Boulder Startup Exec Email List

Are you a VP or C-level exec at a Boulder (or Denver) based startup?  Eric Marcoullier, the CEO of Gnip has created a Boulder Startup Exec Email ListIt’s open to people that fit the following criteria.

  1. Funded company (at least some angel financing)
  2. VPs and C-level folks
  3. Any vertical market (not just tech / Internet)

Eric moved to Boulder from San Francisco last month and is getting deep in the startup scene here.  He promises that VCs will not be invited to participate in this list – I tried and was solidly rejected.

While the criteria don’t include “profitable companies that never received any financing”, I’d encourage anyone that is self-funded / bootstrapped that is generating over $500k of revenue a year to get involved also.

  • Thanks for the promotion, Brad. To expand on your last point, the criteria is a bit of a sliding scale. We'll happily open the list to the founders of two-person company with some angel investment or the execs of a 15-person company who have successfully bootstrapped.

    We're just trying to keep the signal to noise ratio very high and that requires a bit of homogeneity in the group. Startups with some outside validation (either investment or revenue) is enough to start contributing. Looking forward to hearing from folks.

  • Thanks for the promotion, Brad. To expand on your last point, the criteria is a bit of a sliding scale. We'll happily open the list to the founders of two-person company with some angel investment or the execs of a 15-person company who have successfully bootstrapped.

    We're just trying to keep the signal to noise ratio very high and that requires a bit of homogeneity in the group. A bit of outside validation (either investment or revenue) is enough to start contributing. Looking forward to hearing from folks.

    • Eric – your ego astounds me, can anyone be anymore self obssessed than you are?

      Newsflash: MyBlogLog was a fluke that was run and coded by your mate, all you did was tag along and spam a few people. You don't have anything to add to a discussion regarding business other than 'noise'. So that signal to noise ratio you talk about will be 100% noise on a mailing list run by you.

  • tim

    sounds interesting – we fit the criteria – so i will check it out. will you accept startups that have software patents?

    😉

    great post.

    • Yeah – software patents – while totally bogus – do not disqualify anyone <g>.

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  • E Turner

    Hmm is anyone managing this list? I've been in 'pending' status for > 2 weeks now.

  • Weird, I stopped getting notification of pending members. You and six other people have been added. Sory for the delay!

  • Checking with Eric Marcoullier

  • A very good article, thanks for share.

  • You don't have anything to add to a discussion regarding business other than 'noise'. So that signal to noise ratio you talk about will be 100% noise on a mailing list run by you.

  • Deborah Koepke

    I am a Human Resources Professional who has a lot of experience with start-up companies. I can recruit with the best of them, I ensure legal compliance in all policies and procedures, I conduct complaint investigations, I can help get your company up and into the category of Most desirable place to work in Boulder.

    For a resume or further information, please contact me at [email protected].

    Let's help Boulder grow efficiently!

    Deborah Koepke, ADR, SPHR
    303-359-4390

  • Seems like the point of metrics like these is to motivate and focus. We built our app around scorecards with 3 metrics and a simple up / down + green / red indicator. Red (or you suck) is actually pretty motivational. Especially if it is shared. It is only motivational if you know what to do to fix it or at least a theory to test. The real goal of metrics is to unleash people’s creativity and intuition focused around a few probably imperfect numbers. Green is good. 

  • Lanalarder

    ✔ Brain works better with numbers – Graphs or numbers? – the way business is done.  

  • Roberta Budvietas

    Three is powerful and the data porn concept is why overwhelm strikes so many businesses. What always matters is Leads, conversions and average dollar sale  for most small businesses. They are 3 things you can change to grow a business

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