A.J. Peak, the CEO of Peak Dental Services, has a new reason for a bright smile: He was named Small Business Person of the Year on Thursday.
The seventh annual Small Business Week, presented by the Better Business Bureau of Southern Colorado and the Pikes Peak Small Business Develop…
Every item at Heritage Arsenal — every uniform, medal, weapon — has a story to tell.
In 2011, Erik Huffman started Handshake Leadership, a Colorado Springs business based on the principle of "purpose over profit." His success — and a passion for cybersecurity — has earned him the 2018 Pikes Peak Region Small Business Young Entrepreneur of the Year and Mayor's Young Leaders awards.
The name for her business — AHOD Services — came to Monique Flemings in a dream.
With clocks relentlessly ticking and chimes melodically ringing, the Tick Tock Shop is not a quiet place.
It appears that customers of Elite Auto Service truly find the service elite.
When an injury forced Aisha Ahmad-Post to abandon her dream of becoming principal bassist for the New York Philharmonic, she set on a new career path — one that eventually would lead her west to a job as director of the Ent Center for the Arts at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs.
Playing the piano helped Stacy Gery recover from a traumatic brain injury — just as it helped her cope with the loss of her dad to suicide when she was a teenager. And now it’s the basis of one of two small businesses she started after her TBI cost her her job as a high school Spanish teacher. The other business is teaching mountain biking skills.
From flowers and jewelry to chocolate, fondue and more, Colorado Springs businesses hope shoppers will buy their Valentine's gifts locally. Platte Floral, Luisa Graff Jewelers, Patsy's Original, The Melting Pot and The Local Motive share their gift ideas.