Alpen High Performance Products Named one of 2015 Colorado Companies to Watch Winner
Niwot, CO – Alpen High Performance Products announced today that it has been named a Colorado Company to Watch, acknowledging the drive, excellence and influence of Alpen High Performance Products as a thriving and growing company in the state. Colorado Companies to Watch honors second stage companies that develop valuable products and services, create quality jobs, enrich communities, and create new industries throughout Colorado.
“We are honored to be included in this year’s talent-laden class of companies chosen for this award. It is a testament to the hard work by all of our employees in helping to establish Alpen High Performance Products as a leading manufacturer and innovator of energy efficient, super insulating windows, doors and glass. I couldn’t be more proud of our hard working team,” said Alpen’s President, Brad Begin.
“We are pleased to recognize Alpen High Performance Products for their outstanding contribution in fueling the economic fire of Colorado. Thank you Alpen High Performance Products,” says David Tolson, Colorado Companies to Watch Board Chairman.
Colorado Companies to Watch works to recognize the driving economic forces in the state by focusing not merely on growth, but on the true impact and influence of an organization. By focusing on second stage companies across the state, the program offers distinct insight into the state’s economic landscape and recognizes organizations often overlooked for the critical impact they have in their industries, communities and regions, as well as our state as a whole.
About Colorado Companies to Watch
Colorado Companies to Watch (www.ColoradoCompaniestoWatch.org) is a unique statewide awards program recognizing growing companies that fuel the economic fire of the state. Colorado Companies to Watch honors 2nd stage companies that develop valuable products and services, create quality jobs, enrich communities and launch new industries throughout Colorado. The Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade launched the program in 2009 in conjunction with the Edward Lowe Foundation and valuable community partners from across Colorado.