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Boulder Magazine Summer 2014
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Great locally focused content, interactive
features! You can ‘flip’ through the pages
of our virtual edition, just like the print version,
right on your screen.

Read the Summer Virtual Edition!

Business Events in Boulder County

Business Events
Summer 2014

Boulder Chamber

The Boulder Chamber, at 2440 Pearl St., hosts business-skills seminars, weekly leads groups, women’s leadership groups, Business After Hours and other programs; see www.boulderchamber.com for details and to register.

  • June 5: Women Who Light the Community, annual awards dinner, 3:30-6:30pm

Boulder County Arts Alliance

BCAA hosts Business of Arts workshops for artists, with topics like grant writing and audience development. 303-447-2422; www.bouldercountyarts.org.

Boulder County Independent Business Alliance

BIBA hosts two series that bring together local business owners for lunchtime and happy-hour networking, plus meetings and how-to sessions. See www.boulderiba.org for event details.

  • June 12: BIBA Bash, first annual event with activities to help build connections, 5-8pm

Coffee & Connections

Tuesdays & Fridays: Weekly networking groups in Longmont allow business professionals to meet and interact with others and enhance their marketing by sharing success stories. Tuesday co-ed meetings are at Kay Carol Gallery and Priscilla Working Art Studio, 364 Main St.; Friday meetings, for women, are at Guaranty Bank, 401 Main St. Both start at 8:30am. Nominal $5 fee goes to nonprofits in the community. Check the Coffee and Connections Facebook page for updates or see www.coffeeandconnections.com.

Colorado Green Building Guild

CGBG is a nonprofit trade association of building professionals promoting healthier, resource-efficient homes and workplaces. The group hosts monthly lunch presentations, roundtable discussions, house tours, member happy hours and other resources for professionals, homeowners and students. 303-447-0901; www.coloradogreenbuildingguild.org.

Where Women Thrive

1st & 3rd Wednesdays: Where Women Thrive is a networking group for businesswomen; each meeting features a guest speaker. 2-4pm at 5723 Arapahoe; please RSVP to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .