, local music, coworking, a climbing gym next door and more. This new collective, dubbed Improper City opened in the River North Art District (RiNo) in July. Hank Grant, the co-founder of Improper City and Rayback Collective, wanted to bring this concept … Read Post

Capturing Your Market: The Hispanic Population

When you think of your target audience for your business, does the Hispanic population play a role? If it doesn’t, you’re missing a big – and growing – opportunity, business and sales leaders say. Consider the numbers: In the last year, 51 percent of the U.S.’s 2.2 million-person population growth was among Hispanics. Here in … Read Post

Three Ways to Prevent Corporate Stagnation

Congratulations! You’ve launched your business, hired the right people and operations are humming along smoothly. But before you get too comfortable with success, realize it won’t be too long before you need to gear up for the next step of you company: Growth. In order to effectively compete in  the market, leaders must celebrate successes … Read Post

Workplace Tips for Increasing Meeting Productivity

In theory, workplaces should be productivity powerhouses – where boxes are checked, goals are met and results are made. But too often, people in those workplaces lose sight of what’s important and become filled with meaningless routine activities: meetings held without agendas and reports developed without purpose. Left unchecked, extreme oversight can risk losing sight of … Read Post