Ent Credit Union executive Rich Scholes knows firsthand how quickly new technology can make a difference, and he says the banking industry is working hard to keep up with an ever-changing world.
Carolyn Fox is proud of the newest building on the UCCS campus, and not just because she calls the Ent Center for the Arts “a piece of artwork in itself.” Fox touts the acoustics of the five performance venues, the continuous lobby that offers views of Pikes Peak, and the stylish exterior. As the UCCS […]
A new cybersecurity program — a partnership between SecureSet and Fort Carson — is offering active duty soldiers a fast track to cybersecurity careers in the civilian world. The pilot Cybersecurity Career Program aims to bridge the gap between military experience and civilian cybersecurity requirements, and smooth the transition to civilian life for service members […]
Rich Burchfield followed in his father’s footsteps when he became the chief defense development officer for the Colorado Springs Chamber of Commerce & EDC in late July. Burchfield and his dad both served in the Air Force, and have now both worked for a chamber of commerce. After serving for nearly 30 years and then […]
Taikos.com Established: 2003 Employees: 2.5 Location: 579 County Line Road (Palmer Lake) Contact: 719-297-1171; taikos.com Standing in his packed manufacturing space along the railroad tracks in Palmer Lake, Jesse Maddox recalls, as a child, receiving the just-released Nintendo Entertainment System for Christmas. He wasn’t impressed. “The first thing I did was take it to a […]
Asha Kurian works at Tek Experts, a global business and IT outsourcing company with a location in Colorado Springs. But she is more than just a sales assist generalist at the 7-year-old Bulgaria-based company. Kurian moved to the U.S. from Coimbatore in south India, where she received a degree in fashion technology from Kumaraguru College […]
Living or starting a business in a tiny home has been a popular trend, and Colorado Springs is well known for its connections to the industry. The city hosted the Tiny House Jamboree, which drew thousands during the past two years. The event has since moved to Arlington, Texas, because...
Pay raises, replacing the city fleet and parks maintenance were the big winners when Colorado Springs Mayor John Suthers presented his 2018 balanced budget to City Council Oct. 3. The $288.9 million budget is $16.3 million — or 6 percent — higher than the 2017 version. The 640-page proposal likely will be tweaked by city […]
Peterson Air Force Base’s new commander, Col. Todd Moore, wants his officers and airmen to “be more aggressive and more creative” in tackling the 21st Space Wing’s mission, he said at the annual State of the Wing event last week. “[W]e’ve had some of these capabilities around for a very long time, and our adversaries […]
(Editor’s note: This is the second in a two-part series exploring banks and cryptocurrency.) Cryptocurrencies promise to disrupt and transform the financial system — a promise that grows as central banks around the world experiment with the idea of issuing their own cryptocurrencies. The Bank of England, the Bank of Canada,...