Here Colorado goes again, setting visionary precedent. And this time, it’s going to save lives. First, some background: Have you ever found yourself behind a city truck with what looks like a giant cup holder on the back? That’s a crash truck, and it does what it sounds like. That pad on the back is a crunch zone designed to take an impact. A big impact. These trucks act as a shield for road crews,
Where should you watch Monday night Broncos games? Denver is a football town. You’ll see orange and blue clothing all over the place, in a addition to the massive stadium that graces downtown Denver. Even as you fly into the airport, one of the first landmarks that jumps out at you is the massive blue bronco statue rearing up in a prideful pose. There are only so many tickets to each game, and that’s where
6 innovators go head-to-head for $150,000 Prime Health Challenge grand prize. On Thursday, Oct. 19, the winner of this challenge might change your physician’s treatment plan. It’s the Prime Health Challenge, hosted and organized by the eponymous Prime Health. About Prime Health Denver South Economic Development Partnership, Innovation Pavilion and the Society of Physician Entrepreneurs founded Prime Health in 2012 with a clear vision: to facilitate the digital, innovative future of healthcare. From administrators, providers,
CO chosen as an optimal location for the future of travel. First, what is a hyperloop? It’s often called the fifth form of transportation, after road, rail, water, and air. A hyperloop is a “pod” that shoots through a system of depressurized tubes. The pod resembles a train car, but it’s much, much faster. A hyperloop can reach speeds of over 600 mph, thanks to reduced air pressure and the maglev principle. And, just in
Denver South tackles the “last-mile” problem with help from tech. The RTD Light Rail is many things: quick, affordable, and instead of wearing out your pedal foot, you can sip coffee and actually read that novel. Sounds fantastic, right? For many potential riders, there’s a hitch: the pesky “last mile.” The last mile is the gulf of space between your train and where you need to be, and it’s keeping people off the rail and
  Ever since Adolph Coors first used the crisp, cool Rocky Mountain waters to brew his Banquet Beer, Denver has been a brewing powerhouse. Now, as home to the second-most breweries per capita in the nation and perennial host of The Great American Beer Festival—which kicks off tomorrow—the craft brewery scene has exploded. Denver South alone has a cadre of breweries that are a perfect rendezvous for post-work libations (or a Colorado spin on the
Harare. Kabul. London. Tokyo. Washington D.C. Denver South is doing business worldwide. Benefit from Katty Kay’s global perspective.   Denver South is interested in what’s interesting. Inviting Katty Katy to speak at this year’s luncheon was a no-brainer. Yes, she boasts an impressive resume, but it’s the details of her life that give her singular distinction to speak on a topic that’s as fascinating as it is relevant: globalization. Ever watch the BBC? If so,
So there’s this city. In it, citizens, business leaders, and government officials work together – seamlessly, easily – to achieve a high quality of life for everyone who lives there. It’s not a utopia. But it’s made some smart choices: public transport, for example. In this city, the train system wasn’t an afterthought. Instead, transport dictated development, making it easy (and quick) for people to get where they need to go. So now the air’s
Groundbreaking public-private initiative will accelerate the development of intelligent infrastructure projects to improve the lives of Colorado residents The Colorado Smart Cities Alliance, a first-of-its-kind initiative in the United States, officially launched Monday September 25, 2017. The statewide, multi-jurisdictional, public-private coalition aims to make Colorado a leader in the development of intelligent, 21st century infrastructure, improving everything from transportation and housing to public safety and the environment for the state’s 5.5-plus million residents. With more
Dear Amazon, Recently, The New York Times published a piece helping you select a city for your new headquarters, and through a process of elimination using your own criteria, landed on Denver. We completely agree We boast nearly 300 days of sunshine. We enjoy countless craft breweries and a thriving restaurant scene. We support franchises in all four major league sports. And we enjoy a nearly unparalleled quality of life. In an effort to show