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Sam Bailey, Program Director, Colorado Companies to Watch This program is a perfect example of public/private partnership
enclosure-voice 1259_ 8/13/12 - We're talking to Sam Bailey the Relationship Manager for the Governor's Office of Economic Development and International Trade. That means he primarily works in business retention and expansion, helping existing businesses grow and expand their businesses. Sam is also the new program director for Colorado Companies to Watch, which is now four years into the program with 200 companies highlighted and close to, if not over a thousand finalists. Sam said, "We have really seen a lot of companies and communities come out and support these businesses - highlight them, recognize them - so the program has grown to quite a prestigious honor. This year alone we had a wonderful geographical diversity across the state of Colorado. We had companies from rural and urban communities - communities that we haven't seen on stage before. So this has been a banner year for COCTW. We're looking to continue that through outreach to our community partners across the state. It's important to note this is not a program just for the Front Range. It's for the entire state; we have companies from Durango, Carbondale, Craig, and Holly." Listen for more...
Related Links: Colorado Companies to Watch || Colorado Companies to Watch Channel || Blog || Gala Event || Keywords: Sam Bailey, Office of Economic Development and International Trade, OEDIT, Colorado Companies to Watch, COCTW, Colorado, Second Stage Companies, Lowe Foundation, bytes=6226236
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The lending side is one, but it's also the capital side
Rick Fort, Founder, EMS, a Xerox Companyenclosure-voice 1261_ 8/13/12 - We are talking with Rick Fort, the founder and Dorothy Donnelly, National Marketing Director, Hein & Associatesformer Chairman of Educational Sales Management (ESM), a provider of student lifecycle solutions to help schools enroll, graduate and place more students. Rick sold the company a year ago to Xerox. Here too is Dorothy Donnelly, National Marketing Director for Hein & Associates, a public accounting firm based here in Denver, and Dorothy is also a board member of ACG Denver. Dorothy pointed out that Rick Fort enrolled, by founding ESM, graduated by selling ESM to Xerox and now he is succeeding by investing into the community - a true entrepreneur who now heads up The Fort Knocks Company. Larry asked, "What are some of the biggest challenges for mid-sized companies today?" Rick said, "For mid-sized companies down to small companies as well, it is in part, finding the right people to help grow innovation, not getting stuck in where-you-are, constantly developing new ideas and bringing new change." Dorothy said, "What I’m hearing from folks is that it is still very difficult to get lending even though it's loosening up a bit. That being the commercial banks are at the will of the lenders and their organizations and not so much able to support business on their own without that stamp of approval." Rick agreed with that and added, "The lending side is one, but it's also the capital side. Now venture capital and the equity groups are starting to loosen up their pockets more and more, making good investments in companies. But there's a leverage that they have too, so it's not necessarily all it's made out to be." They then discussed the possibilities, potential advantages and strengths coming up this next year...Listen for more...
Related Links: ACG Denver || M&A || Rocky Mountain Corporate Growth Conference || The Fort Knocks Company || Hein & Associates || Keywords: Rick Fort, Dorothy Donnelly, ACG Denver, Association for Corporate Growth, Educational Sales Management, ESM, Fort Knocks Company, Hein & Associates, Mid-sized Companies, Venture Capital, Equity Groups, bytes=4271023
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Seeing a need that wasn’t necessarily being addressed
Brandy Alexander-Wimberly, Founder/CEO, Buyvite Group Payenclosure-voice 1254_ 8/6/12 - Have you ever volunteered to buy a group present or to pay for a group trip? The stress begins when you have to go back around and collect money from family and friends? Brandy Alexander-Wimberly, CEO and Founder of Buyvite has created an online community that facilitates and simplifies this type of group purchase. Buyvite just went live in May after a year in development. Brandy said they've just closed an angel round and they are really excited about the future of social commerce and group payments in particular. It's kind of a Kickstarter or a crowd funder - but for the retailer and that's the essence of their platform. Brandy tells us she has her eyes on social commerce, responsive design and the future of mobile advertising. For Brandy, she likes to envision better ways of doing things and then trying to make the idea into a reality. Listen for more ideas about the future...
Related Links: Buyvite Group Pay || NCWIT Home || NCWIT Practice || NCWIT Blog || Heroes Channel || Keywords: Buyvite, NCWIT, Brandy Alexander-Wimberly, Group Purchases, Traditional Radio, TV, bytes=13576048
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Social Entrepreneurism and Microfinancing Goes Global
Jessica Flannery, CoFounder, KIVAenclosure-voice 1256_ 8/6/12 [Orig Pub 2008] - KIVA is a non-profit organization with a mission to connect people through lending to alleviate poverty. Leveraging the internet and a worldwide network of microfinance institutions, Kiva lets individuals lend as little as $25 to help create opportunity around the world. Lucy Sanders interviewed Jessica Jackley Flannery, co-founder of Kiva with her husband Matt. KIVA is the first peer-to-peer micro loan website, demonstrates how the Internet can facilitate meaningful, positive connections between lenders and entrepreneurs in the developing world and even help us all become micro-financiers. Jessica has spoken widely on microfinance and social entrepreneurship, and has seen microfinance at work in a variety of communities in more than 30 countries. Jessica has built the KIVA budget from a small startup amount to $45 million. "In 2007, for every $1 Kiva receives in donations, we raised another $10 online in loans for the poor." Jessica shares some incredible success stories. Listen for more...
Related Links: KIVA || ASHOKA || NCWIT Home || NCWIT Practice || NCWIT Blog || Heroes Channel || Keywords: Jessica Flannery, Kiva, NCWIT, Ashoka Fellow, Microfinance, Social Entrepreneurship > Bytes: 24043836 >
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From Apple to US West to Freshwater Technologies
Donna Auguste, Save a Little Roomenclosure-voice 1254_ 8/6/12 [Orig. 7/2007] - Always striving for the best while capitalizing on diversity, Donna Auguste captured the entrepreneurial spirit which took her to the ‘winners circle’ many times and then to financial freedom. Donna was the first African-American woman to enter the Ph.D. program in computer science at Carnegie Mellon University, a field dominated by white men. Lucy Sanders, CEO and Founder of the National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT) talked to Donna about her amazing story about starting Freshwater Technologies in 1996 and selling it for $147 million in cash. Lucy explores with Donna where her passion is taking her today. Less than a year ago, she launched Leave a Little Room, a philanthropic organization dedicated to global outreach. You’ll understand why Donna is an NCWIT Hero. Listen to this exciting story...
Related Links: NCWIT Home || NCWIT Practice || NCWIT Blog || Heroes Channel || Keywords: Donna Auguste, Leave a Little Room Foundation, 247 Skills, Lucy Sanders, Women in IT, National Center for Women & Information Technology NCWIT Heroes > bytes=8995452
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Mantra for Venture Capitalists Today + Mobius VC Tips
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Brad Feld, 2004 - managing director, Mobius Venture CapitalBrad Feld, managing director of Mobius Venture Capital identifies what VC's are looking at today…including exit strategies, hot markets, checklist of the VC’s mantra, what Mobius VC is focused on today as well as essentials for the first-time entrepreneur who is building a new company.
Related Links: Brad Feld & Foundry Group's Team || Brad's Books || FeldThoughts || Venture Capital Channel || Blog || Keywords: Brad Feld, Foundry Group, Boulder CO, venture capital, technology, TechStars Startup America, University of Colorado, CU
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Rwanda Radio 10 Years After Genocide + Challenges
Eugene Nyagahene, founder and CEO of Rwanda's first radio station since 19941253_ 7/30/12 [Orig. Pub: 5/3/2004] -
Eugene Nyagahene, founder and CEO of Radio 10, Rwanda’s first private radio station since the genocide of 1994. When the 1,000,000 plus people were brutally murdered in a 100-day period, the radio station in Rwanda was used as a tool to help the killing. For Nyagahene, the station represents a new beginning for Rwandan radio, which had been controlled by the government for a decade.

Related Links: Radio 10, Rwanda’s first private broadcasting endeavor since the genocide of 1994 || Rwanda's first private TV station (Tele 10) to start broadcasting in July || H.E. President Paul Kagame Event Photos || Keywords: Rwanda, Radio Free..., Paul Kagame, University of Denver, DU, Marc Holtzman
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Monte Robertson, Cloud Computing Consulting The cloud, apps, security and legacy in business today
enclosure-voice 1258_ 8/13/12 - We've got questions, - 1. Everyone is talking about the cloud now days, and there is so much out there – Why all the buzz? What is the cloud? - 2. Are there security concerns around the cloud? - 3. What recommendations do you have for companies looking to the cloud?
      Today we're going to be talking about a 'cloudy issue' that's really big in the Internet and Web world. If you were to ask ten business people to define Cloud, you'll get ten definitions. We're with Monte Robertson, President of Cloud Computing Consulting, with over 10 years of providing leading edge security solutions. So we asked the expert for a definition. Monte said, "The cloud is just a computing platform and essentially it's been around for a long time because it's really just another word for the Internet. We used to use the symbol of a cloud to describe the Internet when we showed, in technical drawings, how to connect one office or one computer through the Internet to another. The Cloud is basically the Internet. There are a lot of different products and services offered as cloud services or Internet based services, but they've been doing it a long time. For example if you had an old Yahoo or Hot Mail Internet mail account, that's Internet based or Cloud based email. It's an old concept that's been made shinny and new." Security issues? That's a big barrel. There are public clouds, private clouds and hybrid clouds which will probably become the main portion of the architecture. But, it goes back to what we've been telling people all along about computer security. You have to identify what's important to you - Know where it is - Who has access to it. You have to understand what it is you're trying to protect and then decide how to deploy that. Public Cloud is just that, it's public, probably not very secure. There are a lot of questions you have to ask the provider.... LISTEN for more!

Related Links: Getting to the cloud - Securely || Software Channel || Mastering Change || PodCast Directory || Keywords: Monte Robertson, Cloud Computing Consulting, Internet, Web, The Cloud, Email, Security, Network Integration Companies, Cloud Brokers, Public Cloud, bytes=8264205
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Richard Liner, Founder/Executive Director, KidsTek The mission is to assist the highest needs schools of Colorado
enclosure-voice 1260_ 8/13/12 - Founded back in August of 2000, KidsTek and Richard Liner, the founder and Executive Director are beginning their 13th year. Rich is full time and he says, "It's just been a terrific ride for the whole time. The KidsTek mission is to assist the highest needs schools of Colorado and students in the K-12 space, in learning technology skills." So they have, at the schools, enrichment programs for the middle and elementary age kids. And, they have in school certification tracts for the high schools. Currently they are serving about 900 students in 18 programs - and they're now growing to as many as 23 programs in this new school year. Over the years KidsTek has grown exponentially since they first started as an off-shoot of the Colorado Technology Association [they are now back and tightly woven in with CTA again, which is just fantastic]. But, KidsTek has been able to move from the after school drop-in model, where they just helped kids on an ad hoc basis, to working exclusively with these schools where they can have these kids from elementary to middle and then into high school. In the last couple of years they've added the certification tracts in high school where the kids learn A+ certification and Cisco Network certification. KidsTek is actually a Cisco Academy training facility - one of the few non-profits. Get involved and listen for more...
Related Links: KidsTek || CTA || KidsTek Charity Golf Classic || ViaWest || Keywords: Richard Liner, KidsTek, K-12, Colorado Technology Association, CTA, Cisco Network, Soar Elementary, Green Valley Ranch, University Prep, > bytes=5672022
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National Center for Women & Information Technology! Lucy Sanders, Founder/CEO, National Center for Women & Information 

Lucy Sanders makes it her business to get females into technology!
1254_ 8/6/12 - The mission of the National Center for Women & Information Technology is to ensure that women are fully represented in the influential world of information technology and computing. Statistics show that better than 50% of new entrepreneurs are female. Many business people are surprised to hear that there is a growing number (contrary to popular belief) of women getting into and making a very productive and rewarding career in Information Technology (IT). As a result, many women of varying ages and interests are taking the entrepreneurial plunge. In walks Lucy Sanders, CEO and Founder of the National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT), headquartered at CU Boulder. "We'll never know what we're missing without more women participating in information technology. We can't measure absence." - Lucy Sanders, NCWIT CEO and Co-founder Lucy has interviewed over 70 successful female entrepreneurs.
      Recently Lucy and Larry interviewed Brandy Alexander-Wimberly [LINK], Founder and CEO of BuyVite. The idea for Buyvite sprang from her existing technical and marketing background, but also came from seeing a need that wasn’t necessarily being addressed in the most user friendly way. Brandy just raised some angle funding.
      Alicia Morga [LINK], founder and past CEO of Consorte Media, sold in 2010 to Audience Science. Alicia is the creator of GottaFeeling (iPhone App) and the founder of a new (in stealth) startup. Alicia is a remarkable young woman with great down-to-earth advice for other young women wanting to build a life in the information and technology space.
      Founded by Donna Auguste [LINK], Leave a Little Room Foundation (LLR) was created to facilitate the sharing of gifts. Since LLR's inception in early 2000, the Foundation has worked side-by-side with communities, organizations and churches to provide school books for under-funded schools in the United States, to build houses for families in Mexico.
      Social entrepreneur, Jessica Jackley Flannery [LINK] is a co-founder of Kiva with her husband Matt. Kiva is the first peer-to-peer micro loan website, demonstrates how the Internet can facilitate meaningful, positive connections between lenders and entrepreneurs in the developing world and even help us all become micro-financiers.

Target market leads to a big sale and much more
Alicia Morga, Founder/CEO, I've Gotta Feelingenclosure-voice 1255_ 8/6/12 [Orig Pub 2008] - Alicia Morga is an example of bootstrapping that few others can match. Her first exposure to IT was in high school with a basic programming language class. She built a baseball game and thought that was fun - 'you can build anything you want in this thing called a computer'. She did end up going to Stanford University which plunked her down right in the middle of Silicon Valley. She tells us she heard dribs and drabs about technology and entrepreneurship, but didn't connect the dots until she became a corporate lawyer after law school, also at Stanford University. Take the GottaFeeling App. Alicia had never created an app before, she didn't even own an iPhone or an iTouch. She decided this was something she didn't know anything about and said, "Why don't I just jump in and see what I can create." That's when she created GottaFeeling ...listen now there's much more...
Related Links: About Alicia Morga || Consorte Media || Gotta Feeling iPhone App || NCWIT Home || NCWIT Practice || NCWIT Blog || Heroes Channel || Keywords: Alicia Morga, Consorte Media, Gotta Feeling, iPhone App, Stanford, National Center for Women and Information Technology, NCWIT, Lucy Sanders, NCWIT Heroes, Entrepreneurs, Technology, bytes=18453214
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Larry Nelson, Founder/CEO, w3w3® Media NetworkWhat a difference eight years can make…we are taking you back to 2004. We all know that the Internet and Web have changed a great deal in this past decade. When we launched in Jan 1999, we used to ‘brag’ about the fact people could listen to our material using a 28K modem. Businesses and leaders of business have changed a great deal too. The recording of Vinton Cerf, one of the fathers of the Internet, was at a press conference. His focus hasn’t changed but his career has. In Larry’s book, ‘Mastering Change in the midst of Chaos, Larry writes about some interesting comparisons between Alexander Graham Bell and Vinton Cerf.
      Brad Feld is one of the most well-known Venture Capitalists as well as an author and one of the founders of the famous Tech Stars. When Larry and Pat first met Brad, he was a leader in Softbank Venture Capital. Today he is the founder and managing director of the Boulder based Foundry Group.
      Art Rancis is a well-connected business leader, entrepreneur and is an international business consultant that really helps companies grow. Art is one of the featured dancers in the Boulder ‘Dancing with the Starts’ event on 10/18/12.
      In April 2004 Pat and Larry attended an event hosted by DU, honoring H.E. President of Rwanda, Paul Kagame. There were hundreds of people in attendance with many heavy hitters. They also attended a private event at the Phipps Mansion where we interviewed Eugene Nyagahene, founder and CEO of Rwanda’s first radio station since 1994 and the genocide that the world turned its head away from.
      Listen to these interviews as that will give you a different perspective of the past and the future. Check out the links too as they will give you an update of what these leaders are doing today. You will find these and many more interviews from 2004 LINK HERE

The Beginning of the Internet + Challenges & Dreams
Vinton Cerf, V.P. and chief Internet evangelist for Google 1250_ 7/30/12 [Orig. Pub: 5/3/2004] -
Vinton Cerf, widely known as one of the “Fathers of the Internet” was the keynote speaker for the annual CITI CIO Award program. Cerf is a techie with a personality…and a whole bunch of spot-on information. At a press Q&A, he addressed the future challenges and greatest hopes for the Internet.
Related Links: ICANN Organization || Vinton Cerf - Wikipedia || Software Channel || Keywords: Vinton Cerf, Google evangelist, Internet,
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Art Rancis, 2004 - Amedex Building a Business & Lessons Learned
1252_ 7/30/12 [Orig. Pub: 5/3/2004] - Art Rancis, CEO of Amedex is experienced in understanding the key components of building a successful business. Art identifies the 3 lessons learned as an entrepreneur…Keep focused…Stay focused but get ready to spin off…Structure the company properly. Experience, Sony Electronics,
Related Links: Art Rancis: 25+ Years of Executive Experience || Art Rancis LinkedIn || Keywords: Art Rancis, International Business Consultant, Boulder based, Dancing with the stars, University of Colorado, Deming Center, University of Colorado, Leeds School of Business, Member. National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, Emmy Committee
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