Nov 18, 2021
Think print is dead? Or publishing only happens in mega cities?
We hear from three entrepreneurs and business owners who prove that
small, independent, and niche publishing is alive and well in rural
Featuring: The Climbing Zine, Maria's Bookshop, and Torrey House Press.
Oct 20, 2021
Colorado has been in a persistent drought since the late 1990s and the threat of water scarcity is quickly becoming a reality. Since entrepreneurs are known for their problem-solving wizardry, we wanted to know how they're tackling the water crisis. In Episode 2 of the Startup Colorado Podcast, you'll hear from...
Sep 22, 2021
Has Colorado reached "peak beer?" Our state may be known for its ales, but there's something new fermenting in the mountains. In this episode, we get to know the makers behind EsoTerra Cider, Mesa Park Vineyards, and Oh Hi THC Seltzers. Our host Margaret Hedderman takes us on a road trip through western Colorado as she...
Jul 24, 2020
There's a saying: our attention goes where the money flows. That's why social entrepreneur Adrian Reif wrote The Do-Gooder's Guide To Investing, a guide for anyone interested in putting their money where their values are. In this episode, we chat with Adrian (who is also on our Executive Committee) about his book, what...
Jul 10, 2020
Many rural, minority, women, and veteran-owned businesses often have trouble accessing traditional funding. Throw in an economic and health crisis, and you've got a lot of businesses struggling to tap into the money they need to stay open. In this episode, we chat with three alternative funds - the First Southwest...