1. Erik Mitisek, CEO of Colorado Technology Association

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    2. Denver Startup Week: The Importance Celebration!

      Denver Startup Week: The Importance Celebration!
      With the start of September, comes the anticipation of the 3rdAnnual Denver Startup Week.Hard to believe the event is already in its third year as the community has built this into the largest free entrepreneurial event in the United States! With the start of the week, it is important to focus on Celebration. The tagline for the week is a celebration of everything entrepreneurial in Denver, and the week ...
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    3. Denver Startup Week: The Intersection of Community and Entrepreneurial Spirit

      Denver Startup Week: The Intersection of Community and Entrepreneurial Spirit
      Three years ago a group of entrepreneurs, business owners, city leaders and volunteers led by Ben Deda, Tami Door, and Erik Mitisek got together with the seed of a simple idea: shine a spotlight on the Denver tech community. This simple thought has ...
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    4. The Ultimate 'pairing'

      The Ultimate 'pairing'
      Colorado Technology Association to host 10th Annual Wine Tasting 1594_ 8/4/14 - The Colorado Technology Association (CTA) will host its 10th Annual Wine Tasting event on Thursday, August 7th from 5:30-8:30pm in the gardens of the Governors Residence. The 400+ soiree attendees will enjoy wine varietals and small bites from local Colorado wineries and standout restaurants, all while mingling with some of the best technology industry leaders ...
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  1. About Erik Mitisek, CEO of Colorado Technology Association

    Erik Mitisek is the CEO of the Colorado Technology Association. CTA leads the network of companies and professionals fueling Colorado's economy, through technology. Erik is a Colorado business builder with 13 years of early-stage high-growth experience in online software, luxury and real estate companies. Prior to CTA, he co-founded Next Great Place, which is working to reinvent vacation planning online. The company is located in the heart of Denver and is venture backed by Trinity Ventures.

    Prior to Next Great Place, Erik was the CEO of online software company Claremont Information Systems where he led firm-wide business development and strategic relationships for Exclusive Resorts (a Revolution Company) and helped build XACT Radio, a world-class personalized music software company (like Pandora) during the 2000s. Erik has been involved in and building the Denver startup community since 1999. Erik is on the Advisory Board for the Bard Center for Entrepreneurship, is an Advisor for Startup Colorado and mentor for the Founders Institute. Erik is the co-chair of Denver Startup Week, which was launched as a new Denver event in 2012. Erik graduated with a BSBA in finance and marketing from the University of Denver.



    1. CTA's Wine Tasting offers a platform for the broad technology community to congregate, share ideas and gain new insights. Networking is a catalyst for success.
      In The Ultimate 'pairing'
    2. ViaWest's new Denver data center opening is emblematic of the strong technology growth we are seeing throughout the region.
      In ViaWest opens Compark, its fifth Denver area data center, in Denver Technology Center
    3. Colorado has become a hub for technology, and the APEX Awards are the annual opportunity to showcase the many accomplishments of individuals and organizations that contribute to the success of our industry.
      In APEX Awards nominations now open for 14th annual event on Nov. 5 in Denver
    4. This deepens our roots as an entrepreneurial hub and hot spot.
      In One of the nation’s five patent offices opens in Denver this month
    5. Those that had true businesses ended up winning the competition.
      In State competition puts Colorado Springs team on the road to entrepreneurship
    6. The Colorado technology economy was fueled by the cable industry in the '80s and '90s.
      In What Layer3 TV hopes to offer and why it's relocating HQ to Denver
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