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Merger spreads Peak Vista’s reach

Merger spreads Peak Vista’s reach

Peak Vista Community Health Centers officially merged with Plains Medical Center on May 1, a move Peak Vista President and CEO Pamela McManus called “strategic.” In the nonprofit merger, Peak Vista’s 16 locations combined resources and governorship with four rural health centers in Limon, Flagler, Strasburg and Kiowa. Peak Vista is and, before the merger,… Continue Reading Merger spreads Peak Vista’s reach

Two Colorado credit unions merge

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Trinity Credit Union of Trinidad and Power Credit Union of Pueblo have merged. The accounts of the new Power Credit Union members remain federally insured by the National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund up to $250,000 and the new Power Credit Union members should not experience interruption in services. The Colorado Division of Financial Services… Continue Reading Two Colorado credit unions merge

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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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Dave Csintyan will be the interim CEO of the combined Chamber of Commerce and Economic Development Corp. Doug Quimby, chair of the newly combined organization, had been acting as CEO, while Csintyan remained in charge of the chamber’s daily operations. Quimby will retain his position as chair of the board. “I am pleased that Dave… Continue Reading Chamber/EDC CEO decision delayed, Csintyan named interim

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Source Business Systems, a local business management software and consulting company, is merging its customer list with Boston-based BrainSell Technology. The customer list merger will give the company a strategic relationship, said Jim Brummett, president of Source Business Systems. “It gives us an opportunity to not only provide our clients with an even broader level… Continue Reading Springs business creates ties with Boston technology company

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The newly merged Colorado Springs Chamber of Commerce and Economic Development Corps should make K-12 public education a top priority, the chamber’s top official said. Dave Csintyan, president and CEO of the Greater Colorado Springs Chamber of Commerce, said the business community needs to partner with public schools to ensure a well-trained future work force.… Continue Reading Csintyan: New Chamber/EDC should focus on education

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An EDC-Chamber unification committee is on track to make final recommendations about the future organization by the end of the month. A “rough draft” of recommendations was sent to the boards of the Greater Colorado Springs Chamber of Commerce and the Colorado Springs Regional Economic Development Corp. earlier this week and the unification committee expected… Continue Reading Chamber/EDC merger: Committee makes recommendations

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An EDC-Chamber unification committee has submitted recommendations about how the merged organization should operate. Continue Reading EDC/Chamber merger committee submits recommendations

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The Greater Colorado Springs Chamber of Commerce and the Economic Development Corp. are working on a merger deal, discussing how the merged organization might be structured and possibly who its president and CEO should be. Who do you think should lead the organization? Leave a comment below.

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Colorado Springs is set to have one economic development organization – one that combines the efforts of the Economic Development Corp. and the Chamber of Commerce. After an meeting Tuesday that lasted more than six hours, the two groups voted unanimously to merge operations – at least in principle, said Bill Hodgkins, board president for… Continue Reading Chamber/EDC merger: Structure? Jobs? Layoffs?

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