Boulder SBDC has helped businesses

Boulder SBDC has helped businesses

A Michael Conti Video Production helped produce a video for Boulder Small Business Development Center 15th Anniversary Celebration in 2009 with the following question “How does/has the Boulder SBDC helped your business?”

As most of us already know “Small business is the driver of the American Economy!”  Watch the video see how Boulder SBDC has impacted our local business community!

Here are some of the companies featured in the video:  Scott Roy – Boulder Ice Cream, Benji Reed – Goozmo,  Jessica Smith – Casttoo, LLC,  David Rubin – A Spice of Life, Kathy Rowlen – InDevR,  Omar Postigo-Martell – Well Tranlsated, LLC, Marianne and Todd Ballantine* of Ballantine Environmental Resources, Inc.

How has the Boulder SBDC helped your business? from Michael Conti on Vimeo

Boulder SBDC provides resources to help make your business successful, whether you are established, ready to grow, or just starting up.  Many local businesses and successful start-ups got their feet wet with Boulder SBDC’s numerous courses and programs, designed specifically for the small business owner, are offered every year through the SBDC.  A wide variety of topics are covered, such as learning how to successfully market and sell your product, growth in the high-tech industry, entrepreneurial training, staying on track with a growth program, writing and implementing a business plan, evaluating your business, and customer service.

Many of the small business owners in Boulder are thankful to Sharon King and the professional staff for the work they have done over the years, including yours truly.

*Marianne and Todd Ballantine also helped with the video, producing and scripting/interviewing, respectively.

Here We Grow! DVD Available at Whole Foods

herewegrowWhole Foods has just released “Here We Grow” documentary directed by Craig King is now exclusively available in our stores. In this 65-minute film, Craig, a natural foods chef and entrepreneur, explores the current state of our food supply and seeks to educate people about living healthier, more wholesome lives through socially responsible food choices. The film intends to raise national awareness through inspiring interviews and stories that capture the passion and personal investment of a diverse group of individuals. The documentary also educates everyone on the pandemic expansion of dangerous chemicals that were introduced into food seeds and crop soils at an alarming rate over the last 40 years.

Revenues from the film go toward community projects that demonstrate the actions necessary to restore America’s health. 20% of the sales go directly to our partner, Ann Cooper, and her School Lunch Revolution project.

A Michael Conti Video Production provided 5 days of filming during the production of this extra special food awareness documentary during the Spring of 2009.

Elevations TV partners with A Michael Conti Production

A Michael Conti Video Production recently completed a series of online marketing videos for Elevations Credit Union. In an active outdoor setting, members share personal challenges and how Elevations was able to provide solutions. Videos are available on Elevations Credit Union home page.

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