Bradford Rand, CEO of Cyber Security Summit USA joins us once again. This time, joining Bradford is Automox CEO and Founder, Jay Prassl. Together Jay and Bradford talk about their role in the cybersecurity industry as well as why you should make it a point to attend the 3rd annual summit. Find more information here: https://www.cobrt.com/radio/cyber-denver
Ed Sealover, Denver Business Journal Reporter joins us to talk about his article series, Capitol Business Preview. Each week Ed summarizes what business leaders need to know from current legislation, so you don’t have to do the digging. Find more information here: https://www.cobrt.com/radio/cap-biz-preview-2
Alvina Vasquez, Spokeswoman for No on Initiative 300 and Cody Belzley of Together Denver join us for a discussion on the controversial, yet under publicized Initiative 300, focused on the “Right to Survive.” Find more information here: https://www.cobrt.com/radio/no-on-300
CAP Logistics presents Supply Chain & Logistics: The Storytellers with guest host Doug Draper. Doug of Acme Distribution and Denver Transportation Club introduces us to Bill Cassidy of the Journal of Commerce as they take a rigorous look at the New England Motor Freight (NEMF) bankruptcy. Find more information here: https://www.cobrt.com/radio/storytellers-cassidy
Sydney Kjerstad, Content Creator for Game Smart Piano, as well as a Composer, Pianist, and Educator joins us from her home base in Fort Collins for a unique “crossover” episode between our videocasts. Some say this might be the most ambitious crossover event in history.
Anthony Lambatos shares his experience running a second-generation business and his perspective on company culture. Anthony’s guest is Juan Padro, managing partner of Highland Tap and Burger, Señor Bear, Bar Dough, and Sloan’s Lake Tap and Burger.
Katica Roy, CEO of Pipeline Equity, Gender Economist, and Award-Winning Speaker joins us to talk about gender equality in the workplace. Her company uses artificial intelligence (AI) to enable companies that realize the financial gains through closing the gender equity gap. We'll discuss how she's working to help companies address gender issues to close the gender gap and change the narrative from gender equity as a social issue to an economic opportunity. Find more information here: https://www.cobrt.com/radio/katica-roy
Finances are typically a taboo conversation topic, but we’re doing just that. Junior Achievement Rocky Mountain and TIAA have teamed up to bring financial literacy into the classroom. Shelly-Ann Eweka, Director, Central Advice at TIAA, Mike MacDonnell, Chief Learning Officer at Junior Achievement, and Meg Chapman, Senior Manager of Program Volunteers and Curriculum at Junior Achievement join us to talk about the focus on financial literacy. Find more information here: https://www.cobrt.com/radio/jarm-tiaa
Jerry Tinianow, Sustainability Executive at the City of Denver Sustainability Office, joins us to talk about sustainability in Denver, the office’s goals for 2020, and the Sustainability Summit. Find more information here: https://www.cobrt.com/radio/sustain-denver
CAP Logistics presents Supply Chain & Logistics: The Storytellers with guest host Doug Draper. Doug of Acme Distribution and Denver Transportation Club introduces us to Jerry Hempstead, aka Mr. Parcel. Doug gets back to his roots with Jerry as they talk about the parcel industry. Find more information here: https://www.cobrt.com/radio/storytellers-hempstead