Littleton has always been a great place and we want it to stay that way!
Envision Littleton, with your help, will imagine the future of the city over the next 10-20 years. By planning for our future we can anticipate our needs, be proactive, reduce any risks, and seize the opportunities that match up with the unique values of everyone that lives, works, and plays here in Littleton.
We are ready to hear what you value, why you love Littleton and your ideas about the future.
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The Economic Development department values your feedback with a feature in our newsletter called ’30 Seconds: Your question of the Month’. Our objective is to engage with the business community in a fun and productive way. We ask that you provide your contact information – don’t worry, your information will not be shared. We’ll award a $100 gift card at the end of the year to the person who responded to the most questions. If there’s a tie for most responses, we’ll draw a name to determine the winner.
This months question: What is your favorite summer event or festival in the city of Littleton? Click here to give us your answer.
Colorado Companies to Watch, the state-wide organization whose mission is recognizing entrepreneurial, Colorado-based businesses with 6 to 99 employees, celebrated its decennial class of fifty honorees with a gala at the Denver Marriott Tech Center June 22, 2018. Among the 2018 winning companies was Littleton’s Crazy Scrubs, Inc., located at 151 West Mineral Avenue in the Safeway shopping center. Opening their doors in 1994, owners Scott and Sandi Richter re-imagined previously staid blue, green and brown hospital scrubs as cheerfully colorful garments made from wildly patterned fabrics. First selling to Littleton doctors and nurses, Crazy Scrubs caught on quickly as medical personnel saw the positive effect happy patterns had on anxious patients. Now boasting a network of thousands of wholesale accounts worldwide, the company gives back by supporting more than 100 medical missions around the globe. A visit to the Crazy Scrubs corporate office shows photos of clinicians wearing the scrubs in Tanzania, Kenya, Haiti, the Philippines, Mexico, China, Cambodia and India. American surgeons working globally say Crazy Scrubs help bridge the language barrier. Two years ago the company began Ripcord Brands, a new division which is Amazon’s leading seller of medical apparel and one of the online behemoth’s highest-rated and fastest growing companies. Congratulations to Crazy Scrubs!
From time to time, we share some of our favorite business-oriented podcasts. If you’re short on time, the $100 MBA Show features ten minute episodes with straight-to-the-point, easy to implement actions. Host Omar Zenhom, a Wharton business school dropout frustrated with the expense and inefficiencies of formal business education, creates podcasts which one listener describes as ‘astronaut food – small, lightweight, easy to consume and packed with nutrition’. A sampling of episodes: