Home » Entries posted by Contributing Writer (Page 7)
Entries posted by contributing.writer

Business is back: time for reinvestment

Comments Off

After many years of recovery, finally the Colorado Springs economic picture is brightening. Businesses are feeling more confident and are growing. As of January, Colorado Springs was just 2 percent below the national recovery of jobs lost since the last recession. That strengthening of our business community is additionally evident as business loan applications are… Continue Reading Business is back: time for reinvestment

Continue reading …

It would take an Act of Congress” is an old saying, to be sure, but also applicable in the current situation banks are facing to legally provide services to the marijuana industry. Despite bankers’ varied attitudes about legalizing marijuana, now that it is legal in Colorado, banks are supportive of government efforts to permit financial… Continue Reading Banks need law, not guidance, to deal with MMJ

Continue reading …

King responds to CSBJ editorial

Comments Off

(Editor’s note: Keith King, president of the Colorado Springs City Council, sent the following statement to the Business Journal in response to an editorial in the March 21 issue of CSBJ under the headline, “Time to battle C4C opponents.”) Council President’s Statement regarding the Business Journal’s Editorial The only correct statement in the Business Journal’s… Continue Reading King responds to CSBJ editorial

Continue reading …

Letters to the Editor – April 4, 2014

Comments Off

Time for new strategy on our airport I arrived in Colorado Springs in 1964 when my father was transferred with the Air Force. My father’s final assignment was in Virginia Beach, but I decided to remain in Colorado, making it my adopted home for 50 years. I was fortunate enough to see the old Antlers, Sheriff… Continue Reading Letters to the Editor – April 4, 2014

Continue reading …

On opening day of the 2014 legislative session, the speaker of the state House of Representatives outlined an agenda that focuses on three goals: • Helping Coloradans recover from the floods and wildfires we suffered in 2013 • Enhancing the economic security of all Coloradans • Strengthening our education system to better prepare our students… Continue Reading Legislators push education funding, disaster recovery, economic security

Continue reading …

Kaiser Permanente offers expanded services

Comments Off

The Colorado Springs Business Journal scheduled medical facilities as the focus for this Health Care Quarterly. As it turns out, the timing is ideal for Kaiser Permanente. We recently announced plans to greatly expand our services and health plan offerings in Southern Colorado. One of our medical facilities will play an integral role in these… Continue Reading Kaiser Permanente offers expanded services

Continue reading …

Be trustworthy with business communications

Comments Off

I recently had the pleasure of attending a breakfast roundtable downtown. I watched the people around me greet each other, introduce their businesses by handing out business cards, shake hands and eventually engage in discussions on how their organizations provide value to Colorado Springs. Seeing that, it dawned on me that all of these subtle… Continue Reading Be trustworthy with business communications

Continue reading …

Does it feel like your sales process is broken? Are prospects no longer responding to your outreach? Perhaps opportunities are flaming out in the latter stages of your funnel. Or maybe you’ve noticed a decline in revenue. At some point, almost every IT organization grapples with the reality of a broken sales process — even… Continue Reading Four strategies to fix your IT company’s sales process

Continue reading …

Beware of making 20/20 hindsight moves

Comments Off
Beware of making 20/20 hindsight moves

Suppose someone went around telling people that he’d been certain of the Super Bowl’s outcome — that the Seattle Seahawks would roll over the Denver Broncos. With great brio, this person would tick off all of the reasons he was so confident of the rout, amounting to nothing more than a summary of what happened.… Continue Reading Beware of making 20/20 hindsight moves

Continue reading …

Beware of making 20/20 hindsight moves

Comments Off

Suppose someone went around telling people that he’d been certain of the Super Bowl’s outcome — that the Seattle Seahawks would roll over the Denver Broncos. With great brio, this person would tick off all of the reasons he was so confident of the rout, amounting to nothing more than a summary of what happened.… Continue Reading Beware of making 20/20 hindsight moves

Continue reading …