Monthly Archives: September, 2014

ReadyTalk Built in Brews Built in Colorado Denver Startups 23rd Studios Photography

Built in Brews | ReadyTalk

Built in Brews ReadyTalk

Built in Brews: Sky High

It’s no mistake that ReadyTalk’s offices are in the center and the focal point of Denver’s growth. But, if you’ve ever wandered past the 17-story tower, you might have missed the immaculate tech HQ that towers above. Come have a beer with the Conduits of Communication on their 6th story rooftop deck and overlook the massive expansion of the Mile High City.
Built In …

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Denver Startup Week Basecamp 23rd Studios Videography Photography

Denver Startup Week | Awesome Content

Denver Startup Week

Awesome Content you might’ve missed

House of Genius

We create collaboration. House of Genius is changing the world for the better by advancing entrepreneurship as a community endeavor rather than an individual one. Our volunteer-based community service helps entrepreneurs, innovators and changemakers engage a more diverse network to gain the fresh perspectives, creative ideas and supportive feedback that really makes a difference.

For an evening each month in cities around the …

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Women Who Startup Denver Startup Week 23rd Studios Galvanize

Women who Startup | Fueling innovation

Women Who Startup

Fueling innovation
The best thinking on diversity and fostering the shift of women in roles of leadership and starting up

Our Panel includes:

Kathleen Warner, Startup America founding team. Mentor, Advisor.
Jane Miller, Rudi’s Bakery prior CEO. Author & CEO Jane Knows.
Ingrid Alongi, QuickLeft – Co-Founder & CEO. Boulder Entrepreneur of the Year 2013.
Steve Haase, Co-Founder Think Global Institute.
Lynn Gangone, Dean of Colorado Women’s College, University of Denver
Elaine Wood, President and CEO, …

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CU NVC Mobile App Track Finals Spark Boulder 23rd Studios Photography Boulde

Should Kids learn to Code

Should Kids learn to Code

THE BIGGEST SUBJECT WE SHOULD BE TEACHING KIDS, BUT AREN’T

By Melissa Phipps

By 2020, there will be 1.4 million computer specialist job openings, according to the Department of Labor. There is much debate over whether or not everyone should learn code, but in a time when communicating with a computer seems almost more important than communicating in a second language, it makes sense that computer …

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