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By Larry Nelson
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6/14/05 PM – RVC – June Venture Pub
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|Kroenke Sports Building Year-Around Profits
Building a 20,000 seat soccer specific stadium (28,000 capacity for concerts) in Commerce City seems to some quite a stretch. David Ehrlich, former Exec. VP and COO at giant Kroenke Sports shares some tips for getting the most out of your assets. David, a partner at Bonham Group shares some great ideas for all sizes. 6/06/05 - LISTEN
|SUN Shines in the World of RFID Solutions6/6/05
Big companies are laying out the future pat of RFID (Radio Frequency IDentification). SUN Microsystems is a major player with EPCglobal in helping establishing the RFID standards points out Ben Griffin, the RFID Solutions Architect at SUN. Standards for software and devices are crucial for success. -
|Firefighters Use an Intelligent MeetingBoard - LISTEN
We all take so many things for granted. Many times we don't even realize that someone is looking out for us. This is quite the case with Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighters... listen to Douglas Mangels and Robert Werner, Denver firefighters and Aircraft Rescue Firefighter Specialists.
|Nelson Tackles the Ethics Swamp with a Model - LISTEN
The Sarbanes-Oxley Act and Section 404 have brought a great deal of attention to the subject of ethics. The point Larry Nelsonmakes - it's not just a BIG company issue. Small companies and individuals face ethical challenges. We all make mistakes, make promises that don't work out... Here's a model that helps. 6/6/05
|Vets - Entrepreneurial Scholarships Provided by:
The SBDC of Colorado and Veterans Corp NEW 5/26/05
Here's a great program that honors and supports our veterans. Kelly Manning, State director for the SBDC of Colorado's OEDIT, is launching on Memorial Day the Vet's Biz Builder Program in five Colorado cities and soon in five states. - Listen to Kelly NOW -
Email Kelly for more Information & Free Subscription
Networking Solutions (Identifying, Preparing & Personalizing)
Larry & Pat Nelson are seen everywhere...the Networker's networkers. Larry says that the most common mistake in netowrking involves the omnipresent "Elevator Pitch". That's just what a busy executie wants to hear as they're enjoying their liquid refreshment... "Get me out of here!" 5/30/05
Caught by the w3w3 Paparazzi (You, too?) 5/30/05
Larry Nelson and his omnipresent camera are at the top events.
Mike & Kate Hamers at LightSpeed Commercial Arts, do a terrific job getting them up at Event Photos and if you want to buy a print you can get 50% off by using discount code - w3w3radio - at checkout from LifePics at w3w3.com/LifePics-Albums.htm
Einstein Didn't Know Everything - Resources + 5/30/05
Here's a link to a TON of great Resources. This is used a great deal by our visitors and w3w3® Media Network is in the process of updating it. If you have some thoughts, advice or links to add, delete or modify, let us know. Send an email to us with your thoughts on the subject... Here are my ideas.
Here’s a Thought – Dreaming About MP3.com 5/23/05
Rod Underhill was one of the team that helped MP3.com grow and become one of the most successful IPOs in history. Rod shares details about the journey, the challenges and how entrepreneurs can learn from that trek. Ryan Sabga, CEO of RideOnTime.com asks Rod what he can learn that will help his company grow. -
Here’s a Switch – The Entrepreneurial Landscape 5/23/05
Starting with the ‘Gold Rush’ of 1858, Denver has attracted adventurous, free-spirited entrepreneurs who are willing to take a risk to make it big in the Rockies. Entrepreneurial growth has also been high in the Denver area since it is not a large headquarters town, points out Mark Siegel, partner at Ernst & Young LISTEN.- Read More
Here’s a Twist – CU is a Colorado Profit Center 5/23/05
The University of Colorado contributed over $4 Billion to the state's economy. Jack Burns, VP, Academic Affairs & Research says CU is a world-class institution and researches in many high-tech areas including biosciences, aerospace, nanotech and a full range of emerging technologies, all aimed at developing the workforce.
Here’s an Idea – Making Geography Interesting 5/23/05
There are five industry clusters that the Denver Metro Economic Development Corp has identified as for bringing in new business into the state. Mark Baisley, senior manager at Raytheon, says we are still challenged with the lack of young students getting involved with sciences. Mark and others offer satellite solutions.
Youth and the pipeline.
Squaring Off on Tabor – Is It Too Hot to Handle? 5/16/05
If you are business savvy and don’t have time to keep up with legislative issues that can help or hurt your business, listen to this discussion with Denise Brown, Exec. Dir. CO Biosciences Assoc and Brian Vogt, Director of CO of Economic Development. You’ll get the scoop on Tabor, Referendum C, Amendment 23 and more. LISTEN
Reporting on Dad’s Work – Have a Question? 5/16/05
At w3w3.com we want young people to get interested in high-tech careers. We lucked out and corralled Jane Fillion (age 7) and her father Roger (High-tech business reporter for the Rocky Mountain News) and recruited Jane to interview her father. She was a great talk show host and she pulled some unknown facts out of Roger. LISTEN
Reaching Out to Teachers – Is It Too Late? 5/16/05
Raytheon, an award winning aerospace company is concerned living up to commitments on large contracts. Here’s the good news and the challenge. About 25% of the folks hired are coming out of the CU system says Ray Kolibaba. That must be increased. In just a few minutes, Ray points out what needs to happen. LISTEN
Flying on the High Side – Will Mentoring Work? 5/16/05
Shades of Blue is an educational organization designed to help identify and prepare students for a career in aviation and aerospace says Willie Daniels. He is an airline pilot and has helped bring together a group of business people and professionals from a variety of disciplines to create a pipeline for today and tomorrow. LISTEN
|Making the Business – Youth IT Challenge
Talk about a tough job. Scott Johnson (Microsoft), John Caldwell (John-Phillips Printing) and Andre Pettigrew (Denver Public School System) were on the judging panel at the Youth IT Challenge in Denver. Five teams of high school students presented business plans they had 10 weeks to prepare for. Unbelievable… 5/09/05. LISTEN Regional team winners go to New York City for national competition.
|Senior Managers Retiring – And Pipeline Problem 5/09/05
The 2005 Space Symposium was spectacular. The tone was up and realistic. Colorado had the best presence ever. Lt. Gov. Jane Norton spoke a few times at the 4-day event. In Colorado, space is in a great place with its educated work-force, universities, national labs, commercial and military presence…BUT. LISTEN
|Using Consultants Wisely – 3 Biggest Challenges 5/09/05
Deriving a higher value from your consulting project investments can be quite elusive. Mark Richtermeyer, Founder and Managing Partner, The Spitfire Group says keys to consider are scope, expectation,executive involvement and engagement with the consultant will makeor break the project. Great tips…. LISTEN
|Building It to Work – Research & Development 5/09/05
For early stage research, you need a system that’s economical and light on its feet, points out Peter Burrowes, founder of Burrowes Engineering. If not met, you could lose the ability to balance the factors of quality, speed and cost. Peter suggests not limiting yourself to what you know and have already done. Great advice… LISTEN
|A Salute to American Heroes, a Look at the Past 5/02/05
What a great spot to be in. Governor Bill Owens opened a special
luncheon at the Space Symposium in Colorado Springs. He reflected on incredible events in the past, acted as a Colorado ambassador to hundreds of leaders from around the world and welcomed the attendees to honor an American hero. LISTEN
|Air Force, NASA, now Moon to Mars Commission 5/02/05
The prestigious General James E. Hill Lifetime Space Achievement Award was given to Edward C. “Pete” Aldridge, Jr. at the 2005 Space Symposium. Surrounded by some of his heroes, Pete listened to the accolades and humbly accepted the great honor. Here’s an interesting story and lessons to be learned.LISTEN
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|A Winner Stresses, It’s the Bumps in the Road 5/02/05
The Rockies Venture Club turned 20 years old, and on the same evening Rick Patch, CEO of LifePics was presented with the 2004Duane Pearsall Entrepreneurial Award. Rick touches on some “learning moments” from his past, but then lays it on the line with the challenges and triumphs of today.