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Advertising sales executive Conor McCluskey wished he could clone himself. That would have solved his problem of having too many clients to personally meet each month — something he felt strongly about in order to cultivate and maintain relationships. Instead, he thought he would video tape himself with a personalized message and e-mail it to… Continue Reading Video e-mail ignites explosive growth for BombBomb

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Trends might hold opportunity for small business

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“I don’t set trends. I just find out what they are and exploit them.” Dick Clark Because we work with business owners, we like to keep an eye on trends that might affect them. This is especially true in times of uncertain economy, when businesses might need to adjust their product or service offerings to… Continue Reading Trends might hold opportunity for small business

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Book Review: “Perfectly Able”

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By Lighthouse International, compiled and edited by Jim Hasse BALTIMORE, MD — You’ve got an opening at work, but you’re having a hard time filling it. Obviously, you want the most talented people to work for you. You’ll do what it takes to hire them. So why can’t you find the right person for this job?… Continue Reading Book Review: “Perfectly Able”

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Small steps are big gains in momentum

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If you have tried to get a group of people to get moving in a new direction, you know that inertia often wins over action. The problem is compounded when one or more people resist what you’d like them to do. Fortunately, there are ways to overcome inertia. One trick is to get people to… Continue Reading Small steps are big gains in momentum

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Lynette Crow, founder of Colorado Springs-based Conspire drug screening company, is giving a franchise to a military veteran in Newark, N.J. Crow will announce the project next week in Washington D.C. when hundreds of franchise owners descend on Capitol Hill to meet with lawmakers about the issues facing small businesses. Crow founded Conspire in 2003… Continue Reading Local business owner donates franchise to military veteran

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Pot shops forced to stash their cash

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Colorado Springs marijuana dispensary owners might resort to stuffing their money in mattresses if no changes are made to federal regulations that bar banks from doing business with them. In recent weeks, dispensaries across the state received notice from Colorado Springs State Bank that they have until Sept. 30 to clear out their accounts. The… Continue Reading Pot shops forced to stash their cash

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This week, Dr. Glen House is shopping his catheter technology to investors in hopes of raising $1.5 million for a big push to get his product to market by December. House, founder and CEO of Adapta Medical Inc. in Colorado Springs, has taken an age-old product, the catheter, a tube system placed in the body… Continue Reading Adapta Medical’s catheter technology heading to market

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A look at the impact of outsourcing — part 2

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If you think outsourcing will never impact your business, you’re essentially sticking your head in the sand. Outsourcing can potentially help your business, harm it, or both. You need to be informed so that you can benefit from using it, or protect yourself by creating strategies to compete against it. Outsourcing is a double-edged sword… Continue Reading A look at the impact of outsourcing — part 2

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During this down economy, there aren’t too many communities that can boast they just had their best sales tax year ever. Woodland Park can. “We’re kind of thinking if we’re doing this good when the economy is bad, look out when things turn around,” said Woodland Park Mayor Steve Randolph. The city has issued 22… Continue Reading Woodland Park businesses thriving in down economy

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Book Review: “The Consuming Instinct”

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by Gad Saad c.2011, Prometheus Books You weren’t looking for it. No, you were searching your calendar for something else but as you flipped the pages, there it was: Christmas. It’s coming, and though the weather still says “summer,” you’ll have to start your dreaded gift list soon. And that list keeps growing, much to… Continue Reading Book Review: “The Consuming Instinct”

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