Posts in the Category: Featured
How Conspire used Olark after a big TechCrunch article
Conspire used Olark to answer questions during a 100x traffic spike, and continues to use live chat to keep its massive (and growing) database up-to-date.
Conspire is an intelligent networking platform – an “introductions platform” – that builds a social network for each of its users. When a user signs up, Conspire pulls down email information for that account and adds it …Read More »
How a Big Agency ask like a Startup
Neil Riddell from CP&B talk at Startup Phenomenon how his division inside CP&B acts like a Startup. This is something I have seen a lot of recently, larger less agile companies are starting to fund smaller ventures within their companies to fend off the chance of missing out or being swept under the carpet by more agile startups in the same industry. Similar …Read More »
We are growing this community, first, in support of the brand-spanking new Boulder Mini Maker Faire, coming to the Boulder Fairgrounds January 31 and Feb 1, 2015. Then we hope to continue this community beyond the boundaries of the event!
Our mission is connecting Makers, Entrepreneurs and Educators. Together with the Colorado community, we’ll create a symphony of STEM activity that involves lots of hands-on learning, gears grinding, hackers iterating …Read More »
Ski Car Pool Colorado Ski Ride Sharing
Why use SkiCarpool?
Save money by the carload on crazy gas prices, have fun meeting new people, be green by reducing your environmental impact, decrease wear on your vehicle and
save time by reducing traffic.
Heading to the Mountains can be expensive, between ski passes, food, rentals(if you need them) but mostly because of gas, time and traveling with an empty car. Ski Car Pool gives you …Read More »
Struggling With Video Marketing? Try These Tips!
If you want to promote your products and services, you can’t beat Video marketing. The key to success with video marketing is proper research. Thankfully, this article will help you get started.
Don’t forget optimization. Whenever you upload videos to different sites, create unique titles and descriptions for each. It is important to include specialized keywords, as well. Contact information is a must, too.
A …Read More »
At some point, professionals in all industries encounter people or organizations that need their professional assistance but cannot afford the necessary services.
I’ve seen my share of these kinds of encounters; having made “Design for Good” initiatives a priority at my design firm over the last 10 years, it is not uncommon for us to receive two to three requests a month from nonprofits or a good causes, asking for our …Read More »
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.
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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 …Read More »
Women Who Startup
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, …
Should Kids learn to Code
THE BIGGEST SUBJECT WE SHOULD BE TEACHING KIDS, BUT AREN’T
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 …Read More »