(6/13/2012) Denver Business Journal There was a first Wednesday at the 11th annual Bard Center for Entrepreneurship Business Plan Competition: Two companies shared first place.
Denise Horton, owner of Beautifuli.com, an eco-friendly clothing store, shared first place with the team of Rob Carpenter and Jeff Macco, founders of AppIt Ventures, which develops mobile apps. Each company received $7,500.
Small Business Forum 2012
Small businesses are the foundation of a healthy local economy, and it’s vital for these businesses to work together to build their capacities. The Mile High Business Alliance is hosting the 2nd Annual Small Business Forum on June 1st. It will be an all day forum to bring resources to small business owners- everything from marketing and communications, to sustainability, legal issues. and working with government entities, and much more.
KMGH Denver (11/3/2011) Waste Farmers has evolved into innovators respected by leaders in the global community for developing simple solutions to the complex problems of modern agriculture and food security.
Denver Business Journal (10/7/2011) Bioentrepreneuship meant to expand options for bioscience students.
University Press (6/23/2011): Business School grad creates unique, high-tech guitar, More durable, sounds better than wooden guitars.
Denver Business Journal (6/21/2011): Viktorian Guitar and CEO Josh Jacobson won the $10,000 first prize at the 10th annual Business Plan Competition sponsored by the University of Colorado Denver Business School Bard Center for Entrepreneurship.
Denver Post (6/17/2011): Viktorian Guitars, which makes a high-tech, carbon-fiber electric guitar, took first place Thursday in the 10th annual Business Plan Competition sponsored by the University of Colorado Denver Business School's Bard Center for Entrepreneurship.
9News.com (3/19/2011): Vail Ski Patrol had just started carrying a new powdered version of Aspirin called Urgent-Rx which went a long way in saving a heart-attack victim's life in February.
Denver Business Journal (2/25/2011): Fast Help .... Students from the Bard Center for Entrepreneurship gave $50,000 to UrgentRx as their first investment from the Rutt Bridges Venture Capital Fund. UrgentRx was chosen from more than 80 businesses.
9 News (2/10/2011): "Angel Investor" students fund Denver start-up" Students from the UC Denver Business School's Bard Center for Entrepreneurship have made their first investment. They're pouring $50,000 into a new local venture that is launching a powdered, single-dose pain reliever.
examinar.com (9/12/2010): Enjoy the flavors of India the Bombay Bowl way
Denver Post (9/9/2010): University-fueled venture-capital funds aid school-related startups.
9News covers 2010 Business Plan Competition (6/2010): Local software company wins prize for entrepreneurship
Boulder County Business Report (6/21/2010): CaraSolva wins business-plan contest
ColoradoBisMag.com (6/12/2010): CaraSolva comes up with a winner
CNN coverage of Nokero (6/18/2010): Solar a beacon of hope (Bard advisory board member & alum)
Westworld (6/10/2010): Diego Zhang's snags third place in business plan competition
Denver Business Journal (6/7/2010): UC Denver names business-plan winners
Denver Post (6/11/2010): Software firm takes prize at UCD competition
Westworld (6/7/2010): Diego Zhang's Burger Cafe could soon be $10,000 richer
Denver Post (6/2/2010): Six entrepreneurs in running for Bard Center cash award
Denver Business Journal (5/13/2010): Financiers eye struggling banks; Centennial first buy
Denver Post (4/22/2010): Students guide revamped VC fund at Bard Center - Denver Business Journal:The Bard's the thing for startups
cobismag.com (3/24/2010): Health care really goes global with medical tourism
Boulder County Business Report (9/4/2010): Olomomo's 'nutty' business plan impresses experts
Boulder County Business Report (6/12/2009): Two Boulder Companies win
Denver Post (6/11/2009): Nut Company Wins Contest
Denver Post (4/26/2009) : A pinprick view opens a big world (Angie Buckley, a graduate of the Bard Center for Entrepreneurship)
Denver Business Journal (2/12/2009): Starting over: Creating opportunities after suffering job layoffs, profiles John-Paul, Bard Center Alum, and his new business Waste Farmers LLC along with others who are beginning new businesses in this trying economy.