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    1. Senator hopes to boost Colorado trade with Cuba | GJSentinel.com

      Senator hopes to boost Colorado trade with Cuba | GJSentinel.com

      U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet, D-Colo., wants to link as many Colorado farmers and ranchers with Cuba as possible. As part of an effort to help open up markets in that Caribbean nation, and help boost Colorado’s agriculture exports, the senator has partnered with a group called Engage Cuba, a Washington, D.C.-based coalition of private companies and organizations that is working to lift travel and trade embargoes on the island nation.

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    2. We need more of what commissioners just did

      We need more of what commissioners just did

      Mesa County commissioners took two actions this week worthy of a pat on the back: They supported a plan to develop the Monument Road corridor and they agreed to sell county-owned property downtown that should help bring high-tech jobs to Grand Junction. The commission’s decisions square nicely with a burgeoning vision for community development, which has gained momentum since the city’s North Star Destination Strategies report assessed our competitiveness in the economic development arena.

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    3. Strategies for success: Longtime businessman shares tips at Entrepreneurship Day

      Strategies for success: Longtime businessman shares tips at Entrepreneurship Day

      A self-described “contrarian and disrupter” who bought and sold hundreds of companies during a 50-year career in business told a standing-room-only crowd at Colorado Mesa University on Wednesday that buying established companies, and discovering and investing in trends, were some of his keys to success.

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    4. Tips given for advanced industries grants

      Tips given for advanced industries grants

      Several people from advanced manufacturing businesses, together with leaders of all three of Grand Junction’s economic development partners, tried to get a leg up on the competition Monday by learning the best strategies to secure millions of dollars in grant money through the Colorado Office of Economic Development and Trade.

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    5. State officials will promote industry funds

      State officials will promote industry funds

      Amid all the recent talk of a slumping local economy, and calls for Colorado to diversify the kinds of industries it has driving the state’s economy, state economic development officials are headed to town next week on a tour touting grant funding that’s available for high-tech and advanced businesses.

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