Durango Makes Top 10 List of “Best Places to Start a Business in Colorado” Durango, Colorado- A recent survey ranks Durango as #7 as “best places to start a business in Colorado.” NerdWallet, a consumer research company, reports that: “Durango is enjoying its slice of the boom that’s seeing technology businesses thrive in the state. Mercury, a payment-processing company, is one such success story. [ 290 more words. ]
The Alliance hosted the CEO Network Meeting earlier this week, where some 25 CEO’s and key company decision-makers gathered to share ideas and information about operating their organizations. The main topic of discussion for this 2nd quarterly meeting was “Finding & Keeping Great Employees.” A panel of three local business leaders spoke about how their company or organization handles the issue. [ 238 more words. ]
Congratulations to the Southern Ute Tribe and their grand opening of the new headquarters of the Southern Ute Indian Tribe Growth Fund Building in Ignacio. The impressive structure will house more than 140 employees who manage seven companies - including several oil and gas companies, a real estate division and private-equity division. For the complete Durango Herald report click: The Next Steps for Utes
View the latest Economic Development Update on Inside Durango TV! Alliance Executive Director, Roger Z talks with representatives from Crossfire, LLC. General Manager, Jay Nielson and Permit & Regulatory Compliance Manger Deb Koenig explain Crossfire’s plans to establish a new gravel pit in southern La Plata County. The expansion could mean up to 25 new jobs. Crossfire is one the area’s largest companies, with more than 600 employees in La Plata County. Click on the image above or visit Inside Durango TV to view the interview!