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High-end homes require slightly different approach to sales

Selling a luxury home requires a Realtor who knows how to market estate homes in luxury publications, according to people in the high-end real estate business. Trish Ingels wears two hats on this topic — she owns a $6.5 million home she’s trying to sell, and she’s a Realtor who sells executive homes for Berkshire… Continue Reading High-end homes require slightly different approach to sales

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On the Horizon – April 4, 2014

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April 8 Business plan fundamentals Every business needs a plan, whether it’s a start-up or a business wanting to grow. Mark Bittle, Small Business Development Center, will facilitate this free workshop from 9-11 a.m., Tri-Lakes Business Incubator, 14960 Woodcarver Road. Register at: clients.coloradosbdc.org/workshop.aspx?ekey=70330353. April 9 Cyber threats Venture capitalists, inventors and industry leaders will share… Continue Reading On the Horizon – April 4, 2014

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Kudos! – April 4, 2014

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AFA senior wins poster contest A senior at the U.S. Air Force Academy won an award for the best undergraduate research poster from the American Chemical Society’s Division of Polymer Chemistry during the society’s national meeting in Dallas last week. Cadet 1st Class Ford Carty’s poster was judged best of 31 posters submitted. Diamonds Robert… Continue Reading Kudos! – April 4, 2014

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People on the Move – April 4, 2014

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Bryan Grossman is a reporter for the Colorado Springs Business Journal. He has his bachelor’s degree in communications from the University of Colorado Boulder.   Demi Harvey works as a receptionist at the Colorado Springs Business Journal. She is working on her psychology degree from the University of Colorado Colorado Springs.   The Junior Achievement… Continue Reading People on the Move – April 4, 2014

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Veteran journalists take over Bulletin

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Routon becomes interim publisher, Ferguson editor; reader input sought to help shape plans Is there a need for residents of Manitou Springs and its surrounding areas to continue having their own community newspaper, which has existed in some form for 130-plus years? If so, what do residents want to read about in their Pikes Peak… Continue Reading Veteran journalists take over Bulletin

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From the ground up, Janska builds dignified clothing

Janska Clothing that Comforts Info: 2255 Reliable Circle, 866-452-6752 In business: Since 2003 Number of employees: 40 Business has always been good for Jan Erickson and Jon Thomas, owners of Janska Clothing that Comforts. In business since 2003, Janska staff envision, design, cut, sew and sell clothing like jackets, socks, hats, scarves and more. Erickson’s… Continue Reading From the ground up, Janska builds dignified clothing

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A lower-cost option: Premier Diagnostic

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A lower-cost option: Premier Diagnostic

Premier Diagnostic Center Info: 3920 N. Union Blvd., Suite 130 In business: 13 years Number of employees: 23 It’s time for your annual mammogram. The choice isn’t easy: Do you visit the major health care players in Colorado Springs — Memorial, Penrose or St. Francis Medical Center? There is yet another option, Premier Diagnostic Center.… Continue Reading A lower-cost option: Premier Diagnostic

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Kaiser Permanente offers expanded services

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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

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PeakMed brings different concept

Dr. Mark Tomasulo wants to deliver medicine differently. The Colorado Springs family practice physician wants to give his medical skills not in 10-minute quick clips, as medicine has evolved to these days, he said. Instead, he wants to return to giving patients quality time with their physician. And then some. In July or August, Tomasulo… Continue Reading PeakMed brings different concept

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Go Code helps small business

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Go Code helps small business

More than 30 designers, developers, coders and tech enthusiasts assembled last weekend in downtown Colorado Springs to compete in a challenge with but one goal: to serve the state’s business community. March 21 marked the launch of Go Code Colorado, a challenge in which makeshift teams develop web-based applications designed to help entrepreneurs make more… Continue Reading Go Code helps small business

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