Month: April 2015

Boulder #1 place to start a business in U.S. according to NerdWallet

Nerdwallet – Boulder, Colorado-based Grasshaven Outdoor sells canvas tepees, durable dinnerware and patterned picnic coolers — accessories for glamorous camping, or “glamping,” as founder Dawn Bitz calls it. Since she quit her corporate job to start the company in 2012, Bitz has been called the “Martha Stewart of camping” and the “camping style diva.”  Read more…

Boulder’s Savory Cuisines expands after purchase of former Avery Brewing building

Longmont Times-Call – Savory Cuisines, one of Boulder’s largest catering companies, has taken advantage of Avery Brewing’s move to a larger facility by taking over the beer maker’s old space. Avery recently outgrew its space and recently moved into its new, $27 million facility north of town. That’s when Savory Cuisines took the opportunity to …

Boulder’s Savory Cuisines expands after purchase of former Avery Brewing building Read More »

Boulder’s Special Aerospace Services acquires C&C Manufacturing

BizWest – Special Aerospace Services LLC announced Thursday that it has acquired Englewood-based C&C Manufacturing in Englewood, a move that should lead to hiring soon in both locations. Heather Bulk, co-founder and CEO of Boulder-based SAS, said her company’s goal is to double C&C’s current staff of seven within the next 12 months. The acquisition …

Boulder’s Special Aerospace Services acquires C&C Manufacturing Read More »

City manager approves business incentive for Sea to Summit, Inc.

City of Boulder – City Manager Jane S. Brautigam has approved a flexible rebate application for Boulder-based Sea to Summit, Inc. for up to $40,000 in rebates. The rebates were authorized for sales and use taxes, and permit-related fees for renovation of a building in Flatiron Park. The flexible rebate program is one of the …

City manager approves business incentive for Sea to Summit, Inc. Read More »

Development foes hope to address Boulder growth on November ballot

Daily Camera – Boulder’s development debate is headed toward the November ballot as growth opponents on Wednesday announced a pair of voter measures that would give residents more control over which projects are approved and require developers to pay more to the city to offset growth. The proposed amendments to Boulder’s charter have been submitted …

Development foes hope to address Boulder growth on November ballot Read More »

Scroll to Top