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Routon: Rising Stars today have reason to stay

The two young professionals came from different backgrounds, Scott growing up here and graduating from Colorado College, and William coming from a small town in the South and finishing his degree at a young, growing urban university not unlike UCCS. They met in 1977, hired by the same employer to tackle a daunting challenge. Their… Continue Reading Routon: Rising Stars today have reason to stay

A Denver-based software company is making a home in Colorado Springs. Aspenware Internet Solutions opened an office in Colorado Springs at 118 N. Tejon, Suite 200. The company builds custom software for businesses like Vail Resorts, Seagate and Hosting. It was founded in 2001 and made Inc. 5000 fastest-growing companies list in 2011 and 2012,… Continue Reading Software company opens Springs office

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Young Professionals groups growing in Colorado

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Young Professionals Founder: Jon Severson Founded: 2003 Next event: 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 8 at Ritz Grill, 15 S. Tejon St. Website: www.csyoungpros.com Nine years ago, Jon Severson was sick of not knowing anyone in town, so he put an ad on the Internet. He started a Yahoo group called Colorado Springs Young… Continue Reading Young Professionals groups growing in Colorado

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Business Journal honors young professionals

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The Colorado Springs Business Journal honored 40 young professionals this week at its annual Rising Stars event at Cheyenne Mountain Resort. Honored for their dedication to the profession and to the community, the “40 under 40” came from banks, nonprofits, health care and education. As varied as their professions are, they have similar dedication to… Continue Reading Business Journal honors young professionals

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Young Professionals donate toys

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The Colorado Springs Young Professionals collected dozens of toys during its annual toy drive Thursday night at McCabe’s Tavern. The Colorado Springs Young Professionals have collected toys for the last seven years and always donate them to Christmas Unlimited. Founded in 1923, Christmas Unlimited is one of the oldest nonprofits in Colorado.

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WELLS FARGO/COLORADO SPRINGS BUSINESS JOURNAL LEADERSHIP FORUM October 27, 2011 Antler’s Hotel Colorado Springs, Colorado Reported by: Connie S. Dyke, RPR, CRR APPEARANCES Moderator: BOB BEVERIDGE, Wells Fargo Bank Panelists: ETIENNE HARDRE, Principal, Next Exit Advisors LISANNE McNEW, Director, Placement and Internships, College of Business, University of Colorado — Colorado Springs JAN MARTIN, President Pro… Continue Reading Wells Fargo/CSBJ Leadership Forum: Young Professionals

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Mike Christensen moved to Colorado Springs after he finished college in California. He had a series of different jobs before he decided to strike out on his own and establish his own business, called Prosperent. Prosperent is an Internet marketing company, and it is clearly prospering. With remodeled office space downtown at Platte Avenue and… Continue Reading Christensen’s Prosperent landing national clients

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Editor’s note: The Young Professional One on One is a new feature. Each week the Business Journal will interview an up-and-comer from the Springs business community. Know someone who should be featured? Send suggestions to editorial@csbj.com. Etienne Hardre spent years working in several large accounting and finance businesses, where he honed his financial management and… Continue Reading Success and stability have Hardre staying put

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Forbes magazine has ranked Denver No. 8 on its list of the best cities where recent college graduate can embark on a high-paying career. Each city was ranked based on its current unemployment rate, what people earn, the local cost of living and the number of local companies. Forbes also counted how many members of the… Continue Reading Denver 8th best city for young professionals

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My column in last Friday’s CSBJ seems to have caused some healthy discourse. The CEO of some company that I have never met at the dozens of community functions I attend every month says I should get involved in the community. You think? While the emails are coming in spouting all the good things the… Continue Reading Young Professional Whiners column causes a stir

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