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Boulder OpenCoffee Club Website

Apr 18 2007
Boulder OpenCoffee Club (part of the network of OpenCoffee Club’s popping up around the world) now has its own website.  The next meeting is at Vic’s Coffee at 1800 Broadway in One Boulder Plaza on Tuesday, April 24th from 8am – 9:30am.  Come join us and hang out. Andy Sack just had a successful OpenCoffee […]
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The First Boulder OpenCoffee Club

Apr 11 2007
The first Boulder OpenCoffee Club happened yesterday at Amante Coffee on Walnut Street in Boulder.  I was in NY so I missed it, but I heard it was a lot of fun and had an interesting collection of people show up.  The next one is on April 24 – same place at 8am (although Jason […]
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Boulder OpenCoffee Club

Apr 03 2007
Earlier this year Saul Klein sent me an email about an idea he had to create a meeting spot for entrepreneurs and VCs in a community to get together on a regular basis.  Saul’s idea was that this would be like a “Coffee Club” – same location and time on a weekly / bi-weekly basis.  […]
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Where I’ll Be During Boulder Startup Week

May 12 2014
This week is Boulder Startup Week 2014. If you have read my book Startup Communities, then you know Andrew Hyde was the founder of Boulder Startup Week. After a hiatus of a few years, he’s back this year as one of the organizers of BSW 2014. I’m around all week. Following are the events I’ll either be […]
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Built In Colorado

Aug 30 2013
A few weeks ago I did an event with Built In Denver where I interviewed Tim Miller and Ryan Martens, the founders of Rally Software, on their journey from a startup to a public company (NYSE: RALY). As part of the event – held at Mateo in Boulder – the gang from Built In Denver […]
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Getting Plugged Into The Boulder Entrepreneurial Community

Nov 02 2011
On a daily basis I get an email from someone, either in Boulder, or considering a move to Boulder, who asks how they can best get involved in the Boulder entrepreneurial community. My response is simple – get involved, show up, and participate. I then list a set of regular activities that exist, with my […]
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