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Thought leadership, education and networking.

Previous Events:

Date: November 3, 2009
Topic: International Sales
Moderator: Rob McNeill, Trade and Investment Officer, UK Trade and Investment
Gary Laitner, Partner, Faegre & Benson LLP
Dave Fredericks, Sr. Sales Director, Oracle/Crystall Ball and Former VP International Sales, Decisioneering
Katrin Windsor, Founder, International Business Circle and Global Solutions Director at Pearson eCollege

Date: October 20, 2009
Topic: CIO Perspectives
Gerry Coady, CIO, Frontier Airlines
Bill Weeks, CIO, Key Equipment Finance
Chris Steffen, Chief Architect, Kroll Factual Data
Chris Laping, CIO, Red Robin Gourmet Burgers
Shawn Johnson, Group Lead/IT Operations, Encana Oil and Gas

Date: September 29, 2009
Topic: Venture Terms: The Impact of the Capital Market Downturn
Moderator: Jim Franklin, VP & GM Oracle Crystal Ball Global Sales Unit
Mark Weakley, Partner, HRO
Carter Freeman, Consulting CFO, vcfo
Joe Zell, Partner, Grotech Ventures

Date: March 10, 2009
Topic: Colorado IT Live
Keith Mountain, CEO, Spatial Corp.
Eric Remer, CEO, PaySimple
Lorenzo Carver, CEO, bpCentral
Investor/VC Group:
Seth Levine, Managing Director, Foundry Group
Jim Conboy, Partner, Wolf Ventures
Frank Mendicino III, Partner, Access Venture Partners

Date: February 17, 2009
Topic: Meet the Founders (Members Only Event)
Speakers: John Street, Founder/CEO, MXLogic

"The benefits to me and Spatial have been substantial and very real. The Club offers a range of supportive activities that provide benefits well beyond the obvious networking and contact benefits. The information on corporate management at all levels and in all disciplines has been particularly helpful. Spatial has gone through many stages of growth since its founding in 1986. The club has consistently offered seminars, forums and gatherings where the experience and advice of others who have been in similar situations has proven to be invaluable in managing the company."

Keith Mountain,
Spatial Corp