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UCCS graduates 1st healthcare-management class

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The first participants in a new healthcare management program coordinated by the University of Colorado at Colorado Spring School of business graduated Thursday. The UCCS school of business collaborated with local healthcare organizations and businesses to design a certificate program of five courses over two months designed to prepare healthcare professionals new supervisory and management… Continue Reading UCCS graduates 1st healthcare-management class

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A local Colorado Springs entrepreneur is launching a marketing website for local businesses. Called wherestheegg.com, the site will allow visitors to seek up to $50,000 in cash and prizes hidden throughout the content of the site in the form of digital eggs. In exchange, they’ll see the ads throughout the site. The goal, says creator… Continue Reading ‘Egg hunt’ promotes marketing through online treasure hunt

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Obviously our Republican Representative Doug Lamborn missed the sensitivity class when he was in college. He recently called President Barack Obama a “tar baby.” Whether or not you should still like President Obama after the latest debacle remains open for discussion, but the office of the President should be respected. And the use of an… Continue Reading Setbacks and strides in Springs’ diversity appreciation

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Fountain demand for business going unmet

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The City of Fountain, roughly 13 miles south of Colorado Springs, is on the precipice of a population boom, and it wants more businesses — now. Fountain Valley’s population, which includes Security and Widefield, is around 88,000, and city officials expect that number grow 14 percent by 2014, when troops return to neighboring Fort Carson… Continue Reading Fountain demand for business going unmet

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New business helps moms stride to fitness

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A fitness program for new moms that uses their strollers in place of standard gym equipment is opening up shop in Colorado Springs. “Stroller Strides is a great way to get back into shape as well as stay in shape,” said Johanna Mitchell, Stroller Strides new franchise owner, in a statement. Mothers will meet in… Continue Reading New business helps moms stride to fitness

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UCCS adds online entrepreneurship program

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The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs is now offering online entrepreneurship classes. The school’s College of Business has launched its Practical Entrepreneurship Program, a non-credit track program that includes 21 courses on subjects ranging from market evaluation to raising capital, legal structures for new businesses, writing a business plan and setting up an office.… Continue Reading UCCS adds online entrepreneurship program

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Business leaders meet to brainstorm new brand

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A group of Colorado Springs business leaders and residents will meet today and Tuesday to brainstorm the city’s brand strategy. Called a charrette, the two-day meeting is the last step in the information gathering process led by Stone Mantel, a Colorado Springs-based brand and strategy firm. The interactive exercise will call upon the 100 participants… Continue Reading Business leaders meet to brainstorm new brand

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MSEC sponsors health insurance forum

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Health insurance exchanges, employer-based insurance and wellness plans are just a few of the topics at the Mountain States Employers Council meeting July 19. The group normally holds members-only meetings, but has opened this one to all businesses in Colorado Springs. Slated from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at Cheyenne Mountain Resort, the event costs… Continue Reading MSEC sponsors health insurance forum

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Colorado Springs Utilities is looking for a few good businesses to work on the Southern Delivery System. The municipal utility is hosting its annual business opportunities workshop Thursday, July 14 from 2 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Leon Young Service Center, 1521 Hancock Expressway. The free event will give subcontractors the chance to meet… Continue Reading Utilities looking for businesses to work on SDS

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Colo. man sentenced for check fraud

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A Mesa County District Court has sentenced a man to 11 years and three months in the Colorado Department of Corrections for his role in a national check fraud ring, according to Colorado Attorney General John Suthers. Salvador Ramirez was accused of being part of a check fraud ring that used shell corporations Mount Rocky… Continue Reading Colo. man sentenced for check fraud

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