Being mired in the world of startups is tough business. It’s easy just to bury your head and work all hours, but sometimes it helps to take a look up and see what’s going on around you.
Here are a few announcements/events/interesting tidbits that caught our eye in the community this week.
Women and Impact: Boulder
Tuesday, April 10, 2018; 5:30pm – 7:30pm
Private Home in Boulder (register for exact location)
In April we will have Lizelle van Vuuren from the Women Who Startup Foundation, Arieann DeFazio from Kitables, and Hannah Davis from Techstars Sustainability Accelerator in Partnership with the Nature Conservancy (and previously MergeLane), who will share some of the opportunities for engaging with their work. There will be plenty of time for networking and learning about other opportunities from the broader network as well. (And delicious food and wine, of course!)
Boulder Open Coffee Club
Tuesday, April 17, 2018; 8:00am – 9:00am
Boulder Open Coffee Club is an informal meetup that serves as a great way to take the pulse of the startup community. BOCC begins with newcomer introductions followed by job and event announcements. The balance of the hour is a group discussion about startups, with topics including new products, industry trends, and other current events.
Founder Hour with Kim Jordan: New Belgium Brewing
Thursday, May 10, 2018; 6:00pm – 7:30pm
Galvanize BoulderColorado founders and the movements they have built. Join the Boulder community for the fourth Galvanize Founder Hour, featuring Kim Jordan. We’ll dive into the hidden details that have shaped Kim’s narrative; getting no-holds-barred glimpses into her journey.
Essentials of Sustainable Packaging Training Course
Wednesday, May 16, 2018; 8:30am – 5:00pm ($125)
The Essentials of Sustainable Packaging is a one day training course designed to give you the knowledge and resources you need to help your company take meaningful action toward packaging sustainability. The course offers a comprehensive introduction to sustainability considerations that apply to the entire packaging life cycle: sourcing, design, recovery, and beyond.