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University of Colorado - Startups2Students 2011

Friday, March 11, 2011, 5pm-8pm in the Engineering Center at CU Boulder

Discovery Learning Center (note that parking is available in lots marked in pink on the map)


Important Update for Interested Companies: We have filled all the available presenting spots, but we still have non-presenting spots available for those who would like to network with CU Students.

Interested? Contact Ben Limmer (limmer {{at}} colorado {{dot}} edu).



Non-Presenting Companies: Due to the high volume of interest in this years event, we are opening more spots up for companies who want to network with Computer Science students, but will not be hiring. If you fall into this category, we encourage you to attend the event, but without a presentation slot. The reasoning behind this is that we really want to focus on the networking at the event and therefore have to keep the presentations limited in number and brief. I will give non-presenting companies a shout-out at the beginning of the event and encourage you to attend the networking portion of the event. You will also be added to the wiki for exposure to CS students. 


startups2students is a collaboration between the University of Colorado and the Boulder/Denver early stage entrepreneurial community. The goal is to introduce students interested in summer programming internships or jobs with early stage companies in the Boulder/Denver area to these companies, as well as to introduce the students to people who have chosen a career and life path of entrepreneurship.


After the success of the last two events, CSUAC (the Computer Science Undergraduate Advisory Committee) at CU will be hosting another event on March 10, 2011. This free event is open to graduate and undergraduate computer science students attending CU. Food and refreshments will be provided...it's chill and casual. The format will be similar to that of the 2009 and 2010 events, so check out the agenda by clicking the year you're interested in.


Previous Companies (2009 & 2010):

AppVenture, EventVue, Everlater*, Gnip*, GoldSystems, GreenBen, Inspiring Apps, JobSiteVisitor.com, MapMyFitness*, Name.com, Next Big Sound, Occipital, Printfection, Rally, ReadyTalk, Rebit, Record Nexus, ReturnPath, ShipCompliant, Six88, SocialEyes, Standing Cloud, StartUp Guru, SurveyGizmo, TechStars, TravelFli, Vision Link. 

* = Participant in 2009 & 2010


What to expect:

The event will start with brief presentations and insights from the participating companies. These presentations should be short (3 minutes) and expose students to the world of entrepreneurship and what each company does. During presentations, food will be provided. This will be followed by an informal chance to network (we recommend bringing business cards or the free iPhone application, Bump for use in networking). 



5: Getting Settled and Grabbing Food

5:30 - Introduction by the organizer, Ben Limmer

5:35 - 5:45: Special Presentation by Brad Feld, Managing Director at Foundry Group

5:45 - 7:00: Presentations (see below under participating companies -- this will be the order in which you present)

7 - 8:00 : Networking with students


Company Listing (2011):



MapMyFITNESS – Empowering Active Lifestyles! **
Kevin Callahan | Co-Founder, VP Product Management | kevin@mapmyfitness.com | MMF Username: kevin@mmf
1810 Blake Street • Denver, CO 80202
|P| 303.219.0910 |C| 858.731.6051 |F| 877.580.5129


Vision Link *

Speaker: Kyle Kuczun



Gold Systems - Speech Recognition and Communications Software

Speaker: Terry Gold, CEO, (p) 303.447.2774 "say Terry Gold"

4840 Pearl East Circle, Suite 106 | Boulder, CO 80301


StartUp Guru *

Speaker: Brian Tsuchiya, Founder

brian@StartUpGuru.com (m) 303.408.3671

6680 Gunpark Dr, Suite 200 Boulder, CO 80301


Everlater **

Speaker: Natty Zola, CEO



Return Path - Email Certification and Deliverability *

Presenters: Jeff Bull, Software Engineer & Andy Sautins, CTO

8001 Arista Place, Broomfield, CO



Beyond Credentials

Presenter: Andy O'Dower, Co-Founder

andy@beyondcredentials.com| 303-513-0469 | @odower


Feel The World, IncCinovation, Inc

Presenter: Steven Sashen, Founder & CEO

steven@invisibleshoe.com (303-447-3100) | info@scriptware.com (303-786-7899)


Giveo - Cause Marketing Software Platform
Presenters:  Ed Messman, CEO
1350 Pine Street #5, Boulder, CO  80302
303.931.4700 | ed@giveo.com


Callisto.fm, Inc. - Making discovering podcasts, and podcasting, a great experience.
Presenter: Travis Silverman, co-founder

http://twitter.com/invictrvs | travis@callisto.fm


The Mandelbrot Project, Inc. - Online Publishers & Revenue Streams

Presenter: Pete Sheinbaum, Founder & CEO

1050 Walnut Street, Suite 101, Boulder, CO, 80302


Collective Intellect - Real Time Social Analytics

Presenter: Greg Greenstreet, CTO

Downtown Boulder - 2040 14th Street, Boulder, CO 80302

greg@collectiveintellect.com | 720.259.3600


Trada, Inc. – An Internet advertising marketplace.
Presenter: Jeff Osborn, Evil Mad Scientist
1023 Walnut Street, Boulder CO 80302
www.trada.com | www.trada.com/blog | twitter.com/trada


Mapleton Hill Media - Application Development

Presenter: Paul Sabini, CEO

Downtown Boulder - 1942 Broadway Suite 501, Boulder, CO 80302



Rally (additional information coming soon)


Non-Presenting Positions



(* = participant in 2009 or 2010, ** = participant in 2009 & 2010)

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