The Silt Chamber would like to welcome and congratulate two new members, Ursa Resources Group II (formally Antero) out of the Rifle office and the new PIP aRT GaLLery located at 602 Main St. in Silt.
The Roaring Fork Business Resource Center has once again joined efforts with Colorado Mountain College and the Colorado Small Business Development Center (SBDC) Network to present an informative business seminar series. This spring, there will be five seminars in the RFBRC/CMC/SBDC series, which will be held at Colorado Mountain College’s Glenwood Center at 1402 Blake Ave. Each seminar is just $35 and runs from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. on Thursday mornings in March and April. The seminars are designed to provide small business owners and entrepreneurs with the resources and tools they need to successfully run their organizations. Seminar topics include: Buying and Selling a Business (March 7), Marketing Your Small Business (March 21), Facebook & Linked-In for Business (March 28), Improving Your Sales (April 4), and Understanding Business Financials and Taxes (April 11). For full seminar descriptions, visit http://www.rfbrc.org. Advanced registration is recommended and may be done so by calling the CMC Glenwood Center at 970-945-7486.
Two local hospice providers – Alpine Hospice and Alpine Home Health, both of Glenwood Springs – have changed their names to Harden Hospice Colorado and Harden Home Health Colorado, to better reflect their subsidiary status as part of Harden Healthcare of Austin, Texas.The change of names took place in late January, but no other changes were expected in the nature of the businesses or the quality of care they provide, according to Harden representatives.The two businesses share an office at 1517 Blake Ave., Suite 100B, in Glenwood Springs.
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Small businesses affected by the Glenwood Canyon mudslides may qualify for federal funding, the state announced Friday.