“Coolest Thing Made” contest begins.
The Colorado Chamber of Commerce is holding a “Coolest Things Made in Colorado” contest to celebrate the state’s manufacturing industry.
“This is a unique opportunity for makers from every corner of the state to showcase their best creations, and we encourage nominations of local products from Northern Colorado to compete for the title of Most Secret Made in Colorado,” President and Colorado Chamber CEO. Loren Furman said in a press release.
The nomination period closes on September 9. An independent panel of judges will review the nominations and select the top 10 finalists, who will be honored at the Colorado Chamber’s annual meeting luncheon on Oct. 20, where the “Most Beautiful Thing” winner will be announced.
For details and to apply, visit coolestthingcolorado.com/nominations.
New online process available for business reports
The Colorado Secretary of State’s office has launched a new online process for business entities to submit periodic reports.
Reporting entities such as Limited Liability Companies (LLCs), corporations, non-profit organizations and foreign entities are required to file a periodic report each year with the Colorado Secretary of State’s office, with information such as updates to their office addresses principal and registered agent information. to ensure that current information about Colorado businesses is available to the public, according to a news release.
The new tool, which was created with feedback from Colorado businesses, works on a variety of electronic devices.
For details, visit coloradosos.gov/pubs/business/FAQs/reports.html.
• Arc Thrift Stores will be holding their annual one-day sale of all children’s clothing on Friday, August 12th. Shorts, tops, dresses, tops, pants and more will be available for 99 cents at all 31 Arc stores in Colorado.
• E-FLUX of Fort Collins won a federal contract award for $13,530 from the U.S. Department of the Interior Geological Survey, Denver, Colorado, for field deployable C02 trap services.
•9:30 a.m. Tuesdays through Sept. 17: Warehouse Business Accelerator Tours at the Forge Campus Innovation Center, 815 14th St. SW, Suite C250, Loveland. Contact Christina Eccleston at 970-541-0991 or Christina.email@example.com, or visit warehouseinnovation.com.
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