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    1. Startup Grind Denver Hosts Startup GRIND Denver Summer Party (Past Speakers)

      Startup Grind Denver Hosts Startup GRIND Denver Summer Party (Past Speakers)

      Join us June 11 at 6:00 at Galvanize to celebrate SUMMER! We will be showing past speakers interviews and discussing future events as well as connecting with other GRINDERS. Come and have a good time. Anthony is a dynamic and results-focused leader with over 20 years of progressive experience in building communities, teams, revenues, profits, and business growth. He enjoys working with people that are passionate, empathetic, smart and innovative.

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    2. Colorado First and Existing Industry Grant Open House

      Colorado First and Existing Industry Grant Open House

      Arapahoe Community College’s Workforce Training Program will hold its annual open house for the Colorado First and Existing Industry Training Grant Program on Thursday, June 4, from 5:30 - 7:00 p.m. in the Colorado Gallery of the Arts at ACC. The Colorado First and Existing Industry Training Grant Program provides grant monies to local businesses. Colorado companies that meet certain baseline criteria are eligible to apply for two types of grants, "Colorado First" and "Existing Industry".

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    3. Fort Collins Startup Week’s second day highlights issues important to region's entrepreneurs

      Fort Collins Startup Week’s second day highlights issues important to region's entrepreneurs

      FORT COLLINS -- Fort Collins Startup Week launched into its second day of activities Wednesday with a special edition of 1 Million Cups, a business pitch practice session now in its second year in the city. Sponsored by the Kansas City-based Kauffman Foundation, 1 Million Cups gives incipient startup entrepreneurs a chance to polish their business model presentation before others also just beginning their startup path.

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    4. Start the Next IoT Company, Get Lots of Help.

      Start the Next IoT Company, Get Lots of Help.

      On Friday May 29 , entrepreneurs will gather at Galvanize’s new Platte location for a special Startup Weekend event focused on creating the next generation of Internet of Things companies. In just 54 hours, teams will form, ideas will be discussed, prototypes will be built, markets will be analyzed, and companies will be pitched. Startup Weekend is one of the largest communities of passionate entrepreneurs, hosting over 1800 past events in 120 countries around the world.

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    5. Entrepreneurs: Failure will happen but try to learn from it and keep moving

      Entrepreneurs: Failure will happen but try to learn from it and keep moving

      FORT COLLINS -- Successful entrepreneurs are not immune to failure but find the motivation to go on and succeed because they can’t let others or themselves down. That was the message of a panel discussion on “Real Failures, Real Lessons Learned from Really Successful Entrepreneurs” on Tuesday during Fort Collins Startup Week 2015. Chris Snook, co-founder of FCSW and Fort Collins-based Launch Haus, said failure is a hard pill to swallow.

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    6. Five Colorado Springs companies honored for technology work

      A company that uses sophisticated equipment to create molds for manufacturers and another firm whose expertise in data and engineering has been used by the Department of Defense were among several local businesses honored Friday during the annual Celebrate Technology awards ceremony in Colorado Springs. High Performance Engineering won the emerging venture award for using computer-aided design and manufacturing equipment to design and produce plastic molds for manufacturers.

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    7. Startup Weekend | Internet of Things

      Startup Weekend | Internet of Things

      Launch an Internet of Things (IoT) Startup in a Weekend On May 29th, hardware and software will collide at Galvanize’s brand-new location for a special Startup Weekend - focused exclusively on launching the next generation of IoT companies. The winning team gets to stick around Galvanize after the weekend ends, each member will be awarded with a 1-month membership at Galvanize - Platte.

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    8. Commons on Champa

      Commons on Champa

      GRAND OPENING CELEBRATION WEDNESDAY, MAY 13 The Commons on Champa is set to open! Join us for a festive ribbon cutting with Mayor Michael B. Hancock and Denver’s partners in innovation and entrepreneurship. Be the first on the scene and discover what The Commons has to offer, bringing startups, students, thought leaders and mavericks together in one unique and inspiring location in Downtown Denver.

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    9. Boulder Rolls Out Welcome Mat as Startup Week Returns

      Boulder Rolls Out Welcome Mat as Startup Week Returns

      Michael Davidson

      Next week sees the return of Boulder Startup Week, bringing with it dozens of panels, hundreds of entrepreneurs, developers, and job seekers—and a seemingly endless supply of craft beer and free t-shirts.

      The event always has had a healthy dose of panels with a “news you can use” focus, as well as parties and other fun events in the evening. That’s true this year, with dozens of events on tap. Check out the schedule for more. Here are a few events that might be worth a look:

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    10. Valid Eval, Kauffman Foundation partner to find why startups are successful

      Valid Eval, Kauffman Foundation partner to find why startups are successful

      Denver-based Valid Eval partnered with the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation to research exactly how startups and small businesses achieve success.

      The organizations announced that they will look into Valid Eval's information on more than 2,000 companies across the U.S. "The principal question is: Is it possible at scale to pinpoint where entrepreneurs are on their developmental trajectory? And to do so on an an evidentiary basis," explains Valid Eval CEO and Co-Founder Adam Rentschler.

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    11. Special Report: Denver metro's top C-level executives honored

      Special Report: Denver metro's top C-level executives honored

      Read about the winners and finalists of the Denver Business Journal's 2015 C-Suite Awards which were presented April 23.

      Click on the headlines below.

      DBJ's 2015 C-Suite Awards winners honored (Slideshow)

      The Process: How the honorees were selected (Subscribers only)

      CFO MikePritchard blends finance and fundraising (Subscribers only)

      John Brammeier’s creating new models of care giving (Subscribers only)

      Dan Patten aids growth with analytical problem solving (Subscribers only)

      Albert Kendrick…

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    12. DBJ's 2015 C-Suite Awards winners honored (Slideshow)

      DBJ's 2015 C-Suite Awards winners honored (Slideshow)

      The Denver Business Journal named the winners of the 2015 C-Suite Awards today during a lunch event at the Grand Hyatt Hotel downtown.

      The C-Suite Awards recognize C-level execs — chief operating officer, chief legal counsel, chief financial officer, chief marketing officer and chief information officer — or individuals operating in that capacity with a different title.

       

      To see the list of winners and finalists , click on the photo above.

       

      Nominations were submitted online and then a panel…

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    13. International Space Symposium delegates tour of Colorado aerospace sector

      International Space Symposium delegates tour of Colorado aerospace sector

      COLORADO SPRINGS — Oakman Aerospace president Stan Kennedy likely didn't expect his small company would get a personal audience with the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) and the German Aerospace Center (DLR) in the same week, on his home turf.

      But that's exactly what happened when delegations from each agency, along with several aerospace companies from each country, took tours of Oakman's Littleton headquarters last week.

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