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Raising money and helping people with big challenges 1484_ 12/30/13 - CereScan has become a center of excellence for looking at functional brain injury, how people's brains are performing or not, and working with companies that potentially have solutions or remedies for some of those problems", said John Kelley, Chairman of the Board and CEO. John and Rick Fort, president and COO of CereScan are very excited about this. It has opened a lot of doors around the country, to some of the most innovative therapies. At the same time, creating opportunities for CereScan's expansion outside of Colorado. Of course, CereScan is on the assessment side, not a therapy company and that allows them to work as an independent, objective resource for those therapy companies as they do research. CereScan has established their first clinic in Naples, Florida, enabling a Nuclear Medicine facility to be able to do brain imaging. John pointed out that at its core, CereScan is a measurement company, so their partnering, being part of a team, they're really trying to solve some of the most complex brain disorders that people are experiencing today. That's a real opportunity for us to move, to collaborate, perhaps even locate where those therapeutic companies are. John explains, "There is a very well known non-profit in California, the Tug McGraw Foundation. Their plank is to help use donated monies to address certain brain problems. CereScan is one of the few entities that they have teamed up with. For our listeners, people like us that do charitable things in the community, something that is really helpful, that we've been able to, across the country, is to have people donate money to the Tug McGraw Foundation and Visible Brain Injury Project..." Listen for much more... RELATED LINKS: CereScan || Tug McGraw Foundation || TiE Rockies John Kelley || Innovation Pavilion || Software || KEYWORDS: John Kelley, Rick Fort, CereScan, Tug McGraw Foundation, Traumatic Brain
Injury, TBI, ADHD, ADD, Bipolar Disorder, Depression, Anxiety, Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, Veterans, bytes= 8970974 LISTEN TO: John Kelley & Rick Fort, Cerescan
It can mean new business models around healthcare 1480_ 12/16/13 - We are back with Kate Tallman, Interim Associate Vice President of Technology Transfer Office, University of Colorado. Now at the system level for the first time, Kate tells us she has a great opportunity to understand what's going on at CU Denver and the medical campus in particular. It's very interesting to learn about healthcare innovations and all the research they have going on there. It's a new area, but an old area for Kate. She started her career doing financial analysis of hospitals and healthcare. So, she says, "I'm coming full circle now in seeing the business of healthcare. There was a wonderful conference put on by Silicon Flatirons Center called, 'The Future of Healthcare Innovation'." Kate said "investors are now getting very interested in healthcare services. This can mean a lot of things. It can mean new business models around healthcare. Providers can optimize the care they deliver to patients. A lot of information technology was patient's data - all of these areas are becoming increasingly valuable as we move into the era of healthcare reform. As this gets implemented healthcare systems are going to need to demonstrate that they can deliver quality outcomes for patients. This is an untapped opportunity because..." listen for more... RELATED LINKS: CU Technology Transfer Office || CU TTO Channel || TTO Blog || CU TTO || Blog || KEYWORDS: Kate Tallman, Technology Transfer Office, University of Colorado, TTO, Health
Care, Industry Research Funding, Innovation, Commercialization, Industry Relationships, bytes=4781351 LISTEN TO: Kate Tallman, Interim Associate Vice President, Technology Transfer Office, University of Colorado
Planning Calendar - Special Events - Conferences - Monthly Meetings 1482_ 1/2/12 - It's that time of the year again, and we don't want you to miss out on the opportunity to get your events noticed. Submit your special events and monthly meetings…
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The key is making your application more functional
1476_ 12/9/13 -
Recently we spoke to Mark Geene, CEO and co-founder of Cloud-Elements. He said, "We are very excited about the big opportunity, integrating cloud services together, allowing companies to focus on building their core unique functionalities - something they were excited about building vs. all the plumbing and connecting cloud services together. We are an API [Application Programming Interfaces] management services company. API's are used to stitch application interfaces together and essentially Cloud-Elements provide a unique way of integrating lots of cloud services into our client's applications. So if they need to connect to document services they could write to one API and connect to all those leading document services. Same thing for CRM, customer service, payment services, etc., and do that at a fraction of the cost and time that it would take to custom develop." Their primary customers are startups and S&B services although they do have some larger enterprises working with them, (Dropbox, ViaWest, Photobucket...) but the main target is...
Economy Builders ||
Mastering Change ||
KEYWORDS: Mark Geene, Cloud-Elements, API, Application Programming Interfaces, Startups, S&B services, Dropbox, ViaWest, Photobucket, Galvanize, Entrepreneurs, > bytes=4908411
LISTEN TO: Mark Geene, CEO / CoFounder, Cloud-Elements
Financial capital, angel investors, institutional venture capitalists
1472_ 12/2/13 -
With a 16 year career - and a lot of startup, building and exiting experience, Jim Deters, the founder / managing director of Galvanize wanted to build a platform that basically solved a lot of the problems he had encountered when building his own companies. The problems really revolved around three things, having a flexible workspace and having like minded people around, it was having and finding more human capital - more software engineers, more great talent to add to his team and of course, finding the financial capital, angel investors or institutional venture capitalists to invest in a new company. So basically, Jim said, "We put all of those under one roof here at Galvanize to coalesce with ecosystems on those three big problems." Summarizing, the three big C's, as they say at Galvanize, are Community, Capital and Curriculum... oh, and they've added Coffee to that list. Larry asked, "How do you recruit companies for this space?" So they opened October 22, 2012 - moved in with 17 companies and from that nucleus they now have about 150 companies... listen for more...
Mastering Change ||
Podcasting Directory ||
KEYWORDS: Jim Deters, Galvanize, Entrepreneurs, Financial Capital, Angel
Investors, Institutional Venture Capitalists, Community, Capital, Curriculum, bytes=6904166
LISTEN TO: Jim Deters, Founder/Managing Director, Galvanize
A mobile application for
social event planning
1474_ 12/2/13 -
My Hub is a mobile application for social event planning. The premise is essentially on a daily basis, when we get our friends together, we spend a lot of time doing group text messages, emails, a lot of phone calls and you're constantly on your device trying to coordinate with friends. So we look at that and we see a pretty big opportunity where that whole process can be flushed out and a little more efficient and we can bring almost more creativity to it. With My Hub, the app, allows people to create events very quickly - as well as fund those events through a couple of different ways - and ultimately invite their friends to get people together for fun adventures in the mountains or outside, etc. And, it can be used to plan anything from your next activity to this weekend or something a month in advance. As part of the application you can see what your friends are doing as well as plan your own events. The neat thing about it is I can potentially go into the app and see what my friends are doing across the country in New York or locate...
My Hub App ||
Economy Builders ||
PodCasting Directory ||
Mastering Change ||
KEYWORDS: Eric Hubbell, MyHubApp, Mobile Application, Chris Onan, Galvanize,
Entrepreneurs, Colorado, Create Events, Apps > bytes=3652025
LISTEN TO: Eric Hubbell, CEO/Founder MyHubApp
Business Leaders making a big difference
1483_ 12/30/13 - Reaching out to and supporting the community is what the Community Reach Channel is all about. Sponsored by CIMCO a company known for organizing and supporting numerous community efforts. We have featured fabulous companies and business leaders who are changing the environment of our entire state in meaningful and positive ways. They have helped individuals and whole communities to create a better quality of life for people far and wide. And, we recognize with gratitude, the sacrifices of our military, their families and the special individuals who serve those less fortunate.
If you know of any people or companies that should be interviewed, let us know. Email: email@example.com RELATED LINKS: Community Reach || CIMCO || Social Entrepreneurship || Business and Social Enterprise Awards Photos (12/3/13) || KEYWORDS: Community Reach, High-Profile Leaders, Social Responsibility, Business Leaders, Corporate Culture, Profitability,
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STRATEGIZE - DESIGN - DEVELOP - ANALYZE 1479_ 12/16/13 - Another fabulous entrepreneur; A women who has started an “IT” company. Lucy Sanders, the CEO for the National Center for Women and Information Technology or NCWIT, is back with another in the series of interviews with fabulous entrepreneurs. Lucy is joined be Larry Nelson, co-founder of w3w3.com Talk Radio. This series focuses on women who have started “IT” companies in a variety of sectors, all of whom have just fabulous stories to tell us, about being entrepreneurs. Today we are interviewing Sian Morson the Founder and CEO of Kollective Mobile. Kollective Mobile is a mobile development agency that focuses on bringing mobile solutions to start-ups and agencies. Sian also speaks and writes about mobile strategy for a number of publications and also works with a variety of non-profits working to bridge the digital divide. She is an advisor to Learning Gateway and Exposure Camp. Sian Morson is a tech entrepreneur, mobile evangelist and strategist. In 2010, Sian founded Kollective Mobile to help other businesses and startups with mobile development and strategy. A seasoned digital professional, Sian has worked with many high profile clients to deliver large web builds and campaigns for popular brands. Her diverse skill-set includes marketing, advertising, mobile strategy, business management and thought leadership. She works closely with her partners and clients to assist them in achieving their overall business objectives...listen for much more... RELATED LINKS: Kollective Mobile || NCWIT Home || NCWIT Blog || Heroes Channel || KEYWORDS: Sian Morson, Kollective Mobile, Lucy Sanders, National Center for Women in
Technology, NCWIT, Women, Girls, Technology, Mobile Solutions, bytes=15227823 LISTEN TO: Sian Morson, CEO/Founder, Kollective Mobile
Exciting work underway for TBI, Alzheimer's... 1481_ 12/16/13 - We last interviewed Rick Fort, at TiE Rockies following a presentation by John Kelley about CereScan, that was about a year ago. CereScan is a brain imaging company that uses advanced technologies to provide evaluative information for a variety of different neurological disorders and neuro-psychiatric disorders. For example when CereScan does a scan of a person's brain; the scan will show things like evidence of Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, and other kinds of dementia. The scan will show evidence of traumatic brain injuries and toxic brain injuries. On the neuro-psychiatric side they can see evidence of ADHD and ADD, bipolar disorder, depression, anxiety, a variety of different disorders that people experience, and when you think about it, all of these disorders begin in the brain, and that is what CereScan does. Larry asked Rick who is now the President and COO of CereScan about who might use this technology and Rick told us, elderly people having memory problems or feel like they're not solving problems as well as they used to may want to come in to see if there is anything going on. CereScan is in the middle of launching a study to work with veterans who have been exposed to numerous concussive events. The study will look at a specific treatment for TBI, [Traumatic Brain Injury]. The symptoms of TBI are varied. We are also looking at a study of Alzheimer's patients. CereScan will do a pre-treatment scan and then a post treatment scan. What our scans are measuring are organic changes in the brain, following treatment. Essentially... listen for more. RELATED LINKS: CereScan || Communication Technologies || TiE Rockies || Innovation Pavilion || Software || KEYWORDS: Rick Fort, CereScan, Tug McGraw Foundation, Traumatic Brain Injury, TBI,
ADHD, ADD, Bipolar Disorder, Depression, Anxiety, Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, Veterans > bytes=3652025 LISTEN TO: Rick Fort, President and COO, CereScan
Enhancing customer loyalty, corporate culture and profitability
1475_ 12/9/13 -
Colorado leaders discussed how social responsibility can enhance customer loyalty, corporate culture and profitability. At the ACG 7th Annual Business & Social Enterprise event the keynote speaker was Peter Swinburn is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Molson Coors Brewing Company. Chris Pelley’s definition of social entrepreneurs is, 1.) It’s people who are going to use creative thinking in solving any problem. 2.) The notion of using real business principals and business drivers for the best results is also an important issue. 3.) Sustainability." Swinburn has been in the global beer industry for more than 30 years and has held various senior roles in marketing, retail management and sales. Swinburn joined Molson Coors in 2002 during the Coors Brewers, Ltd. acquisition in the U.K. Prior to his current role, Swinburn was President and Chief Executive Officer of Coors Brewing Company, the U.S. subsidiary of Molson Coors Brewing Company, a role he took in October 2007. From 2005 to 2007, Swinburn was CEO of Coors Brewers Limited, another ...listen for much more...
Molson Coors ||
Community Reach ||
Social Entrepreneurship Channel ||
ACG Denver Channel ||
CIMCO Private Wealth ||
KEYWORDS: Peter Swinburn, Molson Coors, Annual Business & Social Enterprise, ACG,
Coors Brewing, Social Responsibility, Sustainability, Customer Loyalty, Corporate Culture, Profitability, > bytes=9750468
LISTEN TO: Peter Swinburn, CEO, Molson Coors
Federal grants are just getting more and more competitive
1471_ 12/2/13 -
We are speaking with Kate Tallman the Interim Associate Vice President of Technology Transfer Office, University of Colorado. There's been a lot happening and we're checking in with Kate for an update. Kate took on this role July 1st when Tom Smerdon moved to Texas. Tom had focused on how the TTO could serve the Universities desire to increase industry research funding and how we all work together on that. Now Kate's taken up that cause and there have been initiatives at the president's level as well as the Boulder Campus level to increase interactions with industry and so, Kate said, "Our office needs to adapt our practices to support that. It used to be when you thought of commercialization and industry at the University of Colorado, you thought of the Technology Transfer Office. But now, innovation, commercialization and industry relationships are the highest priorities at the highest levels. So things are really changing quickly and... listen for more...
RELATED LINKS: CU Technology Transfer Office ||
CU TTO Channel ||
TTO Blog ||
CU TTO ||
Podcast Directory ||
KEYWORDS: Kate Tallman, Technology Transfer Office, University of Colorado, TTO,
Industry Research Funding, Innovation, Commercialization, Industry Relationships, > bytes=9750468
LISTEN TO: Kate Tallman, Interim Associate Vice President, Technology Transfer Office, University of Colorado
They had the artistic talent but lacked the technology talent
1473_ 12/2/13 -
Jenna Walker, her sister and husband, all professional photographers and artists in their own right, came to Galvanize last July to start their business, Artifact Uprising. Now they had the artistic talent but lacked the technology talent and startup knowledge necessary to make their dream a reality. They've created Artifact Uprising to bring back the beauty of the tangible. Jenna said, "We live in this amazing digital world, our camera phones are awesome but we all feel we want to leave things behind that are tangible for our families and for ourselves." So they were inspired to start a company where people could go and design beautiful high quality things of their photos and leave them behind for generations to come, in a more tangible form. We asked about the challenges facing new entrepreneurs. Initially it wasn't so challenging because, "We didn't know what we didn't know." Keeping up with the growth of the company has been hard because there are so many things they needed to accomplish that they weren't aware of... Listen for more...
Artifact Uprising ||
Economy Builders ||
Mastering Change ||
KEYWORDS: Jenna Walker, Artifact Uprising, Professional Photographers, Artists,
Galvanize, Digital World, Technology Company, > bytes=6681812
LISTEN TO: Jenna Walker, CoFounder, Artifact Uprising