Nick Sargent, a 12-year industry veteran formerly of Burton Snowboards, has been appointed president of The SnowSports Industries America (SIA), one of the country’s largest winter sports trade groups and organizer of Denver’s annual SIA Snow Show.
A Denver real estate veteran with more than 60 years in the business says it’s time to double the size of his firm. And he thinks he has the bait to lure brokers to his new DTC office: 30 separate enclosed offices and a lounge with “the biggest TV we can buy.”
A Denver-based company that makes glasses with built-in cameras has moved into a Golden Triangle office six times bigger than its old digs.
CAMP, which sells rock climbing, ice climbing and mountaineering equipment (such as harnesses and helmets), has outgrown its current digs in Broomfield
Following the departure of its CEO and three other company leaders, the image-hosting website Photobucket has snapped its way to $1.7 million in new funding.
A Littleton-based lacrosse chain has scored a deal with an East Coast retailer, and the combined company will have 14 locations across six states.
The Snowsports Industry America’s Snow Show kicked off its annual convention yesterday in Denver, with 336,710 square feet with 550 exhibitors — including 174 new arrivals — showcasing over 1,000 brands in 3,000 booths.
A nonprofit that offers housing and classes for teenage mothers in the Denver area is consolidating and expanding its services in a $4 million project.
After less than a year in business on Colorado Boulevard, an ice cream shop with alcohol-infused flavors has closed down.
A massive deal between two real estate giants handed off 18 Colorado apartment complexes, including three in Denver that sold for a combined $377 million.