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Coach takes businesses to the next level

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* Name: Chuck Kocher * Organization: ACTION International Business Coaching * Position: President/franchise owner/master business coach * Hometown: Bergenfield, N.J. * How long have you lived in Colorado Springs: four-plus years * Education: It should never end! B.A. from Rowan University, MBA Penn State, Center for Creative Leadership, Leadership Development Program, AA Advanced Academy of… Continue Reading Coach takes businesses to the next level

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Projects aimed at conserving Colorado’s threatened, endangered, and declining wildlife species are the focus of a new round of funding under a competitive grants program administered by the state Division of Wildlife. The DOW is now accepting proposals for the 2005 funding cycle of the Colorado Wildlife Conservation Grant Program. The competitive grant program, which… Continue Reading DOW kicks off new round of conservation grant funding

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People on the Move

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Karen L. Newman has been named as the new dean of the Daniels College of Business at the University of Denver, effective July 1. She currently is dean of the Robins School of Business at the University of Richmond in Virginia Michael L. Hindman has joined First Community Bank as senior corporate lender for the… Continue Reading People on the Move

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Banking and technology allowed to mingle

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As time ticks by, calendar pages flip and “business as usual” takes on a different meaning, things will inevitably change. In 2004, Colorado Springs saw a few transformations in the banking sector. The Check 21 program struck fear in the hearts of those folks who habitually write “hot” checks. And as the population of Colorado… Continue Reading Banking and technology allowed to mingle

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In 2004, the retail world in Colorado Springs experienced both highs and lows, from a sales spike brought on by the return of several thousand troops from Iraq to the closing of a downtown institution. Downtown will feel loss of bookseller When the Chinook Bookshop closed June 15, downtown Colorado Springs lost one of its… Continue Reading Retail faces challenges and sees opportunity in 2004

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It is good to have an end to journey toward, but it is the journey that matters in the end. -Ursula K LeGuin Penrose Main Hospital embarked on a new journey about two years ago with a plan to construct a new medical tower on its North Cascade campus. At the end of this journey… Continue Reading Penrose rings in New Year with East Tower Jan. 10 opening

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For most company owners and managers, growing their business is their No. 1 priority. However, for most owners, knowing how to position the company for maximum value as it grows does not come naturally. Based on this need, some local Colorado Springs companies have joined forces and are co-hosting the inaugural conference about growing a… Continue Reading Local companies host event aimed at growing a business

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Promoting and marketing your golf tournament

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By John K. Darling Founder, SeniorFriendlyGolf Today’s article is the fourth in a series that explores how to conduct a successful golf tournament for non-profit, charity, corporate or any other non-professional golf event. In-depth information will be presented at golf tournament planning seminars to be held during the next three months at Colorado Springs area… Continue Reading Promoting and marketing your golf tournament

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Vanden Broecke takes entrepreneurial route

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* Name: Kathleen Vanden Broecke * Organization: Effective Business Solutions * Position: Founder and owner * Hometown: Minneapolis * How long have you lived in Colorado Springs: Eight years * Education: Bachelor of arts in education from Concordia College in Moorhead, Minn. Sales training from the best, including Tony Robbins, Stephen Covey, Harvey Macay and… Continue Reading Vanden Broecke takes entrepreneurial route

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Consumers are balancing their check books. Retailers are counting their blessings. Analysts are furiously trying to calculate what exactly happened during the 2004 holiday shopping season. Consumers were relatively slow to hit the stores this holiday season. Even as the hype of Black Friday loomed overhead, fewer shoppers than expected set out to purchase holiday… Continue Reading Web surfing and procrastinating in 2004 holidays (7873)

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