We find ourselves in the middle of one of the greatest wealth transfer periods of all time. Those with wealth must decide whether they want to make transfers, and if they do, they must decide how much, to whom, when and in what structure?
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No other news source delivers more data about Northern Colorado businesses than we do via our lists. Readers tell us they refer to them repeatedly as a way to stay up-to-date on who’s new, who’s gone, and what’s changed in the markets that are important to them.
Please remember as you peruse these lists that they are a snapshot in time; the lists on these pages were reported and published throughout the past year and may not reflect changes since their original publication date. For your convenience, we include that date at the top of each list.
You will notice that we have redesigned our lists to reflect a much cleaner look. Moreover, this new design creates the opportunity for our news staff to add new twists. Examples of this can be seen on pages 40, 54, 115 and 128.
Also highlighted on these pages are photographs from a few of our events over this past year: Bravo! Entrepreneur, Mercury 100, Women of Distinction and the CFO Awards.
I want to thank chief researcher Mariah Gant for the incredible job she has done researching the lists in this Book of Lists. Mariah would welcome any feedback you may have on the lists. Contact her at 970-221-5400, ext. 121, or via email at email@example.com, to suggest a new company, to find out how to submit an update or to recommend a new list for us to research in the coming year.
I would also like to thank the entire staff of NCBR for their work on The Book of Lists.
Finally, a sincere thank-you to all of our sponsors — Banner Health, Community Banks of Colorado — and our advertisers who are part of this year’s Book of Lists. I toast your marketing wisdom!