1. Connect. Lead. Engage. Meet the LBP Volunteer Board: Diana Precht

    The Loveland Business Partnership (LBP) continues a tradition of community support by business leaders since the 1950s. LBP works with Loveland’s city leaders, educators, and businesses to create, fund, and lead initiatives that help Loveland continue to thrive. LBP Board Member, Diana Precht, talks about why she became involved with LBP, what she loves most about Loveland, and where she sees ou…Read More

  2. Why Today’s Travelers Need More Protection

    Adventure vacations may offer the experience of a lifetime, but they also require proper planning to avoid disaster Financially comfortable individuals today are spending their leisure time and money differently than previous generations—it seems the extravagant vacations of the past have lost their mass appeal. More and more, high net worth individuals and families are being drawn toward enrich…Read More

  3. Connect. Lead. Engage. Meet the LBP Volunteer Board: Doug Rutledge

    The Loveland Business Partnership (LBP) continues a tradition of community support by business leaders since the 1950s. LBP works with Loveland’s city leaders, educators, and businesses to create, fund, and lead initiatives that help Loveland continue to thrive. LBP’s Chairman of the Board, Doug Rutledge, talks about the purpose of the organization, his involvement in the community, and why he…Read More

  4. Career and Technical Education Matters for Loveland

    Loveland Business Partnership honored as Thompson School District’s First Career and Technical Education Organization of the Year On April 30, the Loveland Business Partnership ( LBP) was honored as part of the 1st Annual Thompson School District (TSD) Career Connection Reception. The LBP was recognized as the 2017-2018 Career and Technical Education Organization of the Year. The award recognize…Read More

  5. Business and Work-based Education Summit Re-Cap

    The Loveland Business Partnership and the Loveland Chamber of Commerce teamed up with Thompson School District to host the Business and Work-based Education Summit March 2 for Loveland and Berthoud business owners. This summit included a larger discussion about workforce needs and how businesses can work with the district to ensure that students graduate with necessary skills to meet local job dem…Read More

  6. Policy Will Play a Crucial Role in the Future of Loveland Economic Development

    By Leah Johnson, Loveland City Council Government policy has always had a significant influence on economic growth and new business formation. City government has the unique ability to leverage dollars to attract new businesses and create well-paying jobs in the community. There are a variety of methods for doing so—though the effectiveness of some is debated—but the reality is, every communit…Read More

  7. #LIVELOVELAND TAKES OFF

    Early this summer nearly 50 people from all sections of the Loveland community gathered to talk about what makes our town special and what the unique qualities are that set us apart. As we know in the Loveland Business Partnership, there are many factors that make Loveland a great place to live, do business and visit. However, this was an opportunity to all come together and discuss them in a broa…Read More

  8. Congratulations to Hach, a growing Loveland business

    For more than 60 years, the Loveland Business Partnership has worked alongside the business community, city leaders and educators to create, fund and lead initiatives that boost Loveland’s economic development. Earlier this week, we joined the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony and 70th Anniversary Celebration in honor of Hach’s newest manufacturing and Research & Development building. The two-story …Read More

  9. The Good and Bad in a Great Market

    By LC Real Estate Real Estate exemplifies the American dream. There are dreamers buying and selling Real Estate in Colorado every day. There is no question that Northern Colorado has been enjoying a great Real Estate market. Several years into the current Real Estate cycle Developers are still buying land, Sellers are still selling, Builders are still building and Lenders are still loaning money a…Read More

  10. Choosing Healthcare Coverage That is Right for You and Your Employees

    Evan Hyatt, Executive Director of Operations – Northern Colorado for Kaiser Permanente Now that we are in the second half of the year, many businesses are focusing on reports of their healthcare expenses from the previous year and if they need to look at the many options that are available to help reduce costs. Open enrollment is typically the last few months of the year, and selecting a plan th…Read More