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Monday, July 23
 

10:30am

From Main Street Entrepreneurship to Scaleups
Limited Capacity filling up

Whether you are thinking about starting your own bricks-and-mortar, product, hardware, high-tech or working to reinvent an existing business venture, there is something for you in this conversation. During this conversation you will hear from a mix of local business owner, tech companies, and scaleups as they share their stories, reflections and recommendations on their startup journey, and or experiences.

Ya sea que usted esté pensando en comenzar su propia empresa, fabricar sus productos, desarrollar alta tecnología o este pensando en reinventar una empresa comercial ya existente, hay algo para usted en esta presentación. Esta presentación se dará en forma de conversación, y en ella Ud. escuchará a un grupo de empresarios locales, representantes de compañías de tecnología y emprendedores compartiendo sus historias, reflexiones y recomendaciones con usted.

Moderators
avatar for Brian Horsman

Brian Horsman

Vice President, Information Technology, Core Power Yoga
A seasoned technology leader, Brian has international experience from the trenches to strategic leadership, operations, technology, and global systems architecture. Having spent eleven years at Crocs, he helped the company achieve the $1B+ mark. Today, Brian strikes the right balance... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Tracee Box

Tracee Box

Owner, Managing Partner, Nature's Root
With an extensive background in business development, product development and manufacturing, Tracee is also a trained nutritionist and has worked within the wellness industry for the past 15 years serving others in local and national communities. Our company all started with a seed... Read More →
avatar for Bill Campbell

Bill Campbell

President & Brewer, Brewmented
I'm the President and Co-Founder at Brewmented. Brewmented is Longmont's destination homebrew store featuring a wide selection of homebrew supplies, taproom, and a nano-brewery. Brewmented is my second startup, the first being Farragut Systems, a geospatial services and software solution... Read More →
avatar for Jay Minaya

Jay Minaya

Co-Founder, CEO, Program Director, Journey Language Center
I am the CEO and Co-Founder of Journey Language Centers (JLC). I am originally from Lima, Peru. I moved to the United States to pursue my Business Administration with emphasis in Marketing Diploma at the Leeds School of Business at CU. After graduation, I worked in financial institutions... Read More →
avatar for Charles Yhap

Charles Yhap

Co-Founder, CEO, CleanRobotics
A creative professional who thrives in a team setting with stretch-goals; I enjoy complexity. I relish opportunities to play a transformative role and to infuse passion and integrity into teams. I excel at data analysis, project management, communication, computer and technical skills... Read More →


 
Tuesday, July 24
 

4:15pm

Understanding Market Opportunities with Cultural Demographics
Limited Capacity seats available

Understand the power of the Latino market with cultural demographics. Telemundo takes a deep dive in the Latino growth in the American market and the necessity to market to this diverse community – understand the market opportunities.

Speakers
avatar for Abel Corral

Abel Corral

KDEN Telemundo Denver
As a Hispanic Media Sales & Marketing Professional, I’m driven by helping my company and my clients achieve desired results and all while providing a high level of customer service and attention to detail. My tendency is to achieve top performer status and my approach as a sales... Read More →
avatar for Drew Wilson

Drew Wilson

National Sales Manager at Telemundo Denver, KDEN Telemundo Denver
Often referred to as “Druchacho,” Drew is about as gringo as any guy in his home town of Golden, Colorado. However, Druchacho is known to his colleagues as a fiery Hispanic marketer, businessman and strategist, undeniably fluent in Spanish TV broadcast media, Latino and general... Read More →


 
Wednesday, July 25
 

1:15pm

Strategies for Growing Your Business: Partnerships a collaborative approach (In Spanish)
Limited Capacity seats available

At some point in a startups journey there comes a time where there is a need to partner with another entity or organization. This becomes very prominent in the globalization of your business plan, a time when you have a need to partner with an international organization, or a local one that understands what it means to speak globally.




Speakers
avatar for David Minaya

David Minaya

Co-Founder, Program Director, Journey Language Center
I am a Peruvian architect and entrepreneur who moved to Boulder County 12 years ago. I love to talk about any topic, and I really mean it because I think you can learn something new even in the least expected conversation. Especially, I love to talk about photography, design, architecture... Read More →
avatar for Jay Minaya

Jay Minaya

Co-Founder, CEO, Program Director, Journey Language Center
I am the CEO and Co-Founder of Journey Language Centers (JLC). I am originally from Lima, Peru. I moved to the United States to pursue my Business Administration with emphasis in Marketing Diploma at the Leeds School of Business at CU. After graduation, I worked in financial institutions... Read More →


 
Thursday, July 26
 

4:15pm

Incubators, Accelerators, or Go it Alone? (Room: #C1724)
Limited Capacity seats available

In recent years, the landscape of financing alternatives for seed-stage companies has become somewhat complicated for founders. Depending on where you are the number of (or the lack of) incubators and accelerators supporting startups can be a daunting gauntlet.

Come along to this conversation to hear discussion around whether a startup can be better served by joining up with an incubator/accelerator or by simply “going it alone” and building from ground up with support from an experienced investor. En los últimos años, el panorama de las alternativas de financiación para las empresas en etapa inicial se ha complicado un tanto para sus fundadores. Dependiendo de dónde se encuentre, la cantidad de (o la falta de) fuentes que apoyen las empresas puede ser un panorama desalentador. Participe en esta conversación para aprender de la discusión sobre si una empresa puede ser mejor servida uniéndose con una fuente de apoyo de empresas o simplemente "yendo solo" y construyendo desde cero con el único apoyo de un inversionista experimentado.

Moderators
avatar for Tallis Salamatian

Tallis Salamatian

CEO, Bazi Fit
Tallis began his journey in entrepreneurship in 2004. Since then he has been involved in ventures in multiple areas including: music business, IoT, fitness, healthcare services, medical devices, cannabis, graphene, AI and ML. Additionally Tallis is a mentor, speaker and has taught... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Gary Wayne  Clark

Gary Wayne Clark

Founder, Angel Investor, Grammy® Recording Academy Artist, XBT LLC
Gary Wayne Clark is an engineer by training, a venture capitalist by trade, but a storyteller at heart. A serial Entrepreneur; he founded 3 software companies; directing 2 of them to public acquisition and 1 to strategic M&A. His latest startup is a Patent Pending ‘Music and Medicine... Read More →
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Scott Sampl

Chief Operating Officer, Innosphere
avatar for Jose Vieitez

Jose Vieitez

Co-Founder, Director, Portfolio Manager, Boomtown Accelerator
Jose Vieitez is a cofounder of Boomtown Accelerator in Boulder, helping early stage startups reach product market fit and become successful high-growth companies. Jose is a Stanford graduate with a background in Industrial Engineering and User Experience design, and moved out to Colorado... Read More →