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  1. Daily NewsItalian ice franchise on the wayRead the original story

    Jun 1, 2016 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    A Rita's Italian Ice franchise is expected to open in Colorado Springs in late July, according to a news release. Kathy and Tyler Gehauf of Colorado Springs announced their plans to open the franchise in Colorado Springs this summer.

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  2. Business ServicesIncentives benefit entrepreneurs, established firmsRead the original story

    Jun 1, 2016 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    Without a $3 million sales tax incentive given by the city of Colorado Springs, the Mining Exchange Hotel might still be a vacant, derelict building, said owner Perry Sanders. The economic development agreement with the city of Colorado Springs allowed Sanders and his partner to obtain bank financing for extensive renovations to the Mining Exchange properties.

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  3. CyberCatalyst Campus builds cyber partnershipsRead the original story

    May 27, 2016 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    The Catalyst Campus is only a few weeks from its scheduled June 14 grand opening, yet one tenant - the Center for Technology, Research and Commercialization - has been hard at work since it launched in November. C-TRAC, the nonprofit technology transfer arm of the campus, is establishing partnerships meant to bridge the gap between the government and commercial worlds.

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  4. Young ProfessionalVetter keeps the city on budget 4Read the original story

    May 31, 2016 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    After living in Colorado Springs for three years and working for the city, 31-year-old Nina Vetter thinks young professionals who want to help shape the future of Colorado Springs should join a city board or commission. As treasurer for Connect! Colorado Springs and a member of the professional development committee for Colorado Springs Rising Professionals, the senior analyst from Connecticut leads the city's strategic planning process.

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  5. Small BusinessBlue Star takes recycling mission to Denver 28Read the original story

    May 31, 2016 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    Danny Hennesy takes apart a computer for recycling. Hennesy is one of 21 workers at the Colorado Springs location of Blue Star Recyclers.

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  6. Other VoicesThe aging workforce: Wilderness or wonderland?Read the original story

    May 31, 2016 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    In my last column, I promised to provide examples about how people, aging adults in particular, are approaching transitions in their lives. After reading numerous books and articles on the topic and engaging in hours of wonderful conversations with friends and acquaintances, I can tell you this - if you've heard one story about how to handle this transition, you've heard one story! There are no pat formulas to successful transitions, but there are some common themes that may be helpful if you find yourself on the precipice of a career change - planned or not.

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  7. Daily NewsColorado Springs wins Go CodeRead the original story

    May 27, 2016 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    A group of six local entrepreneurs was one of three teams to come out on top during the third Go Code Colorado finals May 26 at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts. Hively-one of two Colorado Springs finalists-competed against 10 teams from Denver, Durango, Fort Collins and Grand Junction.

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  8. FocusBuyers face tight market, higher pricesRead the original story

    May 27, 2016 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    Affordable housing is becoming harder to find as Colorado Springs experiences a residential real estate market with low inventory and increasingly higher prices. Millennials are finding themselves priced out of much of the market, while others are deciding to hang on to their homes because low inventory leads to uncertainty.

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  9. Daily NewsUrban Intervention group seeks ideas at Friday eventRead the original story

    May 26, 2016 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    Colorado Springs Urban Intervention is holding its four-year anniversary celebration - but some of the participants are the ones getting the prize. The group is giving away money - up to $5,000 - to people with new ideas for urban projects that enhance the city.

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  10. Daily NewsWalmart hires over 3,000 Colorado veterans since 2013 commitmentRead the original story

    May 25, 2016 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    Following Walmart's 2013 commitment to hire U.S. veterans, the organization announced May 25 they have employed 3,278 veterans in Colorado and 130,828 nationwide. Three years ago on Memorial Day, the multinational retail corporation announced its Welcome Home Commitment, guaranteeing job offers to honorably discharged veterans within 12 months of active duty.

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  11. 2HazlehurstCouncil votes yes - opponents to fight onRead the original story

    May 25, 2016 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    It was a simple, brief agenda item: "11c: A Resolution Authorizing a Land Exchange between the City of Colorado Springs and The Broadmoor." But for people gathered in Council Chambers Tuesday night, there was a lot riding on the outcome of the Colorado Springs City Council's decision.

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  12. Daily NewsRetired nurse commits $3.4 million for medical career scholarships at UCCSRead the original story w/Photo

    May 25, 2016 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    Helen Clement, 92, was a registered nurse and has established the Clement Family Endowed Scholarship Program, providing a full-ride annual scholarship to two qualifying undergraduate students at the Helen and Arthur E. Johnson Beth-El College of Nursing and Health Sciences at UCCS. The initial gift is $60,000 and part of the money will start the endowment, with the remainder used to support an existing Clement Family Foundation scholar at UCCS, said a press release from the university.

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  13. Daily NewsGriffis/Blessing adds another center to management portfolioRead the original story

    May 25, 2016 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    Griffis/Blessing will act as the property manager for Tri-Peak Plaza Shopping Center at 3805-3881 E. Pikes Peak Ave for the owners, BFM Azusa Property LLC. The 46,353-square-foot retail center is home to Baskin Robbins, 7-11, Boost Mobile, Popeye's and Woody's Bar and Grill, according to a press release from the company. Commercial Portfolio Manager Suzan Parra will head the day-to-day operations, with help from Carrie Lanning, management assistant; Tiffany Koschwitz, property accountant and Mark Fox, service technician.

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  14. Daily NewsCity releases land swap legal opinionRead the original story

    May 24, 2016 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    Ahead of today's vote about exchanging land with The Broadmoor hotel, the Colorado Springs City Council released a legal opinion yesterday from the City Attorney's office answering the question: Must the city take the issue to the electorate? The opinion, released yesterday during the council's regular work session, says the city has a home-rule charter and is ordinances hold precedent over state law that requires voters to weigh in whenever parkland is sold.

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  15. FocusUnder construction: Apartment shortage solution 5Read the original story

    May 23, 2016 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    Weidner Apartment Homes is building 650 apartments at three locations in Colorado Springs. This is Weidner's 300-unit Elements at Briargate, 9403 Cadmium View at Telstar Drive and Research Parkway.

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  16. Banking & FinanceBank of San Juans to grow in Colorado SpringsRead the original story

    May 23, 2016 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    Bank of the San Juans will continue to grow its presence in Colorado Springs following its October purchase of Canon National Bank, said President and CEO Art Chase. Based in Durango, Bank of the San Juans has a total of 22 branches with the new acquisition and $840 million in assets with branches primarily in small communities, including Hayden, Meeker, Pagosa Springs, Florence and Colorado City.

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  17. Pueblo BusinessPueblo finally nears start for RTA projects 3Read the original story

    May 23, 2016 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    By the end of 2016, years of planning and working with the state will start to pay off for the city of Pueblo. That's when the city plans to break ground on the first phase of its Regional Tourism Act projects: expanding the city's convention center, adding a global training center for the Professional Bull Riders, improving its Medal of Honor exhibit and building necessary parking facilities for additional tourists.

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  18. Small BusinessInnovative cidery breaks into craft market 11Read the original story

    May 20, 2016 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    Matthew Bonno moved to Colorado Springs from Florida with his wife Katelyn Murray to open Colorado Common, the region's newest cidery. Matthew Bonno stands next to his 1930s-era, hand-operated bottle capper and explains that the relic still works pretty well.

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  19. NonprofitNonprofit campaigns: Competition grows with needsRead the original story

    May 20, 2016 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    Capital campaigns can be vital when there is a mission-critical need in an organization - buying a new building, renovating a facility or extending a campus. But Colorado Springs has more than 2,000 nonprofits, with several in the middle of capital campaigns, and competing for donor dollars and grants has increased dramatically in Colorado.

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  20. Health CareMedicine, ethics and the Fourth Industrial Revolution 1Read the original story

    May 20, 2016 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    Health care advances will increasingly democratize and simplify medicine, but with new ethical challenges, according to a group of health care experts who spoke at Centura Health's Future of Medicine conference last week at The Broadmoor. The conference featured some of the nation's most famous and respected health care thought leaders, who discussed how the future of medicine fits into the Fourth Industrial Revolution, the World Economic Forum's term for the merging of physical, digital and biological systems.

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