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Magneti knows how to attract customers

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Magneti knows how to attract customers

The front co-working space at 409 N. Tejon St. is a busy, quiet, stark area, filled with people doing e-commerce in an environment that sounds like intense keyboard clicking. As a member of Epicentral Coworking, Magneti Marketing occupies Suite 106 of that address. The offices in Suite 106 are colorful and dynamic, with wild and… Continue Reading Magneti knows how to attract customers

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Strunk brings broad experience to Sanders’ company

Steve Strunk, president and CEO of newly formed PRS Holdings LLC., grew up in Schenectady, N.Y., and has decades of experience in the banking industry, including an appointment as Colorado state bank commissioner in 2010. After living in Philadelphia, Las Vegas, Albuquerque and Santa Fe, N.M., Dallas and Houston, in 2006 Strunk researched various cities,… Continue Reading Strunk brings broad experience to Sanders’ company

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Penrose’s hybrid OR will help surgeons

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Penrose’s hybrid OR will help surgeons

Using millions of dollars donated by El Pomar Foundation and the Colorado Springs community, Penrose Hospital has commenced building a hybrid operating room. Set to be functional in the spring, the $5.7 million OR combines different elements of surgical procedures, said cardiovascular surgeon Dr. John Mehall. The hybrid operating room will allow surgeons to complete… Continue Reading Penrose’s hybrid OR will help surgeons

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Turner finds joy in clients’ success

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Turner finds joy in clients’ success

Born in Sacramento, Calif., Scott M. Turner, commercial loan officer at Pikes Peak National Bank, grew up in an Air Force family, living in Fairfax County, Va.; Montgomery, Ala.; San Antonio; and the Air Force Academy for five years in the ’60s. After attending school at the University of Houston, he sold commercial audio equipment… Continue Reading Turner finds joy in clients’ success

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Focus: 10 companies to watch in 2014

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Focus: 10 companies to watch in 2014

In a perfect world, every company would be smart enough, fleet-footed enough and wily enough to be a top performer—without capitalism being compromised, clients suffering, or revenue declining. In reality, competition in the business world ranges from reasonable to ruthless, and success may arguably hinge half on sheer force of will and half on serendipity. In… Continue Reading Focus: 10 companies to watch in 2014

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Selling America’s Mountain

“If we want a vibrant arts and culture community here, we have got to attract artists,” said Pikes Peak Arts Council Executive Director Nora Hardin in a recent CSBJ profile. “We have got to make this place a haven for artists.” Easy to say, but hard to accomplish. Just as plants need light and water,… Continue Reading Selling America’s Mountain

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Phenix proliferates across the country

What’s not to love about working at Phenix Salon Suites? That’s the feeling of stylist Courtney Knight, who’s worked at Phenix since it opened in Colorado Springs more than six years ago. She likes having her own space, separated by walls, to offer her clients “undivided, pampered attention,” Knight said. Phenix Salon Suites operates with… Continue Reading Phenix proliferates across the country

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New Kum & Go arriving at Airport and Circle

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New Kum & Go arriving at Airport and Circle

At the corner of Airport Road and Circle Drive, Printers Park Market Center will soon sport the city’s newest Kum & Go, as well as a trampoline park. The 104,000-square-foot building now houses the Star Academy Charter School, Planet Fitness Health Club, and Liberty Dialysis, said Matt Craddock, principal with Craddock Commercial Real Estate. The… Continue Reading New Kum & Go arriving at Airport and Circle

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Local economy’s improving health reflected in banking and finance

It won’t be the best of times, but it definitely won’t be the worst of times. Throughout the financial industry, 2014 is shaping up to be a modest, perhaps decent year. Nationally, the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at record high levels 51 times during 2013, while the S&P 500 closed at all-time highs 44… Continue Reading Local economy’s improving health reflected in banking and finance

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New political year looks similar, but it’s not

Plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose — or, the more things change, the more they stay the same. As we entered 2013, the Denver Broncos were 13-3 and hopefully bound for the Super Bowl. The Pikes Peak region was recovering from a wildfire that destroyed hundreds of homes, the local economy was enjoying… Continue Reading New political year looks similar, but it’s not

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