Briefcase November 30, 2012
The Fort Collins Area Chamber of Commerce culminated its two-and-a-half-month Moving Fort Collins Forward campaign to expand its programs for the community and chamber members on Nov. 15. The campaign raised $357,412 dollars, about $25,000 more than the chamber’s goal. Money raised in the campaign will specifically fund programs for small businesses, job creation and public policy.
Logimesh Technologies, a Fort Collins-based company focused on developing an intelligent wireless sensor system for the oil and gas industry, was awarded the Best Technology Development of Energy Harvesting award at the IDTechEx conference in Washington, D.C., in November. The IDTechEx conference is the world’s largest conference covering developments in energy harvesting, a process of capturing and storing energy to operate autonomous devices.
The Northern Colorado chapter of American Society of Women Accountants received two national awards at the annual conference in October. The chapter received the Chapter Achievement Award for the success of its student ambassador program, and the award for chapter growth after increasing membership by 91 percent since last year – the highest growth
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