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Utilizing the Brighton Investment Program, Dr. Albert Eng, owner of Eng Orthodontics in Brighton, purchased a truly innovative new technology. The machine that Dr. Eng purchased allows the folks in his office to take images of patient's teeth and bite without having to create stone molds. The technology cuts down on patient visits and makes his office run more smoothly. Is there an upgrade that could improve your business or help your office run more smoothly? We want to help
Steven Madera, owner of Colorado Prestige Insurance utilized the workforce development side of the Brighton Investment Program to send Chet Lindemann, an employee of the company to a continuing education class. When asked about the importance of investing in employees, Chet said, "A lot of times when an employer hires you, they just hire you. But for the employer to invest in the employees for not only the future of the company but for my future says that they're committed t
Andrea Miller, co-owner of Big Choice Brewery, and recipient of the Brighton Investment Program grant explains how the grant money helped them purchase a pizza oven and expand their business in a really exciting way. Have a great idea for your business and looking for grant funding to help you out? Start your application today.
A great way to do something for your company that helps your business and your employees - Greg Wilcoxon, co-owner of Quality Utility Equipment Supply & Tool, and a recipient of the Brighton Investment Program funding, talks about the ease of applying for the BIP and how it improved his business. Start your applications today
Take a look as Jeanette Hrubes, CEO of Peak Form Medical Clinic, shows us around the newly paved parking lot at her business that she was able to fix with matching grant funds from the Brighton Investment Program. Are there capital improvements that need to be made at your business? See if you qualify and download the application today: http://bit.ly/2nkRYEs
The Brighton Economic Development Corporation (BEDC) in partnership with the Brighton Urban Renewable Authority (BURA) and the City of Brighton is pleased to launch the Brighton Investment Program (BIP) for the second year. This program is designed to help Brighton companies improve and enhance the work they do and the space they do it in. Applications are now available to Brighton businesses.