Found 4 blog entries for May 2009.
MSNBC just named Denver the number one market for recovery. This is great news for our market and area as a whole. Just watch the clip below to see the 10 criteria that they used to set Denver apart from the field:
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BOULDER, Colo. — Boulder once again has nabbed the top spot on a Forbes list.
Boulder topped the magazine’s list of “America’s top 25 towns to live well.” In 2008, Forbes put Boulder at the top of its “smartest cities” and “best-educated cities” lists.
The most-recent report ranks “towns” — or city, town, borough or Census-designated-place under 100,000 people — according to areas such as median income; commute; percentage of young and educated people; per capita venture capital funding; and per capita small businesses and startups.
“Boulder is a consistent high performer in all of our measures,” Forbes staff said on its Web site.
The magazine highlighted a couple of those measures: Boulder’s businesses bring in $1,165 in per capita venture capital…