Boulder has a thriving tech community that has been well documented in the last 12 months alone via The New York Times, MSNBC, CNBC, and lots of other sources. I consider myself to be a reasonably active member of the community through visible roles as a TechStars mentor and as[...]
I hear some form of the following question a lot from founders that are starting to have early success: "How do we hire a bunch of new people and grow the company quickly without losing the culture we've worked so hard to establish?" I’ve been fascinated by different company[...]
Lately when I hear people talk about the tech scene in Boulder it seems like the word "community" is used more often than not to describe our budding entrepreneurial environment.  I think the choice of this word is both significant and accurate.  To me the word community implies a sense[...]
Here’s a common scenario I see with some early stage tech startups… Incredibly smart/tech-savvy people start a company around a cool idea. These founders build amazing tools/products that demonstrate their concept and their abilities. At this point they might decide they need to get funding. And, what will they use[...]
Where did the summer go?  I've been meaning to create a post for the last few months on why I'm a TechStars mentor.  Last night,  as I celebrated with the Boulder teams on their fantastic Investor Day presentations, it suddenly hit me that this years TechStars in Boulder has sadly[...]