For most people, 2020 has been a rough year. Between normal personal struggles, living in a global pandemic, economic and climate uncertainty, a major election year… The list goes on as to the struggles we’ve surmounted this year. As perspective though, we wanted to offer the things that we’re grateful for this year – there is still so much light in this world despite it all!Read More
The mission of the LBDC is to provide Loveland citizens and existing businesses with free one on one consulting services, sophisticated training seminars and street smart advisors in order to create a stronger more vibrant economy.
Looking for resources on de-escalating tense situations at work? Want to provide team members with tools to navigate challenging scenarios around the mask mandate? Would you like to know what other businesses are doing to prevent tense situations from developing? Capacitación gratuita sobre reducción de la tensión para negocios ¿Está buscando recursos para evitar situaciones […]Read More
Larimer County and Colorado State University are partnering together to support the long-term stability of local businesses and organizations, due to the challenges faced by the COVID-19 outbreak. With changing customer habits and new health requirements, many businesses are needing to ‘pivot’ their business model to adapt to the changing times. In response, CSU’s College of Business will provide free resources to Larimer County business owners to learn how to ‘pivot’ their business […]Read More
The Colorado Restaurant Foundation (“Foundation”) has established an emergency assistance program within the Foundation to assist Colorado restaurants affected by the Covid -19 crisis. This fund will be known as the Colorado Outdoor Winter Dining Grant Program (“the Program”). The Program is designated for Colorado restaurants that have demonstrated financial need as defined by the […]Read More