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Jacqueline Ros

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Revolar started, like most successful companies, out of both a personal passion and as an attempt to solve a problem. Jacqueline (Jackie) Ros, the founder and CEO, was looking for a way to protect her younger sister after she was attacked twice before the age of 17. She wanted to find a way to provide her sister, and other women, with a device that could help keep them safe. She knew that she needed to … CONTINUE READING

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2015 Denver Startup Week
PART I

Denver Startup Week, September 28th – October 2nd, celebrated its fourth year in existence, with its goals being to:  1) enhance the sense of community amongst Denver entrepreneurs, 2) highlight Denver as an entrepreneurial center on the local, regional and national stage, and 3) provide education, inspiration and networking events for the Denver entrepreneurial community. The BE Stories highlighted some of the week participants’ stories when they stopped into Chase Basecamp – click on … CONTINUE READING

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September 28th
Chapter Be @ Denver Startup Week

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Monday, September 28, 2015
11:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Location: Denver Startup Week Basecamp – 1515 Arapahoe Street, Denver, CO… CONTINUE READING

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Michelle Roark

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Michelle Roark is an Olympic freestyle skier turned business entrepreneur. Michelle joined the US Freestyle Ski Team at the age of sixteen and skied competitively for sixteen years! She overcame 7 knee surgeries and continued to compete even while she earned her degree in chemical engineering from the Colorado School of Mines. She is a decorated skier who has directly applied what she learned on the mountain to her 3 businesses – Phia Lab, Voila … CONTINUE READING

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Be: Opportunity

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Be Opportunity by Paul Kim

We are opportunity. Each of us.

To be clear, what I mean is not to be confused with the idea that “life is an opportunity” or “our lives are opportunities to accomplish one thing or another.” And while I believe each and every human being is “pure potential,” what I mean here is something more than noting that a human life if full of potential.

Still, I am not completely … CONTINUE READING

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Paul Laurie

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The first time I met Paul Laurie he was running through a venue in a grey top-hat attending to the 100s of people who had shown up for his Silver Spork Social Bacchanal event last November. I later learned that it was the emergency venue, because the warehouse where it was supposed to be had flooded. Yet you never would have guessed it, as Paul seemed very calm and collected, and definitely in his element.… CONTINUE READING

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What Kind of Person Do You Want to Be?

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Out of the mouths of babes. This video is a great reminder that younger people can teach us so much, if we take the time to listen to them. I love the fact that The Friends School has placed an importance on teaching character traits, and recognizes that fostering these behaviors, attitudes and mindsets is just as important as teaching traditional academic skills. … CONTINUE READING

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April DIY Networking

April DIY Networking

Wednesday, April 22nd, 2015
6:30 – 8:30pm
Location: Share Denver – 2829 Fairfax Street, Denver, CO 80220

Please join Chapter Be and Share Denver for April’s DIY Networking event! This month we will be talking about COMPETITION. It can be such a nasty word, but it doesn’t need to be. We’ll discuss how competition should motivate instead of deflate, and how you can use it as a way to better your business. After the talk … CONTINUE READING

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Kathy Lee

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Kathy Lee is the founder and owner of Modern Gingham Preserves in Denver, CO – a jam company that aims to use organic produce from local trees, gardens, and farms (hand-picked whenever possible). Kathy began jarring as an adult – learning from her British in-laws and while she lived in Canada with her husband and son. Before her days of jarring, though, she received her Ph.D. in neuroscience from Northwestern University. Her original plan was … CONTINUE READING

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