On February 9, 2021, we livestreamed a one-hour conversation with past Colorado Business Hall of Fame inductees Jim Johnson (president & CEO of GE Johnson) and Larry Kendall (founder of The Group, Inc. and the Ninja Selling System), as well as two entrepreneurs who are new to the scene in Colorado and poised to make a huge impact. David Potter is CEO & co-founder of Curu, a company setting out to make financial products more accessible to underrepresented applicants by creating a more inclusive credit system, and Alana Vaughn-Phillips is co-founder and chief development officer of BobaVida, the first and only producer of popping boba in the Americas using healthy, clean, and responsibly sourced ingredients. She is also head of strategic partnerships at Go! Running Tours, which provides guided running tours in cities all over the world. These two young entrepreneurs are alumni of our Summit partner Techstars.
The event was emceed by Denver7's Brian Sanders.
Thank you to our additional Summit Sponsors!
Alpine Bank, AMG National Trust, BDO, Beeble, Boettcher Foundation, Children's Hospital Colorado, Craig Hospital, Denver International Airport, FirstBank, Flood & Peterson, Grant Thornton, Husch Blackwell, Intermountain Rural Electric Association, PNC Bank, U.S. Bank, and Vectra Bank.