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Summit County Business Briefs: New brunch spot opens in Dillon

White Boots, a new breakfast and lunch restaurant, opened recently in Dillon.

New restaurant opens in Dillon

White Boots, a new breakfast and lunch spot, recently opened in Dillon on 119 LaBonte Street. The restaurant, owned by Alma Perez, serves traditional brunch offerings as well as Mexican food. She also owns Dos Chiles, the carniceria in the same building. Hours are 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., serving breakfast and lunch all day.

Colorado Tech Tour comes to Summit

The Colorado Technology Association will make a stop in Frisco on Aug. 2 as part of the Colorado Tech Tour. The Colorado Technology Association is hosting the tour in five different regions throughout the week to showcase work from across the state. Members of the Colorado Technology Association, Office of Economic Development and Colorado Innovation Network tour Evo3 Workspace at 620 E. Main St. in Frisco from 9:30 a.m. to 11;:0 p.m. Later in the afternoon, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., they will attend Elevate Frisco on 711 Granite St.

SBDC helped start seven businesses last year

The Northwest Colorado Small Business Development Center assisted 135 clients, resulting in seven new businesses and 41 new jobs in Summit County from January 2015 through July 9, 2016. The sessions also resulted in $1.898 million in total capital and sales increases of $70,500. To request a consultation, visit http://www.northwestsbdc.org.

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Develop your business model

The Northwest Colorado Small Business Development Center is hosting a seminar on developing business on Aug. 3, at 8:30 a.m., at their office in Dillon. Participants will learn how to use the Business Model Canvas tool to create strategies for their businesses. This workshop will cover the building blocks used in the Canvas and allow business owners, senior management and key employees to view and innovate their businesses. Registration is $25, available at http://www.northwestsbdc.org.

— Compiled by Elise Reuter

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