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Jun 8, 2020

Best practices for a data-driven approach to office re-entry

As tenants continue to increase their capacity in these buildings, owners and managers should plan to reevaluate the process and adjust as necessary following city and state guidelines. But here is where they can start to ensure their tenants remain safe and happy.

Jun 8, 2020

In times of turmoil, businesses should strive to thrive

This article contains ways your business can pivot in uncertain times, re-emerge better than ever on the other side, and thrive for decades to come.


Jun 8, 2020

Golf is changing with the times

Unlike many sports and recreation activities, golf is naturally a social distanced activity. As such, golfers have been letting their tee shots fly during COVID-19. However, as with everything else, a few things had to change for the safety of golfers and course staff. Here’s what to expect.

Jun 8, 2020

Luna Gourmet rebuilds and restores after fire, COVID-19

Not only is Luna Gourmet Coffee and Tea (which also owns Boyer’s Coffee) recovering from business disruptions due to COVID-19 closures, but they’re rebuilding after a fire took out their historic coffee roastery in North Denver. From lessons learned, to small victories achieved, here’s what the company’s owners, the Barr[...]

Jun 5, 2020

5 Guidelines for leading your company through COVID-19

Someday you can move your business back to a more predictable state that may respond well to your pre-pandemic skill set. But until then, these five guidelines will help lead you beyond the pandemic.

Jun 5, 2020

Get back to business as unusual

When events occur in life that are void of options, like the coronavirus pandemic and resulting shutdown, stress is a natural reaction. Whether you are a small business owner or large corporation there is specific protocol that you must follow in order to begin to open your doors and get back to business.

Jun 5, 2020

Mesa County breweries start to reopen and recover

After months of shutdown, initial Mesa County public health variances prevented breweries in the region from re-opening, causing sales to plummet even further than they already had. Now able to reopen, here is the story of how two Mesa County Breweries are dealing with the process of recovery.

Jun 4, 2020

Pop-up garden markets fulfill new demand brought on by quarantine

Initially prompted by the closure of several independent garden centers, Plum Creek Garden Market planned to expand its pop-up markets in 2020. And as stay-at-home orders went into effect, the markets were perfectly poised to help serve a well-established but growing hobby in the state — gardening.

Jun 4, 2020

4 Characteristics businesses need to survive

How a combination of teamwork, flexibility, increased communication and strong leadership helped a Denver firm serve its clients and continue operating as normally as possible.

Jun 2, 2020

5 Communication tips for hotels and restaurants when reopening

This is a time of confusion for businesses and consumers alike. Stand apart from your competition by taking a position of control and leadership as it pertains to safely reopening, and clearly communicate it with your guests; they’ll be ready to come back before you know it.

Jun 2, 2020

Social distancing and loneliness: Reap the benefits of mindfulness

Although loneliness may be complex and challenging to address – especially in today’s unique and uncertain times – a mindfulness practice may bring comfort.

Jun 1, 2020

Building employees financial security in times of uncertainty

We’re all facing challenges during these uncertain and unprecedented days – but by educating your employees on ways to not only financially manage these current circumstances but also prepare for upcoming ones, you can make a positive difference.