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Inspiring creativity through machine tools

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Inspiring creativity through machine tools

With technology advancing and accelerating the way it is today, there is no limit to the level of creativity an individual can achieve. Some even go as far as to say that one’s design creativity is only limited by the imagination. Well, it just so happens that this idea is true for the use of… Continue Reading Inspiring creativity through machine tools

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Firm develops sleep aid

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Firm develops sleep aid

Michael Larson can put you to sleep. Just don his Sleep Shepherd hat, which he debuted at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas in January. The hat will lull its wearer to sleep, obviating the need for prescription medications, the frequent go-to solution for people diagnosed with sleep disorders. Larson, who received his Ph.D.… Continue Reading Firm develops sleep aid

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Bach looks back

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Bach looks back

In June 2011, Steve Bach took office as the city’s first strong mayor, promising to transform city government, revitalize the local economy and run a lean, efficient, business-friendly administration. Those tasks would have challenged the most experienced politician, yet Bach had never served as an elected official. His decades of business experience had familiarized him… Continue Reading Bach looks back

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I-25/Fillmore concept works

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Sometimes you never know when a driving trip for a vacation might provide a totally unexpected benefit. But that’s exactly what happened when a recent multi-state journey included passing through southwest Missouri and specifically the city of Springfield. For those who haven’t been there, Springfield is that state’s third-largest city with about 170,000 residents and… Continue Reading I-25/Fillmore concept works

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Capitol report: Helping state’s businesses

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Last Saturday, March 7, marked the midway point of the 2015 legislative session, and I would like to update you on what we’ve done the past two months. Continuing my commitment to economic vitality, I am sponsoring three bills supporting Colorado’s business community. Colorado Crowdfunding, HB15-1246, which has bipartisan support in the House and Senate,… Continue Reading Capitol report: Helping state’s businesses

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On the Horizon – March 13, 2015

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March 17 Manage emotions Fred Pryor Seminars and CareerTrac sponsor a seminar on managing emotions under pressure, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Radisson Hotel, 1645 N. Newport Road, $145. To register, pryor.com or 800-780-8476. Job Fair prep Make the Job Fair Work for You workshop at the Pikes Peak Workforce Center, 10 a.m.-noon, free, 1675 Garden of… Continue Reading On the Horizon – March 13, 2015

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Ads influence the world of media consumers

Can you have newspapers or magazines without advertising? Every editor longs for such a perfect world, one shielded from the clamorous demands of commerce. Imagine: no powerful advertisers who might pull their ads if displeased by an editorial, no imperious publishers who drive revenue by cutting newsroom staff, no fighting to get your great investigative… Continue Reading Ads influence the world of media consumers

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Bach looks back

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Bach looks back

In June 2011, Steve Bach took office as the city’s first strong mayor, promising to transform city government, revitalize the local economy and run a lean, efficient, business-friendly administration. Those tasks would have challenged the most experienced politician, yet Bach had never served as an elected official. His decades of business experience had familiarized him… Continue Reading Bach looks back

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Is this a hot spot for young entrepreneurs?

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Is this a hot spot for young entrepreneurs?

The Colorado Springs business scene is often perceived as unappealing for young entrepreneurs, but local small business experts — with successful startups as evidence — argue otherwise. “This is not necessarily a ‘sexy’ place to be in business,” young local entrepreneur Kyle Harmande said of the negative perception. “Young professionals from Harvard Business don’t graduate… Continue Reading Is this a hot spot for young entrepreneurs?

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Springs boasts many YP groups, programs

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Springs boasts many YP groups, programs

Colorado Springs will retain more of its young professionals if the region’s current leaders acknowledge the ideas that come from YPs now, says the director of the Leadership Pikes Peak YP program Leadership Now!, Sylvia Sedrak. The Colorado Springs business community has grown several YP organizations and leadership courses for young professionals between 20 and… Continue Reading Springs boasts many YP groups, programs

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