Denver Metro

10/15/10

Insights for Good #3

Thank you to everyone who has attended our meetups! The last one filled up so be sure to RSVP! Our third event will be Wednesday, Nov 10th. Same place (Common Grounds, Lodo), same time (6:30-8:00). This month, we’re hosting the Boys and Girls Clubs of Metro Denver. Our goal for the night will be to […]

By David KennedyRead More

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8/27/10

Our Outstanding Woman in Business

Corona Insights is thrilled to recognize Karla Raines as a Finalist for the Outstanding Women in Business 2010 with the Denver Business Journal in the Consultant Category. The judges reviewed the more than 400 pages of nomination forms for nearly 240 nominees. 35 Finalists were chosen in 11 different categories. Karla was one of only […]

By Meredith BadlerRead More

8/3/10

A lunch time treat

Downtown Denver has become a Mecca for mobile restaurants.  Think tricked-out food truck (P. 16 of ColoradoBiz magazine, 08/10 issue).   These trucks are selling everything from cupcakes to biscuits and gourmet lunches.  The cupcake truck, who was affectionately named Clementine by her Facebook group, sports a large following (including our own resident foodie, Meredith). Today […]

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7/27/10

Corona starts “Insights for Good”

In our continued effort to give back to the Denver community, Corona Insights is excited to announce a new event, Insights for Good. There is a lot of marketing talent in Denver – and there are a lot of great nonprofits that need great marketing talent. However, getting the two together isn’t always easy. So what […]

By David KennedyRead More

12/5/08

Just released – “Generous Colorado: Why Donors Give”

Corona is pleased to share some recent research conducted on behalf of the Colorado Nonprofit Association. Corona has been a long time partner with the Colorado Nonprofit Association and yesterday morning marked the official release of two reports on individual giving in Colorado (Corona researched and assisted with writing the report, “Generous Colorado: Why Donors […]

By David KennedyRead More

10/6/08

Professional survey respondents

We get a lot of inquiries about how to join our panel or participate in our focus groups, and consequently we spend a lot of time explaining that we don’t maintain this kind of recruiting list for participants.  (We custom recruit for almost all our groups.  We’ll explain why below.)  Some questions come from people […]

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9/13/08

Corona provides data for Eco Pass issue

For those of you in our area – and especially if you commute using RTD’s Eco Pass – you may have heard about RTD’s proposed plan to eliminate the pass for small businesses. (As background for those of you not acquainted with Denver Transit, RTD is the local transit authority and the Eco Pass is a pass […]

By David KennedyRead More

8/29/08

Our observations on the DNC

Our offices are located just a stone’s throw from the convention center here in Denver (not that we’ll be throwing any stones due to security), and as such, we were right in the middle of it all.  So we thought we would share our own [fun] observations.  (We’ll leave the political commentary for everyone else.) […]

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8/12/08

Corona presents “Do it yourself surveys”

Our CEO, Kevin Raines has been chosen to present on the topic of Do It Yourself Survey Results for the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce and the Denver Metro Small Business Development Center at the Business Excellence Forum. His presentation will explore: The advantages and disadvantages of survey research; The pros and cons of different […]

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5/19/08

Denver Performing Arts Survey Results

The survey we recently completed for the Denver Office of Cultural Affairs has received two nice write ups in the local press after a great public presentation of the results by DOCA director Dr. Erin Trapp. This extensive survey of Denver residents consisted of 814 interviews with residents, including 205 with self-identified African Americans and […]

By Geoff UrlandRead More