International Women’s Day
Today, there are more female entrepreneurs than ever before! In celebration of International Women’s Day 2016, we thought we’d recognize a few historical women entrepreneurs with ties to the Denver area, as well as some of their fantastic and contributory accomplishments to the modern world of business.
Lessons Learned from Super Tuesday
Super Tuesday kick-started the presidential nominee campaign (though I’m sure we’ve all seen enough ads in the last few months leading up to this day!). We hope you did your civic duty and got out there to vote for your choice in candidates, but thought we’d mention a few things all small business owners can take […]
Congrats Broncos! 5 Things We Can Learn
With today’s parade storming downtown Denver (and us being lucky enough to be on the parade’s route at our 1625 17th location) we’re joining in celebrating our Denver Broncos’ Superbowl win! Today we highlight five lessons entrepreneurs can learn from our champion football team to also become successful in life’s endeavors.
Resolutions for 2016
For us at DVO, 2015 has been a wild ride! This year, we have added several more locations and created new partnerships across the board, and fortunately have experienced a fair amount of success despite being presented with numerous challenges along the way. Every small business and its contributing factors are unique, but we thought […]
Gifts Beyond Starbucks Gift Cards
We’re sure you don’t need a reminder that Christmas is just three days away! But, as always, we wanted to do the best we could to help out during crunch time to hopefully make life easier. Today we discuss some last minute gifts that go above and beyond a Starbucks gift card to show associates, […]
5 Holiday Hosting Tips
Just because a company is small doesn’t mean a holiday party is out of the question! Consider throwing a get together, even if it’s just you and your partners, associates, or one or two employees. Let those who have helped your business grow know they are appreciated. Here are some tips on hosting a holiday […]
It’s happened. Music stations are playing Christmas music, neighbors are starting to put up decorations, and it’s snowed multiple times already. The holidays are here, and with them comes a multitude of stressers, especially for entrepreneurs. There’s a lot of pressure to get things done by the end of the year, keep finances in order […]
What We’re Most Thankful for as Entrepreneurs
With Thanksgiving this week, it’s a good time to pause for a moment in the chaos of cooking and planning to recall various aspects of our lives we’re truly grateful for. Of course, as we discussed last year, being a small business owner provides a lot of reasons to be thankful. But this year, we’re […]
Closure for 2015, Planned Progress for 2016
It may be difficult for some to believe, but Thanksgiving is already almost upon us, just a little over a week away. Because most of us, or at least our associates and clients will likely have increasingly busy schedules the week of Thanksgiving and even thereafter, this week is likely the best time to reassess […]
Halloween and Financial Gain?
When costly holidays come to mind, most immediately jump to Christmas and its’ vast expanse of numerous presents and high quality food and travel. But in truth, Halloween is quite costly as well being second ONLY to Christmas, with Americans spending close to $6.9 billion each year! In fact, the average American will spend $74.34 […]