Denver Startup Week 2015 is the 4th year of the event and it’s picking up incredible momentum. Over 10,000 people attended sessions all over the city, filling up the 235 scheduled events with barely an empty seat to be found. Can you believe that? Denver Startup Week is becoming massive and is showing the rest of the country that our Denver startup community is a serious contender.
Thanks goes out to the Colorado Technology Association and people like Erik Mitisek and Tami Door. Through their hard work, the community really comes together to make this such a great week of events. Continue reading
Fall is an exciting time for EdgeLink Denver. Why? Because it’s time for Denver Startup Week 2015!
This year, Denver Startup Week events will be taking place from September 28th to October 3rd. Once again, we have provided sponsorship to this meeting of the minds, and our very own John Kingdeski, Contract Services Manager at EdgeLink Denver, will be contributing to a panel titled “Attract & Retain – Hiring Strategies For Your Start-Up 3.0.”
This session is scheduled for Wednesday, September 30th, from 4:00 pm to 5:30 pm at Stack Overflow (1660 Lincoln st. 24th floor). John will be participating in the panel along with Rishi Malik of Parkifi, Josh Oakhurst of Skookum, and Samantha Schreiner of iTriage. Continue reading
The Portland Startup scene is thriving, and EdgeLink is excited to be involved with the entrepreneurs and business leaders who are celebrating this growth. On February 5, EdgeLink’s Direct Hire Services Manager, Mark Schacter, hosted a panel of experts at the Portland Startup Week event, discussing “Strategies for Building a World-Class Tech Team.” Continue reading
EdgeLink is excited to be hosting an event at the Portland Startup Week, taking place February 2 – 6, 2015. EdgeLink’s event, “Learn from the Experts – Strategies for Building a World-Class Tech Team,” will be at 11am on Thursday, February 5.
Portland’s Startup Week is a conference that focuses on entrepreneurship in the community. The event presents opportunities to learn from guest speakers, community leaders and fellow entrepreneurs. From panels and discussions to networking and happy hours, Portland Startup Week is essentially a celebration of the community’s entrepreneurial spirit. Continue reading
This video introduces the panel and starts the discussion about reasons why people may (or may not) want to come work for your company.