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Boulder Chamber Members Assisting Furloughed Federal Workers

The Boulder Chamber is concerned about the welfare of individuals and families impacted by the government shutdown. Fortunately, many of our member businesses are stepping forward with special offers of support for furloughed workers to help them through this difficult period. Check below to see what our members are offering, and if you are a …

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Bolder Young Pro to Know: Matt Klieforth

Matt Klieforth, Sr Relationship Banker, Vectra Bank Hometown: Golden, CO Why is your job awesome? Interacting with clients and being able to educate them on all the different areas in banking that will help them achieve their financial goals. Hobbies: Basketball, Golf, Hiking, Traveling Favorite beer? Coors Light and White Rascal Favorite happy hour spot in …

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Tayer: #GiveFirst: It’s so uniquely Boulder… So, what is it?

By John Tayer, President & CEO – October 31, 2018 I’ve been meaning to write about this for quite some time, but as this column will appear just after the frenzy and divisiveness of our election season, it feels like the right time to talk about something that unites us. Observers have long extolled the …

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Set aside past frustration, back real funding for transportation

By John Tayer — October 12, 2018 I know, we’ve been to this dance before. We believed RTD would provide regional rail service, and we paid for it, only to see those plans languish in the face of depleted FasTracks funds and a recalcitrant commercial rail line owner. Now, faced with decisions on two competing statewide …

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Bolder Young Pro to Know: Jenn Tatro

Jenn Tatro, Card Catalog Bio/Intro: Jenn Tatro was born in Augusta, Kansas, and began singing when she was five. Under the guidance of her mother, she began performing live in pageants. She then began taking singing and guitar lessons in Kansas. After moving to Boulder in 2005, she paired up with Lee Johnson, a singer …

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Tayer: Workforce issues drive or slow economy

By John Tayer — June 7, 2018 Boulder enjoys a highly educated workforce and dynamic, engaged educational institutions. Still, we consistently hear from businesses how hard it is to find qualified and diversified talent. Aside from more localized hurdles, such as housing access and commute issues I’ve addressed in previous columns, there also are nationwide …

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Someone (really) cares about small businesses and nonprofits

By John Tayer — May 3, 2018 Many agree on the need to support small businesses and nonprofits in Boulder. We all recognize that they are important providers of jobs and services. Many of our small businesses also are the startup enterprises that serve as the dynamic foundation for our innovation ecosystem. And finally, we …

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