Four businesses located in the Colorado Springs area are among the 2018 Colorado Companies to Watch finalists.
Colorado Companies to Watch, or CCTW, honors 50 high-performing second-stage companies from across the state for their success in the marketplace, innovative products, unique processes, and philanthropic actions. Second-stage companies include ones that have moved past the startup stage and into a period of growth.
The companies hailing from the Pikes Peak region include:
- Amnet: Located in Colorado Springs and a Chamber & EDC member, Amnet provides IT services and computer support for businesses.
- ATLAS CPA’s & Advisors PLLC: With locations in Colorado Springs and Arizona, ATLAS offers entrepreneurial businesses personalized tax, accounting and consulting services.
- Paul Sutton’s Peak Structural: Peak Structural is located in Palmer Lake and provides foundation structural repair, and crawl space and basement waterproofing services.
- Titan Robotics: Also a Chamber & EDC member, Colorado Springs-based Titan Robotics specializes in manufacturing unique products on a large scale by designing and building industrial 3D printing systems.
According to a CCTW press release, “the 2018 finalists were selected because they significantly impact the state’s economy by collectively providing thousands of jobs and contributing millions of dollars in revenue while representing Colorado’s diverse economic landscape.”
CCTW receives more than 1,000 nominations each year, and 100 of those are chosen as finalists. Fifty companies are ultimately selected as winners and announced at CCTW’s annual Gala Awards Dinner, held this year on Friday, June 22 in Denver. Registration for the event is open now at ColoradoCompaniestoWatch.org.