Area Business News – Loveland Reporter-Herald

Loveland area business news includes a new coffee app, patents and more.

Briefs

  • In honor of Earth Day, Thursday through Sunday, Outpost Sunsport will donate 10% of all Adirondack chair purchases to the Bird Conservancy of the Rockies.
  • Ziggi’s Coffee has launched a new mobile app which the company says is designed to give customers an improved experience every time they order. The application is accessible via the iOS App Store or Google Play. Once registered, users will receive 25 bonus points after their first purchase using the app. They can also order, prepay, and schedule pickup at their nearest location. Website: ziggiscoffee.com/rewards.
  • The Mina Company, a northern Colorado-based marketing agency, has launched a new sister agency, Mina Homes, which will provide comprehensive marketing services to businesses in home-related industries nationwide, as well as services of integrated interior design and staging for the Northern Colorado region. Website: mina-homes.com.
  • Aims Community College was recently recognized for two workplace accolades. Energage LLC named Aims a 2022 Top Workplaces USA winner, and Health Links™ named Aims a Certified Leader in Healthy Workplaces. Both are national level honors based on responses to an employee survey.
  • Extrude to Fill of Loveland has been granted a patent (no. 11,292,178, originally filed October 6, 2017) developed by Richard Fitzpatrick of Loveland, for an “Enclosed Nozzle for Injection Molding System”.
  • Woodward of Fort Collins was granted a patent (#11,293,382, originally filed January 7, 2021) developed by Daniel B. Mastbergen of Loveland for “passive pumping for exhaust gas recirculation”.
  • Breezy Wind Turbines of Estes Park has been granted a patent (#11,293,410, originally filed July 28, 2021) developed by H. Prince Beall of Estes Park, for a “direct drive wind turbine”.
  • Roccor of Longmont has been awarded a patent (#11,292,616, originally filed April 5, 2020) developed by seven co-inventors for “precision deployment devices, systems and methods”. Co-inventors include Philip Keller of Burgdorf as well as William Brad Hensley, Longmont; William H. Francis, Lyons; Bruce L. Davis, Boulder; Kellie A. Craven, Lyons; Thomas J. Rose, Erie; and Mark S. Lake, Erie.

People

  • The Rocky Mountain Orthopedic and Spine Center has added Dr. Matthew A. Javernick to its team as a sports medicine orthopedic specialist. He has 20 years of experience. His specialties include shoulder disorders, sports medicine, total joint surgery and trauma. It will serve patients at their campuses in Fort Collins, Loveland, Greeley, Longmont, Lafayette and Westminster.

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