Monday November 3, 2014 0 comments
DENVER - The Colorado Small Business Development Center (SBDC) announced the first round of companies selected for its three-year Economic Gardening pilot program, "SBDC Advanced."
The 12 companies are:
- Anton Collins Mitchell
- Best Signs
- FBSC Signs
- Chinook Medical
- Growing Spaces
- Kota Longboards
- Lakeside Insurance Center
- Miramont Family Medicine
- Redstone Aerospace
- Venture Snowboards
Economic Gardening is an entrepreneurial approach to economic development designed to grow and nurture existing companies, SBDC said.
Economic Gardening programs revolve around finding the second-stage companies that are positioned and poised for rapid growth.
"We are excited to offer these services that might otherwise be out of reach for the small to mid-sized business owners," said Kelly Manning, SBDC state director.
"This has proven to be a great tool for spurring innovation and growth across the state."
For more information or to apply for the program, visit www.coloradosbdc.org/consulting/sbdc-advanced.