Business Briefs Nov. 17, 2014
Turn ideas into business ventures
Entrepreneurs and creative minds are invited to Colorado Mountain College’s Glenwood Center for Startup Weekend Western Colorado from Nov. 21-23. This event will provide not only inspiration, but the resources required for building and launching a viable, scalable company.
During the weekend, participants share ideas, form teams around top vote-getting ideas, get advice and hear talks from successful entrepreneurs. They can learn needed skills, build prototype products and take the first steps in launching startup businesses.
Contact the Western Colorado Startup Weekend website at http://cowest.co for more information and to order tickets. The CMC Glenwood Center is at 1402 Blake Avenue — 970-945-7486.
Bucky Moser joins Liberty Home
Liberty Home Financial is proud to announce the addition of Bucky Moser as a mortgage consultant. He was previously a Senior Vice President at Alpine Bank for 14 years working in the New Castle and Glenwood Springs Branches. He is a native of the area, having grown up in Carbondale, and brings a wealth of knowledge and attention to customer satisfaction to Liberty. He also currently serves as the Garfield County Library Foundation Board President.
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After the planning and zoning commission unanimously denied ANB Bank’s proposal to construct a new facility in the city’s 900 block, the Glenwood Springs City Council will hear the banks appeal case Thursday at its regularly scheduled meeting.