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In 2013, Trung Nguyen, a Branch Manager of Bank of the West in Littleton, was introduced to An (Billy) Lam, owner of Atlantic International Trading. This family-run wholesale food business supplying Asian restaurants and markets across Denver and Boulder was a symbol of success.
Founded in 2006 by Brandi and Austin Paik, CandyGrind is an outdoor apparel company dedicated to crafting premium gear and snowboard accessories for distribution in the US and overseas. Focused on creating products that "reflect our passion for board sports and loving life," this husband and wife team recognized a need for high quality apparel products in Colorado.
Small is good when it comes to boutiques, Think hands-on customer service, a unique and ever-changing selection of stylish merchandise, great ambience, and fewer crowds. These are many of the reasons why Allison Orr, owner and manager of Dragonfly Apparel located in the historic Highlands district of northwest Denver, loves her job.
From the streets of Buenos Aires to the corner of Louisiana and Broadway in Denver, a former marketing executive from Argentina found her passion: making savory and sweet pastries, tartas, tortillas and salsas for a new community to enjoy just like she did back home. It all started in her mother's kitchen.
Jason Rider always knew he wanted to be an entrepreneur, complete with a dream to run his own company and “create a widget to market.” Focused on developing and marketing various products, Jason is the quintessential ‘serial’ entrepreneur. His latest invention, C-Bite, a snappy colorful plastic anchoring system used to build sturdy, versatile plant supports has paid off.
Staying healthy is a family affair for True Vos, an online start-up company offering a variety of natural and heathy products for home delivery. Founded in 2013, True Vos “came about because of the family’s desire to live a more simple, healthy and independent lifestyle.” Marsha Conte adds the company also exists “to support my sons’ desires to create their own job stability, and pursue ideas and opportunities freely.”