While summer is the busiest tourism season in Colorado Springs, winter doesn’t equal hibernation. Marketing moves toward group visits and away from leisure travel, and some professionals think that Colorado Springs is fortunate to be away from the busy ski slopes. Winter season in lodging relies on local and regional leisure travelers and the conference business, […]
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The Colorado Springs Small Business Development Center is facing a crisis — it could lose a third of its funding if the City Council accepts the recommendation of the Lodging and Automobile Rentals Tax. The organization, which provides assistance and support to local small businesses, received $55,000 a year from the taxes, starting during Mayor […]
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The Colorado Springs Business Journal’s mission is to the the premier resource of business news in southern Colorado. That means connecting people and providing opportunities for professionals to meet in all stages of their careers — entry level, mid-level and executives — to make sure new leaders are developed as the business community grows. When business […]
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For Debbie Chandler, CEO of Colorado Springs Health Partners, the Regional Business Alliance’s annual trip to Washington, D.C., is  a chance to meet the groups that are shaping tomorrow’s health care policy. Chandler spent the day at two health care policy think tanks, learning about the latest innovative, cutting-edge ways to deliver health care in […]
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Washington, D.C. — While most of the 50 people attending the Colorado Springs Regional Business Alliance annual trip to the nation’s capital were still on airplanes Monday afternoon, Mayor John Suthers was busy marketing the city to five different businesses. “These were businesses in cyber security technology and space technology,” he said. “The good news is that […]
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UCCS has gained national attention, thanks to a email by three professors telling students if they are climate change deniers — they can’t attend the Humanities class at the university. The class, which spends a semester discussing a specific topic, was designed to address the effects of climate change — not discuss if climate change […]
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WASHINGTON, D.C. — For new El Paso County Commissioner Mark Waller, the Colorado Springs Regional Business Alliance annual Impact trip to Washington, D.C.,  was about building community ties. “It’s been a fun trip,” he said. “Certainly, there are partnerships that will come out of this trip — with Cisco [Systems] and the [U.S.] Chamber of Commerce. But we’re forging […]
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