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University of Colorado - Startups2Students 2010

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University of Colorado - Startups2Students 2010

March 11, 2010, 6:30-9:00p (latest) in the Engineering Center at CU Boulder

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

 

 

WE HAVE REACHED OUR CAP OF 15 PARTICIPATING COMPANIES FOR THIS YEAR'S EVENT. WE ARE EXCITED TO HAVE SUCH AN INTEREST IN THE EVENT AND APPRECIATE THE SUPPORT FROM THE DENVER/BOULDER STARTUP COMMUNITY. CSUAC HOLDS THIS EVENT EVERY YEAR (so if you didn't make it this year, we will look forward to seeing you next year). THANKS AGAIN! --BEN

 

CSUAC (the Computer Science Undergrad Advisory Committee) is currently seeking entrepreneurs in the Boulder/Denver area who are interested in networking with the CU computer science community at startup2students 2010. Interested? Contact Ben Limmer and sign up on our eventbrite

 

startups2students is a collaboration between the University of Colorado and the Boulder and 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 some young people who have chosen a career and life path of entrepreneurship.

 

After the success of last year's event, CSUAC (the Computer Science Undergraduate Advisory Committee) at CU will be hosting another event on March 11, 2010. 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 event, so check out last years agenda here.

 

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).

 

Schedule:

6:30: Getting Settled and Introduction by CSUAC Members

6:40 - 7:40: Presentations (see below under participating companies -- this will be the order in which you present)

7:40 - 9 (latest): Networking with students

 

Download the Company Brochure

 

Participating companies (startups2students 2010) --

MapMyFitness

Speaker: Kevin Callahan, Co-founder, VP Product Development (**)

kevin@mapmyfitness.com | (p) 303.219.0910 | (f) 877.580.5129

1433 17th Street Suite 200, Denver, CO 80202

 

Next Big Sound (looking for interns and full time employees)

Speaker: Alex White, CEO, (p) 607.351.1039

alex@nextbigsound.com

 

JobSiteVisitor.com

Speaker: Brian Sweeney, (p) 303.257.2465

brian@jobsitevisitor.com

 

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

 

Record Nexus - Mobile Healthcare Apps (e.g. ePrescribing on iPhone, Droid and Google Nexus One)

Speaker: Shane Taylor and Liam Davis-Mead, Co-Founders

staylor@recordnexus.com

ldavismead@recordnexus.com

Presentation

 

ReturnPath

Speaker: George Bilbrey (co-founder) and Andy Sautins (CTO)

Application Form

Presentation

 

StartUp Guru

Speaker: Brian Tsuchiya, Founder

brian@StartUpGuru.com (m) 303.408.3671

6680 Gunpark Dr, Suite 200 Boulder, CO 80301

 

AppVenture

Speaker: Fernando Cardenas, CEO

 

Standing Cloud

Speaker: David Jilk, CEO

1401 Walnut Street, Suite 100 Boulder, CO 80302

dave@jilk.com

 

Everlater

Speaker: Natty Zola, CEO (**)

natty@everlater.com

 

GreenBen Inc.

Speaker: Julie Cobb

julie@greenben.net

 

Rebit: Ridiculously Simple Backups

Speaker: Priyan Guneratne, Sr. VP Engineering

priyang@rebit.com 720.204.3360

Presentation

 

Vision Link

Speaker: Kyle Kuczun

kuczun@visionlink.org

 

Gnip

Speaker: Jud Valeski (**)

jud@gnip.com

 

Inspiring Apps iPhone, Web and Desktop Apps

Speakers: Brad Weber, President and Jay Crain, COO

brad@inspiringapps.com | jay@inspiringapps.com

1045 Pearl Street, Boulder, CO

Presentation

 

ike (looking for motivated web and app developers

Speaker: Ryan Callahan, co-founder

ikeinc@me.com | 303-808-4666

 

(**) indicates that the speaker was also present at startups2students 2009.

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