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Active Web and Video has been helping Colorado businesses establish their online and offline presence with affordable content creation for over twenty years.

We help small business start-ups with affordable packages and have many years of experience working with associations and non-profit organizations. We have built custom software for the music, retail, car and food industries.

In 2002, AWS received the City of Arvada's "Outstanding Business Award"

Active Web Solutions of Colorado was FIRST:

AWS was the FIRST viable ecommerce client of Colorado Supernet in 1995, we were the FIRST to use their digital certificate for encrypted secure transactions.

We were the FIRST to introduce the internet to the Colorado Governor's office in 1995, when we were invited to meet the lieutenant governor to explain this new, "World Wide Web".

Active Web Solutions was FIRST:

We created the FIRST ecommerce entity (Gourment Gift Net) on the Microsoft Network in 1994, selling over 400 gourmet and table top items from 30 of the top manufacturers across the US.

As GGN, we were the FIRST online sponsor of Special Olympics, a distinction we are very proud of!

In 2000, AWS was featured as one of 25 top technology companies in the Denver Metro Millennium Book and Heritage Technology Report.

Community Service

Vanderhoof Elementary: One of our most exciting projects was teaching an "Internet Class" to our next generation of web developers! 1997-1999

HOTA - Historic Olde Town Arvada - Renaissance Member.

SBDC - Small Business Development Center - AWS worked to with Jefferson County to provide businesses with a variety of Internet services.

In May of 1997, Active Web Solution's "Gourmet Gift Net" is touted in "Potentials in Marketing" magazine, as "the FIRST online digital "kiosk" to drive Website performance"."

GGN's award-winning site was profiled by the Rocky Mountain News in 1995.