Biz Buzz for June 20, 2021 | Companies
The schedule is set for the third year Westhang startup week.
The regional conference runs July 12-16 and offers more than 60 face-to-face and virtual sessions. These range from workshops, presentation panels and pitches developed by local entrepreneurs for their colleagues.
The first three days will only take place virtually, while Thursday and Friday will consist of face-to-face meetings.
“The startup scene in western Colorado is growing rapidly! West Slope Startup Week brings us as a region together to support and inspire local entrepreneurs, ”said organizer Brian Watson in a press release. “The participants get to know influential locals from the fields of technology, art, the outdoor industry and more, meet and learn from them. If you are a creator or maker on the West Slope, you don’t want to miss this event. “
The kickoff event will be attended by Elizabeth MacBride and Seth Levine, authors of The New Builders: Face to Face With the True Future of Business. The book advocates and presents solutions for reshaping businesses, arguing that entrepreneurship has been in decline since the 2008 recession.
Kelly Walters, founder of clothing company Western Rise, will give the keynote.
Other notable events include a virtual career fair and the Greater Colorado Pitch Series.
A full list of events can be found at sched.com, click Find An Event and search for TechStars Startup Week.
No Power of the great valley, 845 22 Rd., Recently received three national awards for excellence in communication as part of the Spotlight on Excellence Awards 2021 program.
GVP received a Gold Award in the Best Event Category for the Glow Halloween Safety and Member Recognition Event. The GVP communications team, Christmas Wharton and Dana Pogar, offered roadside goodie bags to make it COVID-19 friendly.
“Given the uncertainty surrounding COVID-19, we knew there would be members of our community who would choose to stay indoors and those who would rather spend their celebrations outside. Our mission was to provide safe and fun activities for both, “Wharton said in a press release.
Pogar also received a Gold Award in the “Best Wild Card” category for their efforts in crisis communication during the Pine Gulch Fire and in the “Best Individual Ad” category.
No The Mesa County Workforce Center, 512 29 1/2 Rd, hosts its Summer Job Fair on Tuesday.
The fair, which takes place in the Workforce Center, runs from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. and presents 25 employers from various industries. The first 30 minutes are reserved for veterans.
The workforce center is asking you to bring your resume and dress for success.
No Julie Pomerantz has started DETERMINATION, a sports coaching service that focuses on mental strength.
Pomerantz, who was a gymnast with a bachelor’s degree in psychology and a major in exercise psychology from Princeton University, is committed to helping athletes and all clients reach their true potential.
“Clients work as a team to create a self-determined life that is open to their full potential. The team recognizes that there will be hurdles along the way and is working to build resilience in order to overcome them and be successful, ”read a press release. “The resulting tools enable each client to further jump over life’s obstacles as they arise.”
No Colorado West Pride Fest is open to tickets and is looking for sponsors and sellers.
The event runs from September 7th to 12th. To sponsor, book a stand, or buy tickets, visit coloradowestpride.org.
No Grand River financial partner, 249 Grand Ave. A, welcomes you Paige Hickman as the newest financial advisor.
Hickman is from the Grand Valley and is returning after 10 years.
“I’m very excited to be back here, I really missed the community,” she said.
No Stalker outdoors, an outdoor gear company based in Gunnison is looking for local resellers and distributors.