Archive for the ‘denver colorado business news’ Category

Shycon Design Now 6 Years In Business

Wednesday, February 25th, 2009

In March of 2003, Shycon Design was incorporated. We’ve been growing steadily ever since. This March, it will be 6 years since we’ve been in business, providing quality services like website design and CAD drafting and design.

Our first few years were spent doing freelance CAD design and drafting projects for various companies in the Colorado area. After our first 2 years, we’ve added website design, online marketing, and 3D Visualization to expand our service offerings. Our client list has grown steadily, which now includes clients from all over the United States. We try to work with local businesses in Colorado, but if you are out-of-state don’t let that stop you from filling out a free quote request! Being local allows us to offer the best level of customer service, but with today’s technology it’s easy for us to keep communication fast and open with companies anywhere in the United States.

As businesses like yours spend more resources and time online to find companies to work with, it can be hard to find a trustworthy company for your design needs. Where are they located? Why can’t I find contact information on their site? How long have they been in business? These are all standard questions you may ask yourself when looking for companies to work with.

For instance, there have been many online marketing companies that have sprouted up with the recent popularity of SEO (Search Engine Optimization). But how do you know which to choose? There is no industry qualification to be an SEO company, so all you really need to do is call yourself one. But would you trust your website in the hands of a company that has only been around for a few months? Or how do you know that company will not use “shady” techniques to bring “instant” traffic at the same time harming the long-term success of your website?

We know how hard it is to find great companies to work with. That’s why we are promoting our experience and talent as a design company that has been in business for 6 years. It may not seem like a long time, but in a digital age it’s an eternity!

So take a moment to fill out our easy quote request to see if we can help you with your design needs today!

Denver Business News Highlights – Week of Febuary 18th, 2008

Sunday, February 24th, 2008

Monday, 2/18/2008

Centennial Bank completes merger into Guaranty Bank and Trust – All 15 branches of the former Centennial Bank of the West are now operating under the Guaranty Bank and Trust Co. name, parent company Centennial Bank Holdings Inc. said Monday.

UPS targets Colorado, seven other states for faster shipping – United Parcel Service Inc. is aiming to deliver quicker ground shipments in eight states, including Colorado.

Tuesday, 2/19/2008

Denver residents more pessimistic about money – A sense of pessimism pervades the feelings of Denver residents surveyed about their financial security.

Website created for rental housing during DNC – A new website has launched to offer a conduit between people with homes to lease and people attending the Democratic National Convention who need a place to stay.

Adam Aircraft files for Chapter 7 – After failing to secure additional funding to stay in business, Adam Aircraft filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Colorado on Feb. 15, according to court documents.

Committee moves to eliminate Colorado tax for many businesses – A proposal to effectively eliminate the business personal property tax for more than 30,000 Colorado businesses was unanimously approved by the House Finance Committee on Tuesday.

Founder of Denver Bears, Broncos dies – Bob Howsam, who co-founded the Denver Broncos, died Tuesday in Arizona. He was 89.

Wednesday, 2/20/2008

Colorado foreclosures up 40 percent in 2007 – Colorado foreclosure filings jumped 40 percent in 2007 compared with 2006, according to a report released Wednesday by the Colorado Division of Housing.

Denver CPI shows year-over-year increase – The Consumer Price Index for the Denver area rose 1.9 percent during the past year, the federal Bureau of Labor Statistics said Wednesday.

Ballot initiative would hold execs accountable – A state board gave preliminary approval Wednesday to a proposed November ballot initiative that would hold top executives accountable for corporate fraud.

Coors, Wal-Mart winners in Xcel energy contest – Xcel Energy Inc. on Wednesday announced that 10 local companies won its Colorado Energy Efficiency awards and collectively saved more than 28 million kilowatt hours of electricity in the last year.

Thursday, 2/21/2008

Abengoa Solar plans world’s largest solar power plant – Abengoa Solar will build what it calls the largest solar power plant in the world, the company reported Thursday.

Xcel Energy wants wind farms – Xcel Energy Inc. on Thursday issued a request for proposals for companies to build wind farms capable of generating up to 150 megawatts of power.

Friday, 2/22/2008

Sunday liquor sales bill advances in Colorado Senate – Coloradans are another step closer to making beer, wine and whiskey runs on Sundays now that the state Senate approved a bill that removes a “blue law” that prohibits liquor sales on Sunday.

Payday lending bill gets preliminary OK in Colorado House – A bill that targets the payday lending industry got preliminary approval from the Colorado House of Representatives on Friday after an intense, mostly party-line debate.