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Monday, February 27
 

9:00am MST

How Coworking Can Save You From Destitution
Limited Capacity filling up

In a world where you can work from anywhere, why cowork? Hear from members of four Fort Collins coworking spaces about how being a part of a coworking community can supercharge your skills, connections and success as a solopreneur, freelancer or non-profit.
Moderator: Angel Kwiatkowski, Founder, fo(co)works (Fort Collins Coworking Alliance).
Julie Sutter (Cohere)
Aaron Todd (Cohere)
Logan Hale (Articulate)
Sara Durnil (The Music District)

Moderators
avatar for Angel Kwiatkowski

Angel Kwiatkowski

Founder, Cohere Coworking
Angel Kwiatkowski is the founder of Cohere, the first and largest community-managed shared office space in Fort Collins, Colorado. Since its opening in 2010, Cohere has helped more than 1,500 local freelancers and remote employees integrate in their community to achieve professional... Read More →

Speakers
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Sara Durnil

Partner / Musician Manager, Maple Street Music Agency
Sara is a graduate of Colorado State University (B.A. in Speech Communication, Broadcasting). She has worked in sales, marketing, quality assurance, training, and fundraising for more than 20 years. Her experience in the music business dates back to 1990 when she worked as as an intern... Read More →
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Logan Hale

Creative Director, V3 Media
Logan Hale is the Creative Director at V3 Media Marketing, a commercial video strategy, production and marketing company. V3 Media Marketing specializes in helping companies promote their brands, products and services with modern marketing techniques that leverage the power of video... Read More →
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Julie Sutter

Community Manager, The Music District
Writer. Reader. Meeter-greeter. Bike liker. Arts and culture advocate. Helicopters, sushi, documentary films, live music, dead poets, public radio, college basketball, kittens, puns and televised awards shows. Not necessarily in that order.
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Aaron Todd

Lead Software Engineer, IntereExchange
I've been working as a Software Engineer since the first internet bubble. I only played a small part in that fiasco - at least that's all the prosecution could prove. I'm an Australian that moved to the US in 2014 and am an avid weight lifter and cannabis enthusiast. I really enjoy... Read More →


Monday February 27, 2017 9:00am - 10:00am MST
Community Creative Center - Idea Lab
 
Tuesday, February 28
 

9:00am MST

Work-life balance for entrepreneurs: Staying happy and healthy while building a business
Limited Capacity seats available

Learn how the 80/20 rule applies to your work and life as we discuss how to build a successful business without sacrificing your health and happiness, including top tips for creating healthy habits, improving productivity, and focusing your efforts on what will get results in your business without burning you out!

Speakers
avatar for Chrysta Bairre

Chrysta Bairre

Career Coach | Speaker | Author, Live Love Work
Chrysta Bairre is a career coach, speaker, author, and founder of Live Love Work. Chrysta works with women who want more from life and career. Her clients increase their professional impact and income-- so they can say no in business, make more money, and find happiness in and out... Read More →


Tuesday February 28, 2017 9:00am - 10:00am MST
Community Creative Center - Gallery

1:00pm MST

Endurance Is The Price Tag of Achievement
Limited Capacity seats available

Startup life is all about tenacity. Sometimes your plans may become obsolete as society (or technology) evolves. Sometimes the community doesn't hold as much value in your product as they once did before. And sometimes the toll of startup life almost kills you. I've been there. Most (sane) people throw in the towel and quit when the going gets tough, and I've found that "fail fast" doesn't always work in Fort Collins. Entrepreneurs generally aren't sane nor do they quit easily. I'll share how our foray into market research got us ready for a pivot and how burnout led to new business perspective.

Speakers
avatar for Kristin Mastre

Kristin Mastre

Founder, The Scoop Blog Network
Kristin Mastre has been writing for many years, starting with her family blog in 2005. Her personal family blog had been highlighted on NewParent.com and various other parenting blogs around the world after writing about the challenges of pregnancy, parenthood and the adventures of... Read More →


Tuesday February 28, 2017 1:00pm - 2:00pm MST
Downtown Artery

6:00pm MST

From Solopreneur to Multi-Person Business
Limited Capacity filling up

Calling all Solopreneurs! This month’s Fort Collins Internet Pros meetup is a collaboration with Fort Collins Startup Week. Look forward to a 45-minute roundtable discussion with local business owners, followed by audience Q&A. Panelists will share their tips and experiences as Solopreneurs—growing their businesses from one-person shops to team-supported enterprises.

Speakers
avatar for Nick Armstrong

Nick Armstrong

Geek-in-Chief, WTF Marketing
I’m Nick Armstrong: the Geek-in-Chief behind WTF Marketing, dad, author, Ignite, PechaKucha, Startup Week, and TEDx speaker, audio drama enthusiast, and award-winning entrepreneur.I’ve co-organized community events like Fort Collins Comic ConStartup Week Fort Collins, TE... Read More →
avatar for Mary Merritt

Mary Merritt

President and CEO, NerdyMind
Mary is the CEO of NerdyMind, a technical agency that focuses on app development, web development, and digital marketing. Outside of NerdyMind, Mary enjoys studying the fine art of woodworking, playing mandolin, writing, watching movies, cooking, strength training, and pretending... Read More →
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Patrick Quinn

Co-Founder, CEO & CTO, Webapper Services, LLC
Software architect (#AWS / #lucee / #coldfusion), author (@youdidwhatbook, #breastcancer), social scientist (#uchicago). The future is blindingly bright.
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Ron Zasadzinski

CEO & Founder, CodeGeek
Physicist, pilot & entrepreneur. Ron started started CodeGeek in 2002, a web design and development company that has grown to 10 employees and serves clients large and small including Comedy Works, ViaSat, the National Park Service, UL, and more. Ron is involved in a number of ventures... Read More →


Tuesday February 28, 2017 6:00pm - 8:00pm MST
FVC Mesh Fort Collins
 
Thursday, March 2
 

10:00am MST

Freelance Do's and Don'ts
Limited Capacity full
Adding this to your schedule will put you on the waitlist.

Freelancing can a liberating and terrifying experience all at the same time. Come hear from some seasoned freelancers and learn about what you need to know before jumping into this role.

Moderators
avatar for Aari Lotfipour

Aari Lotfipour

CEO & Founder, Jalapeno Inventive
Aari is the co-founder and CEO of Jalapeño Inventive. He began dabbling in cryptocurrency trading and launched the company in San Antonio, Texas in 2014 with the desire to make cryptocurrency accessible to the masses. After moving the company to Fort Collins in 2015 he established... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Chris Radliff

Chris Radliff

COO/CMO, Jalapeño Inventive
Chris has more than 20 years experience Assembling and leading design teams, designing and developing multimedia projects, and creating strategies for business. He has taught multimedia authoring techniques at the Academy of Art College in San Francisco, developed interactive courseware... Read More →
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Marshal Smith

Radial Development
Marshall Smith has been doing front-end development since 1996. Several years ago, he transitioned to being a full-stack developer writing Python and Ruby on the back-end. He leads operations and front-end expertise at Radial. A gigging musician and avid skier, Marshall has a passion... Read More →
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Darlington Wleh

RADD Creative
Darlington has been in the web space since 2009. I started a full-service web studio in 2013 which was recently renamed to RADD Creative with the vision of creating a community of creative artisans passionate about helping small businesses thrive on the interwebs. Our team at RADD... Read More →
avatar for Emily Zaynard

Emily Zaynard

Emily is a creative director and a freelance graphic, print and web designer. She is the Creative Director for Rocky Mountain Publishing; producers of RM Parent magazine, 50 & Better magazine and Ride magazine. She works with Fortified Collaborations using print design to unite and... Read More →


Thursday March 2, 2017 10:00am - 11:30am MST
FVC Mesh Fort Collins