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February 17, 2011

Gold systems is hiring UC Lync deployment people

The Gold Systems Unified Communications Microsoft Lync Deployment group is very busy!  We are looking to add to the team either full time employees or contractors.  We need people who have Lync or OCS experience, and certifications are a plus. Many of us at Gold Systems are techies who are thinking about doing more than just deploying the software, but we all care about the customer and can speak their language as well as ours.  Gold Systems is a unique company with a great culture and we’re just about to launch some big ideas into the market.  If you have the experience and you want to think about a career change, please email me at tgold@goldsys.com
and I’ll make sure you get considered.

February 17, 2011 in Unified Communications | Permalink | TrackBack

February 09, 2011

Looking for women CEOs in Colorado

If you are a female CEO, President, Principal or Partner of a company with revenues of more than $1 million, or if you know someone who is, please take a look at this.

My good friend Jana Matthews is working to start a Women CEO Forum in Colorado.  The forum will consist of 12 women who are leaders of non-competing companies each with revenues over $1 million.  An introductory reception will be held at the City Club that will include a number of successful women speakers, including Heidi Ganahl, Founder and CEO of Camp Bow-Wow, Sherri Leopard of Leopard, an Ogilvy Company, and Diane Gibson, Founder and President of Craters & Freighters.

Having been a past member of YEO (Young Entrepreneurs' Organization, now EO or Entrepreneurs' Organization) and YPO (Young Presidents' Organization) I can say that being a part of a great peer network was one of the best decisions I ever made as an entrepreneur.  You may think you don't have time, but as my friend Tim Miller used to say, it doesn't cost time, it makes time for you.  Imagine every month getting together with 11 other CEOs, who are there to help and to share what they have learned about the problems you are having right now.  Jana helped in the early days of YEO and I know she will set up the Forum so that egos are checked at the door, everything is confidential and the entrepreneurs create an environment that helps everyone.

The reception is open to anyone who would like to know more about the CEO forum.  Register by calling 303-666-5511 or go on-line to events@womenceoforum.com

 

February 9, 2011 in Entrepreneurship | Permalink | TrackBack