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Upcoming workshop: How to obtain government contracts

Thursday morning, several governmental agencies will unite to teach business owners how to obtain government contracts in the Rocky Mountain region. The effort will be moderated by the Colorado Procurement Technical Assistance Center, or PTAC. The discussion takes place from 9-10:30 a.m. at the Pikes Peak Workforce Center, 1675 Garden of the Gods Road. The… Continue Reading Upcoming workshop: How to obtain government contracts

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With the latest news of hackers allegedly stealing a record 1.2 billion user names and passwords from websites around the globe, the Colorado Bureau of Investigation Identity Theft and Fraud Unit encourages Colorado residents to take steps to protect their identities. While the CBI has not received any reports of Colorado residents impacted by this… Continue Reading CBI offers ID theft prevention tips on heels of data theft

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Colorado Procurement Technical Assistance Center, currently located on 6 South Tejon Street in Colorado Springs, will be moving Aug. 15 alongside the Small Business Development Center and the Pikes Peak Workforce Center on the first floor of El Paso County’s Citizens Service Center at 1675 Garden of the Gods Road. “This move increases the important… Continue Reading Technical Assistance Center to relocate to El Paso County Citizens Service Center

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The Wright Group Services consolidates with AssuredPartners

AssuredPartners Inc., through its subsidiary AssuredPartners of Colorado, has acquired The Wright Group Services. The agency specializes in employee benefits, property and casualty insurance and retirement services. Operations are based in Denver, with additional locations in Eagle and Colorado Springs. The agency will continue to operate under The Wright Group Services name and the local… Continue Reading The Wright Group Services consolidates with AssuredPartners

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The El Paso and Teller County Self-Help Center gets a facelift

The El Paso and Teller County Self-Help Center will host a ribbon cutting at 7:15 a.m. Friday at the El Paso County Courthouse, 270 S. Tejon St. The Self Help Center is a legal services center open to the citizens of El Paso and Teller counties who want to research and file legal processes on… Continue Reading The El Paso and Teller County Self-Help Center gets a facelift

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First step upcoming for new Academy visitor center

The Academy will move forward next month toward building a new visitor center just west of Interstate 25, according to Carlos Cruz-Gonzalez, the director of installations. Cruz-Gonzalez, in a news release, stated the Air Force’s Financial Management Center of Expertise in Denver conducted business case analyses on several alternatives, including sites at Falcon Stadium, on… Continue Reading First step upcoming for new Academy visitor center

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Mountain Equipment Recyclers gives $50,000 to charities

Mountain Equipment Recyclers has reached $50,000 in charitable giving since opening three years ago. The Colorado Springs retailer specializes in new and used outdoor gear and the business model was built around giving back to the community. Fifty percent of donated item sales and 5 percent of consigned item sales are given back to local… Continue Reading Mountain Equipment Recyclers gives $50,000 to charities

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New Moody Insurance Colorado Springs office opens

Rocky Mountain insurance provider Moody Insurance announced the opening of its new Briargate-area office, led by industry veterans Cheryl Harding and Erin Clay. The new office is located at 1880 Office Club Pointe in Colorado Springs. Both Harding and Clay are nationally recognized experts in the employee benefits field and specifically in the Colorado Springs market, working… Continue Reading New Moody Insurance Colorado Springs office opens

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Lawsuit challenging TABOR moves forward

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Lawsuit challenging TABOR moves forward

Tuesday, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit denied the governor’s request to rehear his claim that the plaintiffs’ constitutional challenge to TABOR should be dismissed on procedural grounds. In March, a three judge panel of the 10th Circuit unanimously decided the case should proceed to trial. Tuesday’s ruling upheld that decision. As… Continue Reading Lawsuit challenging TABOR moves forward

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Webinar targets investments

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Webinar targets investments

The Colorado Small Business Development Center is offering a webinar titled Colorado Emerging Ventures: Is your business ready for investment dollars? The free webinar will take place Wednesday from 7:30-9 a.m. The webinar will be presented from the Boulder SBDC office. Among others, the webinar will answer the question: What does it really mean to… Continue Reading Webinar targets investments

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