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Weldon Long was sitting in a prison cell when it occurred to him that his thoughts represented his actions. Continue Reading Local businessman, author to speak at PVG meeting

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The Peak Venture Group will spin out one of its flagship programs, the Middle Market Entrepreneurs, into its own nonprofit organization with the goal of better serving early stage entrepreneurs and those established in the middle market. MME, which launched in 2007, will be an independent stand-alone non-profit entity under the Pikes Peak Community Foundation… Continue Reading Middle Market Entrepreneurs will stand on its own

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On the dimly lit stage at Johnny’s Navajo Hogan bar and restaurant, Al Ortiz stepped up to the mic and cleared his throat. He wasn’t there to tell jokes or sing karaoke. It was “Pitch Night” and he had five minutes to convince the audience that his idea about an auto parts inventory web site… Continue Reading Entrepreneur ideas still starving for dollars

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The Colorado Springs Regional Economic Development Corp.  and Peak Venture Group are accepting nominations for the 2011 Excellence in Local Industry and Celebrate Technology Awards. The EDC Excellence in Local Industry joins the Peak Venture Group for its Celebrate Technology Awards for one combined event, which will be Nov. 9 at The Broadmoor. EDC awards are… Continue Reading Industry and technology award nominations underway

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Peak Venture Group wants to hear your pitch

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Peak Venture Group is launching a new program this month that aims to tap into the hearts and spirits of budding entrepreneurs. The group, which has provided mentorship to up-and-coming entrepreneurs since 2000, is hosting a series of “Pitch Nights” – non-threatening nights where people with business, invention or product ideas can come, make a… Continue Reading Peak Venture Group wants to hear your pitch

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Cameron McCaig gave the big presentation. Now he and co-founder Kathleen Meyer play the waiting game. Will their start-up company, The Trestle Project, be successful? Will it attract investors? What about the beta users they need for their on-line virtual connection service for professionals and clients? Meyer and McCaig followed the advice of their Peak… Continue Reading Hopeful entrepreneurs make their pitch to the PVG

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No cash? Then it’s time to get creative

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“When you wake up in the morning and need some money for your business, you may think you need cash,” said Karl Dakin, CEO of DaVinci Quest LLC. “But you can leverage publicity instead of cash.” Dakin was part of a panel of speakers featured during a Peak Venture Group seminar, “Alternatives for Injecting Cash… Continue Reading No cash? Then it’s time to get creative

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