Hannah Brown Cohen, Campaign Director at the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) and Bob Roth, President of Roth Collaborative Resources, Inc. and nominee for Man of the Year join us to talk about how you can help save the lives of those diagnosed with a blood cancer. A cancer that is diagnosed for an American every three minutes. Find more information here: https://www.cobrt.com/radio/lls
Colorado Business Roundtable’s 2nd Annual State of Higher Education Forum was April 11, and was a big hit! Check out the recap of the forum featuring special guest Bruce Benson of the University of Colorado. The recap also includes panelists from Metropolitan State University Denver, the Colorado Community College System, Colorado State University - Global Campus, and many more. Find more information here: https://www.cobrt.com/radio/higher-ed-2
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-3
Michelle Hadwiger, Deputy Director of the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade (OEDIT) discusses the current events within the office, and how you can get involved.
CAP Logistics presents Supply Chain & Logistics: The Storytellers with guest host Doug Draper. Doug of Acme Distribution and Denver Transportation Club introduces Mike Mullane, CEO of SphereWMS. Mike and Doug tap into the realm of warehouse technology. Find every episode here: https://www.caplogistics.com/storytellers
Colorado is the nation’s largest aerospace economy per capita, naturally there is an annual Space Symposium sponsored by the Space Foundation. This year we celebrated 35 years, and were able to speak with several aerospace industry titans including guests from Lockheed Martin, Colorado Space Coalition, and others. Find more information here: https://www.cobrt.com/radio/35-space
Dustin Mattingly and Mike White became great friends in junior high school and bonded over starting a band. The band has undergone several name changes and member swaps over the years. The latest reincarnation of the duo is As Good As It Gets. While the band is not a main gig for either Dustin or Mike, it is a timeless hobby that provides a creative outlet that has become a part of their hearts. Find more information here: https://www.cobrt.com/radio/agaig
Today’s episode of American Council of Engineering Companies of Colorado features three of the 2019 Engineering Excellence Award Winners. These winners include Nancy Lambertson of Muller Engineering Company for their work on Linking Lookout: US 6 and 19th St Interchange. Melyssa C. Lorenger of Martin/Martin, Inc. for their work on Canvas Stadium at Colorado State University. And Lee Lindeen of Providence Infrastructure Consultants, Inc. for their work on the WWTP Headworks & Clarifier Project. Find more information here: https://www.cobrt.com/radio/acec-eeaw
Alex Beim, Director of Business Development for World Trade Center Denver joins us to discuss everything that WTC Denver is up to in 2018, including the upcoming groundbreaking for the new campus in the RiNO neighborhood.
CAP Logistics presents Supply Chain & Logistics: The Storytellers with guest host Doug Draper. Doug of Acme Distribution and Denver Transportation Club revisits with CDOT. Doug’s guests include Matt Sanman of Kiewit Construction, Stacia Sellers with the Central 70 Project, and Tamara Rollison with the I-25 Gap Project. Find more information here: https://www.cobrt.com/radio/storytellers-70-i25