|Sent on:||Thursday, October 13, 2011 10:29 PM|
How can you help make the Boulder tech scene even better, by trying the products presented and then sending direct feedback to the presenters. If each New Tech member reviewed and sent comments to just one of the presenting companies that would be 6,897 emails/tweets/facebook posts. We could start our own techcunched effect for local companies. (For those not familiar with being techcrunched, its when so many people at one time try a new service that the services crash and burn under load.)
Thanks for helping make Boulder an amazing place to start a company.
Stack McKinney Law Group: (http://stackmckinney.com/)
Stack McKinney Law Group is a Boulder, Colorado-based business and transactional law firm with a focus on representing technology companies throughout their life cycles, from formation and start-up to mature operating companies. SMLG's lawyers have practiced at large, national law firms, but now offer sophisticated and personalized legal services without big firm rates. SMLG prides itself on providing pragmatic, business-oriented legal advice, always geared towards helping clients efficiently achieve their own business objectives.
The Bradsby Group: (http://www.bradsbygroup.com/)
Bradsby Group’s Information Technology Division is comprised of high quality, solution driven individuals who partner with clients to deliver the best IT candidates through direct recruitment. With proven experience in helping clients solve their human capital needs across various platforms, Bradsby Group IT offers contract, contract-to-permanent and/or direct hire services. All of which can be tailored to fit your company’s technical recruitment needs. We focus on sourcing top talent nationwide who specialize in software development (PHP, .Net, Java), project management, infrastructure and systems support. Whether you are seeking IT assistance for a project or you need a technical visionary, let us be your partner in sourcing the very best talent.
CU-Boulder's Silicon Flatirons Center is a donor-supported entity which helps connect the fabric of the Front Range's software, Internet, and telecom entrepreneurship scene. SFC's objective is to help catalyze startups by connecting CU to the Mile High Tech emerging company community. In addition to the Meetup, SFC's Entrepreneurship Initiative includes the Entrepreneurial Law Clinic, the Entrepreneurs Unplugged series, Crash Courses on entrepreneurship, and our annual March entrepreneurship conference. SFC additionally works closely with partners across the CU campus to present the New Venture Challenge. SFC is delighted to serve as a Meetup sponsor since 2007.
Boulder Digital Works at CU
Boulder Digital Works is dedicated to providing a space for people to learn how to learn. Digital technologies are changing everything - how we work and play, interact as individuals and groups, and how and what we learn. Yet, too many educational institutions have become museums of what we used to learn at the expense of why and how we learn. We decided to create a place that would do more than remember the past. We wanted to create a place that would lead into the future. We understood that it would have to be different. Boulder Digital Works is an alternative. We develop people who are generative, integrated thinkers, and can work collaboratively. Everything we do evolves from a foundation that combines creativity, technology, and business. People from different disciplines in industry and academe come here to ask questions, share ideas, and solve problems. BDW bridges the widening critical gap between academe and industry, between thinking and doing.
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