In the 19th century, “entrepreneur”—from the Old French entreprendre (“undertake”)—was used as a designator for “a manager or promoter of theatrical production.” That is, metaphorically speaking, a perfect descriptor for the following ladies, all of whom are driven by their creativity and independence and bask in the freedom of running their own businesses, which are expressions of their individual imaginations.
Bret Alexandra. I’d suggest you remember that name because she is among some of the newest heavy hitters stepping up to make this city the arts capital of the west. Bret is a model turned interior designer and founder of The Fourth House (@thefourthhouse), an interior styling company with a focus on thrifted vintage goods.
I am a bridal coach that has designed workshops and coaching programs that set brides-to-be up for success to plan their wedding day while sustaining and enriching their relationships. Mindfully Ever After is about inviting mindfulness and awareness in the world of weddings.
We can all say that being a female entrepreneur today is in good timing. Every spring for our women’s issue we take time to celebrate and get to know the women that are making a positive impact on our cityscape and continue to evolve the footprint of our thriving city. Whether you are an … Continued
RISE Collaborative Workspace makes its Colorado debut with more on the Horizon RISE Collaborative Workspace, the established brand known for creating a community for professional women, will soon call the prestigious Hilltop neighborhood near Cherry Creek its second home. Denver is quickly becoming the hub for some of the nation’s most prominent female-focused businesses. Founder Stacy … Continued
In early April, RISE Collaborative celebrated their soft opening by hosting a VIP Unveiling Party. An evening of celebration with close to 100 impressive community members in attendance. Photographer: From the Hip Photo
Boundary-pushing Chef Linda Hampsten Fox made a big impact on the Denver dining scene with the opening of her bright, spacious LoHi restaurant The Bindery in late 2017. But even though her name is relatively new to us diners, Colorado isn’t new to her. Linda attended the University of Colorado at Boulder and always knew she’d return—she just needed to cook…