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For the last two years, the economic indicators for the Western region have advanced above the neutral zone of 50.0 – thanks in no small part to the growth in energy, exports and agriculture. The Mountain States region includes Colorado, Utah and Wyoming, and that region is performing above the national average, according to the… Continue Reading Mountain states economy growing faster than nation’s

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Restaurants, Family Dollar coming to Fountain

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Arby’s, Denny’s and Family Dollar are all prepping to open locations in the Markets at Mesa Ridge in Fountain. The retail development, a little more than a mile from gate 20 of Fort Carson, is thriving. “It’s like going back in time down there,” said Rich Walker, a broker with 1st Properties that markets the… Continue Reading Restaurants, Family Dollar coming to Fountain

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Delta Solutions doubles, still hiring

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It’s been a busy year for Delta Solutions and Strategies, headquartered in Colorado Springs. The company has hired 61 people, nearly doubling its size, and is on track to hire at least 13 more, according to its web site. Delta Solutions has been headquartered in the Springs since 2000 and also has a satellite office… Continue Reading Delta Solutions doubles, still hiring

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The Mountain States Business Conditions Index, which surveys supply managers, shows positive growth is likely over the next several months for Colorado, Utah and Wyoming. For the 15th straight month, leading economic indicators for the mountain region were positive, indicating economic growth is on tap for the first half of 2011. With a score of… Continue Reading Growth and potential inflation projected for Mountain States

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Small business engine showing growth

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Fears of a double dip recession appear to be subsiding, at least according to the Thomson Reuters/PayNet Small Business Lending Index. The monthly index, which measures the overall volume of financing to small businesses, rose 15 percent in August from the prior year. That’s the fastest gain since March 2006, marking the highest level of… Continue Reading Small business engine showing growth

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Cost cutting was the theme of 2009. For 2010, there has been a shift to top-line revenue growth which is vital to sustained long-term success for middle market companies. Lead generation is a challenging piece of the revenue-building process in any type of economy. Lead generation is a deliberate and organized process of attracting and… Continue Reading Effective lead generation key to revenue growth

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Dear Editor: Re: Lon Matejczyk’s article “We might as well cede to Pueblo” Mr. Matejczyk’s statements are completely wrong, starting with “What is Colorado Springs economic development budget?” He says it’s a measly $800,000 for city staff and program support. But what do we, the citizens, get for the $800,000 city slush fund? Not a… Continue Reading The city really can’t be trusted with another slush fund

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