Southwest Colorado Accelerator Program boosts 5 regional firms

Southwest Colorado Accelerator Program boosts 5 regional firms

Charlie Shew, owner of Rendezvous Doughnuts, helps customers at his Durango doughnut shop at 139 E. Fifth St. Shew’s firm has been accepted into the Southwest Colorado Accelerator Program for Entrepreneurs, and Shew is looking to take Rendezvous nationwide via franchises.
Blue Water owner Brian Slaughter said he and his partner, Courtney Gates, had discussions about ways to replace old tires and other repurposed material currently used as dock bumpers and boat fenders in the marine industry. Those talks led the pair to form their firm, which seeks to use better materials and better designs to replace what currently passes as dock bumpers and boat fenders at docks. With assistance from the Southwest Colorado Accelerator Program for Entrepreneurs, Blue Water is looking to boost its expertise in manufacturing, distribution and to refine its product.
Online Web Services owner Randy Feuilly said his daughter, Clarisa, asked him to develop software to help the victim advocate program in Cortez track its cases. The software is now used by 800 different users across the country. Feuilly is looking for assistance from the Southwest Colorado Accelerator Program for Entrepreneurs to take his firm “to the next level.”
This early prototype developed by Blue Water aims to replace old tires now used as dock bumpers and boat fenders at lakes across the country.
Rendezvous Doughnuts is looking to expand into franchises across the nation.
The Southwest Colorado Accelerator Program for Entrepreneurs holds a showcase every year once the firms it is mentoring have completed a six-month, 80-session curriculum aimed to expand their businesses beyond Southwest Colorado.

Southwest Colorado Accelerator Program boosts 5 regional firms

Charlie Shew, owner of Rendezvous Doughnuts, helps customers at his Durango doughnut shop at 139 E. Fifth St. Shew’s firm has been accepted into the Southwest Colorado Accelerator Program for Entrepreneurs, and Shew is looking to take Rendezvous nationwide via franchises.
Blue Water owner Brian Slaughter said he and his partner, Courtney Gates, had discussions about ways to replace old tires and other repurposed material currently used as dock bumpers and boat fenders in the marine industry. Those talks led the pair to form their firm, which seeks to use better materials and better designs to replace what currently passes as dock bumpers and boat fenders at docks. With assistance from the Southwest Colorado Accelerator Program for Entrepreneurs, Blue Water is looking to boost its expertise in manufacturing, distribution and to refine its product.
Online Web Services owner Randy Feuilly said his daughter, Clarisa, asked him to develop software to help the victim advocate program in Cortez track its cases. The software is now used by 800 different users across the country. Feuilly is looking for assistance from the Southwest Colorado Accelerator Program for Entrepreneurs to take his firm “to the next level.”
This early prototype developed by Blue Water aims to replace old tires now used as dock bumpers and boat fenders at lakes across the country.
Rendezvous Doughnuts is looking to expand into franchises across the nation.
The Southwest Colorado Accelerator Program for Entrepreneurs holds a showcase every year once the firms it is mentoring have completed a six-month, 80-session curriculum aimed to expand their businesses beyond Southwest Colorado.
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