Connecticut Success Stories 2014

 

A lthough some days it seems as though Connecticut may never fully rebound from the Great Recession, there are certainly plenty of entrepreneurs and businesses around the state that are flourishing. Hard work, inspiration and determination continue to be rewarded, be it preparing sweet treats, crafting award-winning quilts, staging an annual music festival, creating digital solutions, selling real estate or opening an adventure park in an abandoned quarry. So here are ten stories that are well worth celebrating, local enterprises that have found what can be elusive for many: Success.  
 

Fritz Knipschildt Chocolatier - Fritz Knipschildt's chocolates have come to define “sweet success.”
Gathering of the Vibes - Thousands of Deadheads—and other music fans—just keep on truckin'.
OpenSky Corp - It looks like blue skies ahead for Tolland's OpenSky Corp.
Denyse Schmidt Quilts - Denyse Schmidt has been able to patch together a quilting empire.
Carbone's - The Carbones have been feeding Hartford for the three generations—that's a lot of great pasta.
Datto Backup - Datto finds the gold lining of the data cloud.
Digital Surgeons - Clients have gone gaga over Digital Surgeons.
Proton OnSite - Proton Onsite rises to the top of the renewable-energy movement.
Brownstone Exploration & Discovery Park - The fun of turning an abandoned quarry into a thrilling attraction.
William Raveis Real Estate - William Raveis has made selling realty into a successful reality.

 

Connecticut Success Stories 2014

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