Denver events never stop – even in the middle of summer! Here are a few events worth checking out over the next few weeks.

Tuesday July 25th, 5:30pm-8:00pm – An Evening with Michelle Obama

Join the Women’s Foundation of Colorado, a highly respected and regarded organization, as they host Michelle Obama for an intimate evening of conversation. This is not a politically driven event, just an evening of conversation with the former first lady. A portion of the proceeds will go to TOGETHER, a nonprofit that propels Colorado women and girls from promise to prosperity.

Why Attend: Regardless of your political persuasion, Michelle Obama has persevered while facing challenges. She has a great story to tell. This will be Michelle Obama’s only event here in Colorado this year and you will be surrounded by incredible and amazing women.

Get tickets here.

Thursday, July 27th, 6:00pm-8:00pm, Finding Opportunities in the Cloud – Technology for Non-Technical Leaders

Technology for Non-Technical Leaders was started after many conversations on how business leaders are having to make technology decisions for the business without a technical background. The events this group puts on are around educating and connecting business leaders in the community on technology and how to make more informed decisions for their business.

This event will focus on “The Cloud.” We have all head that phrase many times, but do you really know what it means? Do you know if it’s the right solution for your business? Well, it’s time to find out!

Why Attend: This is a chance to get past all the marketing hub-bub around “The Cloud” and learn what it really is. Jeremiah Fellows will be the guest speaker for this event. He has a background in technology to marketing and has worked in a wide range of industries – smart guy! Also, leaders from various industries will be at this event – great to network with and learn from.

For more information on this group and the event, you can find it here.

Friday, July 28th, 10:00am-3:00pm, Thriving in a Multi-Generational Workforce

The Women in Business group of the S. Metro Chamber presents this half day workshop.In it, learn from an experienced baby boomer and millennial on how to not just work together, but thrive together in the workplace. There is a lot of speculation on how millennials are bad to work with and that baby boomers aren’t adaptable –  it’s time to change that perspective. Baby Boomer Brooke Chesnut and millennial Anastasia Button, help businesses to understand and navigate this multi-generational workforce.

Why Attend: It’s a free opportunity to learn how to better engage with your staff. Millennials make up the majority of the workforce these days, and it’s important that everyone in the company -no matter their age- can communicate and work together effectively.

Get more information and RSVP here.


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