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Raso resigns from Business Alliance

Raso resigns from Business Alliance

Joe Raso resigned Tuesday as the president and CEO of the Colorado Springs Regional Business Alliance, the job he has held since moving here in May 2012. “On behalf of the board of directors and the executive committee of the Business Alliance, we ask for the continued support of our member investors and supporters as… Continue Reading Raso resigns from Business Alliance

Business Alliance lays out positive plans

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So, you might be wondering, what has the Colorado Springs Regional Business Alliance done for us lately? From one statistic, which President and CEO Joe Raso smartly chose to lead off his RBA member investor briefing Tuesday, that answer might not be so positive. Raso informed the audience of business leaders that on Dec. 13,… Continue Reading Business Alliance lays out positive plans

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Business Alliance lays out positive plans

So, you might be wondering, what has the Colorado Springs Regional Business Alliance done for us lately? From one statistic, which President and CEO Joe Raso smartly chose to lead off his RBA member investor briefing Tuesday, that answer might not be so positive. Raso informed the audience of business leaders that on Dec. 13,… Continue Reading Business Alliance lays out positive plans

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Dave White, chief business development officer for the Colorado Springs Regional Business Alliance, resigned to accept a position as CEO of Stanislaus County Economic Development and Workforce Alliance in Modesto, Calif. Since 2006, White has served the Colorado Springs region as chief business development officer of the Business Alliance and its predecessor organization, the Colorado… Continue Reading Dave White to leave Business Alliance for California

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The city’s Lodging and Automobile Rental Tax fund has been on the books since 1980, supported by a 2-percent tax on hotel rooms and a 1-percent levy on automobile rentals in Colorado Springs. The purpose of the LART tax, according to the city’s 2013 budget, is “to attract visitors and enhance the economy of the… Continue Reading Business Alliance angles for a bigger chunk of LART

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Colorado Springs’ main economic development organization has a new name, new logo and new direction. Continue Reading Business Alliance blazes new trail, but not everyone follows

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Editor’s Note: The Colorado Springs Regional Business Alliance, formerly the Greater Colorado Springs Chamber and EDC, is in Washington, D.C. this week – meeting with the Congressional delegation, the group’s lobbyist and learning more about ways to connect the business community. The CSBJ will provide daily updates of the group’s activities and what they’re learning… Continue Reading Business Alliance learns about fiscal cliff during D.C. trip

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The organization formerly known as the Greater Colorado Springs Chamber and EDC has announced its new name, the Colorado Springs Regional Business Alliance. The organization, which has a mission of business development, also unveiled its new logo and strategic focus. In February, the Greater Colorado Springs Chamber of Commerce and the Colorado Springs Regional Economic… Continue Reading Former Chamber/EDC now the Colorado Springs Regional Business Alliance

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Within the next 18 months, the Colorado Springs Chamber and EDC will have a new name, new office space, a new organizational hierarchy and a new vision. That’s the word from President and CEO Joe Raso, who spoke to a crowd of about 200 business, military and community leaders this morning, sharing his view of… Continue Reading Raso introduces self, ideals to community

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Raso readying for Chamber/EDC balancing act

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When a recruiter called with news about an economic development position in Colorado Springs, there seemed to be something interesting … Continue Reading Raso readying for Chamber/EDC balancing act

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