Colorado small businesses choosing what they can do and doing it.
Can Do Colorado acknowledges and applauds all of the creative business people and employees who have worked tirelessly to reopen, practice guidelines to keep everyone safe, and turn can’ts into can dos!
Can Do Colorado applauds the resiliency of Colorado’s small businesses and highlights those efforts to boost consumer confidence.
Igniting the transformation of Colorado’s small business ecosystem, we bring together innovative thinkers, small business owners and entrepreneurs, and non-profit and civic partners to collaboratively tackle the biggest challenges facing small business owners. We build and test solutions that empower small businesses for economic growth through education and mentorship, technological innovation, access to capital, and investment in strategic programs creating a more resilient and inclusive economy.
Kentucky Belle Market
In 2002, Kay and Ron Fief bought Kentucky Belle Market, a one-stop shop that keeps customers in Creede, CO, and the surrounding areas well-stocked. Selection, competitive pricing, and their friendly knowledgeable staff are just some of the reasons that customers come back again and again. Check out this family-owned, hometown grocery that continues to deliver the goods.
Neuro Based Solutions
Tracie Bearden’s Neuro-based Speech Solutions based in Montrose, CO, provides her clinical expertise and experience to adults with speech challenges. Tracie takes a patient advocacy approach in working with her clients to ensure they receive optimum support and reach their goals. If you or someone you know has suffered an injury that makes speech difficult, Neuro-based Speech Solutions is available to help.
Mimosas urban eatery serves delicious breakfast and brunch dishes in a warm and welcoming atmosphere. The chefs dish up mouth-watering savory and sweet delights that keep you coming back for more.
With hot coffee, mimosa flights, and Colorado brews, how could brunch get any better? Check out their menu and book your table soon.
Atrevida Beer Co
Atrevida Beer Co, Colorado’s own women-owned craft brewery, is ready to serve you.
Jess Fierro’s Atrevida Beer Co in Colorado Springs offers quality craft beers, game nights, and Latin-infused culture everywhere you turn. Join them for the fun or take their craft brews home to enjoy. Whatever you’re pleasure, Atrevida is ready to serve you.
BuxieJo Leather Bags
Find quality leather bags and straps designed and handmade in Colorado at BuxieJo.
Denver native, Kerrin Pogozelski launched BuxieJo’s handcrafted leather bags and straps from her home-based studio in November 2013 and later expanded operations to meet growing demand.
Dazzle at Baur’s Jazz Club
For years, Rossa’s Dazzle at Baur’s nightclub and restaurant offered live concerts and great food that packed in the crowds. In 2020, the venue began offering virtual concerts and opened a food pantry inside its doors. The food pantry, Bread & Jam, provides food for the musicians and their families. Volunteers and staff maintain the pantry as a way to take the pressure off the musicians and displaced employees.
Create Cooking School
Culinary fun awaits you at Create Cooking School, offering take-home cooking kits and virtual cooking experiences with professional chefs. Make delicious meals in the safety of your home.
Nekadam Skin Esthetics
From facials to peels and more, Nekadam works magic on your skin, smoothing away tension, and reducing stress. Enjoy in-office treatments and take-home products to maintain your healthy glow.
Stress relief comes in many forms. Colorado-based Marisol Solarte-Erlacher & Associates provides safe, online, therapy sessions and support to help Colorado adults and adolescents manage their stress and remain resilient.
Bodies By Perseverance
Body By Perseverance, a gym located in Denver’s historic Five Points neighborhood, continues to welcome and support their customers’ fitness needs safely. Learn more about their gym and methods your business can adopt.
Johnny B Good’s Diner
Johnny B Good’s Diner in Steamboat knew business may suffer after both ski resorts and in-house dining were shut down in March. But in the face of COVID-19, all the new business ideas they had considered but never acted upon before suddenly made perfect sense!
Alexandria Grado walks us through her innovative idea to sell personally curated boxes to clients who want to touch up and keep their hair looking great while at home. She’s also started social media challenges to keep people engaged, and the idea is catching on in Colorado and beyond!