Tuesday, May 03, 2011

I just sent out this media release about upcoming Denver IDEA Cafe speakers:

May 3, 2011

Contact: John Wren (303)861-1447

Free Startup Workshop Announces Upcoming Speakers.
Since 1994, free help for people starting a new career, project, campaign or new business.

DENVER—The Small Business Chamber of Commerce's free Denver IDEA Cafe Startup Workshop meets from 2 to 3:30 p.m. each Friday (except for some holiday weekends) at Panera Bread, 13th and Grant in Denver. Speakers and brainstorming. Other IDEA Cafes are starting in cooperation with local chambers of commerce. For speaker this Friday and more information see http://www.sbccblog.com/ or call (303)861-1447.

May 6, Speaking on the topic, "my startup experience," will be Mary Winter http://www.denverpost.com/, Dave Pearson http://www.pearsonpetservices.com/.

May 13, "How I started my career and my dental practice," will be the topic of Dr. Charles Barotz http://www.barotzdental.com/

May 20, Greg Moore, Editor http://www.denverpost.com/, on "Startup experience from my career in journalism."

Since 1994, the Denver IDEA Cafe has been helping people who are starting in a new direction by providing a free forum where successful people share their startup experience and then brainstorm specific questions or problems.

IDEA is an acronym for: I= Inspiration or Identify the Problem; D= Develop Alternatives; E= Evaluate the Alternatives; and A= take Action. The meeting is free and open to anyone who is starting a new career, a new campaign or project, or a new business.


John S. Wren, MBA+ http://www.JohnWren.com or http://Facebook.com/John.S.Wren is the founder of the new, free Small Business Chamber of Commerce http://sbccblog.com/ or http://Facebook.com/Small.Business.Chamber Contact Wren at (303)861-1447 or JohnSWren@aol.com.

Sunday, May 01, 2011

Joint No Labels/Small Business Chamber/ Denver Speakers Corner meeting this afternoon, Sunday, May 1, 3 pm, at Panera Bread, 13th & Grant here in Denver. Join us if you want to discuss how we can bring about better decision making in politics and government. More info and optional RSVP at Small Business Chamber of Commerce.