Jeff Wasden, COBRT President and Pete Casillas, President and Publisher at Denver Business Journal join us to talk about the 2nd Annual View From the Top event. Hear about how well last year’s event went, and learn why you need to get your tickets to this year’s event.
Jake Ward, President of Connected Commerce Council, and Victoria Wise, board member of Connected Commerce Council, and founder of Madeworthy Media, sit down with us to discuss the upcoming inaugural event, SkillsConnect Boulder. The event takes place Thursday, August 16.
Joann Brennan, Associate Vice Chancellor at CU South Denver join us to talk about the current programs and events happening at the university, as well as why they chose to be a part of our 2nd Annual View From the Top event, Monday, August 20.
Kristen Muzzy, Founder of Riveting Connections, is a champion and advocate for manufacturing in Colorado and nationally. Kristen leads the manufacturing vertical for the Colorado Business Roundtable. Kristen’s guests are Kyle Kingrey, Manager of Manufacturing at BI, Inc. Along with Slade Melton, and Dom Walker.
Tom Zelibor, CEO of Space Foundation joins us to talk about how the 34th Annual Space Symposium went, as well as what we can expect for the 35th Annual Space Symposium taking place April 8 - 11, 2019 in Colorado Springs.
Jay Lindell, Colorado Aerospace and Defense Champion joins us to talk about the aerospace industry in Colorado. Jay gives us insight on the current state of the industry, as well as the wonderful strides that have been made in the last few years.
Britta Blodgett, Senior Communications Strategist at Colorado Workforce Development Council, joins us to discuss the importance of youth engagement in strengthening the talent pipeline. Britta’s guest is Jenny Smith, Talent Pipeline Liaison for the Denver Opportunity Youth Initiative, and the Chair for the State Youth Council.
Chris Brown of Common Sense Policy Roundtable (CSPR) and Dan Haley of Colorado Oil & Gas Association (COGA), join us to talk about the latest study CSPR just released concerning Colorado Initiative # 97, the proposed setback measure. We’ll get an in-depth look at this study and exactly what it means in your community.
Jeff Wasden, President of Colorado Business Roundtable and Ed Sealover, Government Reporter for the Denver Business Journal join us to talk about our new series, Colorado Election Watch. The series started as a spin off from Finding Colorado’s Next Governor.
Join us for the second installment of our series, as we hear from a new candidate, and their views on the important issues that concern all Coloradans. On the last two working days of each month we feature #COElectionWatch - share your questions on twitter, and we’ll include them in the show.
Join us for the first installment of our series, Colorado Election Watch, as we hear from a new candidate, and their views on the important issues that concern all Coloradans. On the last two working days of each month we feature #COElectionWatch - share your questions on twitter, and we’ll include them in the show.
Colin Brunk, Business Development, Kim Zeller, Design Director, and Jamie May, Principal at Interior Environments join us to discuss the exciting world of commercial office interiors, from idea to implementation, they’ll walk us through the process of making your office fashion forward.
Kristen Muzzy, Founder of Riveting Connections, is a champion and advocate for manufacturing in Colorado and nationally. Kristen leads the manufacturing vertical for the Colorado Business Roundtable. Kristen’s guests are entrepreneurs, Greg and Angelo Tanner, and High Tech Coach, Eric Adkins.
Lloyd Lewis, President and CEO of Arc Thrift Stores joins us to discuss his background, his role at Arc Thrift Stores and the current state of the stores themselves. He’ll also tell us about his upcoming book, “Why Not Them?: How One Man’s Love for His Son Born with Down Syndrome is Changing the World for Persons with Disabilities.”
Lee Wheeler-Berliner, Director of the Colorado Workforce Development Council, joins us to discuss their recent restructuring. Lee’s guests include Dr. Thomas Hartman, consultant for the CWDC and Melissa Martin, Director of Pathways in Career and Technical Education for the Colorado Community College System.
Peter Moore, Chairman and CEO of Vital for Colorado and Jon Ekstrom, producer of Vital for Colorado Radio join us to discuss the importance of energy production in our state. Peter’s guest is Ed Sealover of the Denver Business Journal, we’ll get a firsthand update on the primary election results.
Zach Riley, Director of Federal Affairs for the Colorado Farm Bureau joins us to talk about the current state of the farming and agriculture industries in Colorado. We’ll touch on current projections in the market, the impact of NAFTA and trade negotiations, and how the future will look.
Terry Fankhauser, Executive Vice President of the Colorado Cattlemen’s Association discusses the current state of the farming and agriculture industries in Colorado. We’ll touch on current projections in the market, the impact of NAFTA and trade negotiations, and how the future will look.
Nick Levendofsky, Director of External Affairs at Rocky Mountain Farmers Union, Dan Sanders, Vice President of Front Range Energy, and Mark Sponsler, CEO of Colorado Corn sit down to talk about ethanol, farming, and trade.
Ryan Fields-Spack, Director of Strategy and Policy of the FirstNet program discusses the importance of this program. From the basic idea to execution, we get the inside scoop of this recently implemented program for first responders.
Bill Pratt, Program Manager for NextSTEP Lunar Habitat at Lockheed Martin sits down with us to discuss the NextSTEP program, the Model Based Artificial Intelligent Assistant, deep space exploration, and the impact that would have on humans in space.