Denver Startup Week is approaching, and we wanted to provide you with a quick and dirty list of what Quick Left is looking most forward to attending, hosting, or doing next week.
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Since day 1, Quick Left has participated in Boulder Startup Week. And as with the finer things in life that get better with age (wine, cheese, leather boots, cast iron, medical advancements, wisdom, Daniel Craig), so does the 5th annual week-long affair that is startup week. This year, I stepped up my game and volunteered to be the Adventure Track leader for the week in addition to our normal, over-the-top involvement as a company. From hackfests and panels to office chair races and celebrity yoga, there's something for everyone.
Clutch, a Washington, DC-based B2B research and review firm that identifies top service and software firms in the technology and marketing industry, published an update identifying leading web design and web development firms based in the Pacific Northwest. The research leverages the proprietary Leaders Matrix methodology, mapping each firm's focus on web design, web development and E-commerce development against their ability to deliver world-class results for their clients.
Entrepreneurs, developers, media and participants of Portland, thank you. Your city embraced the first Portland Startup Week like no other. Of all the Startup Weeks and Weekends I’ve participated in, this was the first that had live television coverage onsite and a constant stream of articles published for the general public as a whole – not just those involved in the tech and startup scene. Way to engage your entire community – maybe Boulder and Denver will do this in 2015 (hint, hint)! Here’s my Portland Startup Week recap complete with published articles in business journals, techie bloggers, mainstream TV coverage, 140-character tweets, pictures and one amazing keynote from my very first hackfest as a participant and not just the host!
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