Every week, we dig through our events calendar and hand-select five Colorado tech events worth checking out. This week offers plenty of opportunities for local tech professionals to learn new skills or develop existing ones. Here are the events that should be on your calendar this week.
Key legal issues in which salespeople must be well versed, November 13 at 5:30 p.m.
When managing and partnering with clients, it’s important for sales professionals to understand the laws that bind the relationship. At this Colorado Technology Association event, you’ll hear from a panel of local lawyers about the biggest legal issues facing sales professionals today — from negotiating contracts to understanding liability and intellectual property laws.
Pitch Lab workshop: How to be a more engaging speaker, November 14 at 5:30 p.m.
Join Pitch Lab for this two-hour workshop on how to incorporate techniques from improv comedy into your pitch. Standup comedians Jay May and Nancy Norton will share tips from stage to help founders, salespeople and entrepreneurs become more engaging and interesting speakers.
Wine and wireframes, November 15 at 6 p.m.
Are you an aspiring UX designer or startup founder? Do you learn best with a glass of wine in your hand? Check out this is the wine-fueled workshop from General Assembly about the basics of wireframing and user experience, and hang around for a brief info session about their part-time UX design course.
Scaling culture: Focusing on strengths to "GSD" with Choozle, November 15 at 6 p.m.
As companies grow, culture becomes both increasingly important and increasingly hard to maintain. Hear from Choozle CTO John Schnipkoweit as he discusses how the company has transformed its culture as its scaled, moving away from traditional, hierarchical management structures and empowering employees at every level to “get shit done.”
Women's Entrepreneurship Day Colorado 2017, November 17 at 8 a.m.
Women’s Entrepreneurship Day was started in 2014 as a global initiative to celebrate, support and empower both women in business and young women pursuing careers in business. This year, Women Who Startup is bringing the event to Colorado, along with local female business leaders who will share their experiences launching and growing businesses.