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  • 1-7-2015

    We Love SMPS Members

    The Corner Office 1401 Curtis Street Denver, CO 80202

    We love our SMPS Colorado Members! To show you how much, please join us for a MEMBERS ONLY Appreciation Event at the Corner Office (CEO Room). Come to mingle, munch and drink. Also, enter to win fabulous prizes! Drinks and light appetizers provided PARKING: Parking is available at the Curtis Hotel garage. The Corner Office will validate for up to two hours of parking (parking is $8 after 2 hours and $16 after 4 hours). Valet is available for $12. ENTER TO WIN: Free admission to SMPS Colorado's Marketing Excellence Awards, which will take place on March 5.

  • 1-8-2015

    CMLA Denver January 2015 Luncheon

    Marriott Denver Tech Center (DTC) 4900 S. Syracuse St. Denver, CO 80237

    Please visit event website for speaker and topic details.

  • 1-8-2015

    CO/WY CCIM Deals & Drinks

    WESTMINSTER, CO

    Regional Networking Event

  • 1-12-2015

    Foundations for Success in Commercial Real Estate

    Aurora, CO

    CCIM intro course, recently updated, great for anyone thinking about acquiring the CCIM designation or entering commercial real estate 

  • 1-14-2015

    CCIM Foundations for Success in Commercial Real Estate

    CHEYENNE, WY

    CCIM intro course, recently updated, great for anyone thinking about acquiring the CCIM designation or entering commercial real estate 

  • 1-14-2015

    Denver Metro BOMA Membership Meeting

    Wellshire Event Center

    2015 Economic Forecast

  • 1-16-2015

    Aerotropolis: The Corridor of Opportunities is Taking Off

    Crowne Plaza 1450 Glenarm Place Denver, CO 80202

    There is no doubt Denver is the center of attention in our country right now. With all the exciting development at Union Station and DIA, what about the giant swath of land between the two? This session will discuss just that. The land between I-70 and DIA along Pena Blvd., the Corridor of Opportunity, already has several commuter rail stations under construction and a major destination, the Gaylord Hotel, planned. You will hear how the surrounding municipalities are planning to take advantage of the upcoming development boom. This event is for anyone interested in greenfield development ranging from municipal, retail, residential and commercial perspectives.

  • 1-20-2015

    SMPS Colorado: Colorado's Legal Cannabis Industry and the A/E/C Community

    Denver Athletic Club; 1325 Glenarm Place; Denver, CO 80204

    As Colorado marks the one year anniversary of legal recreational sales of marijuana, the sector has created a construction boom. But is the grass really greener? The Society for Marketing Professional Services (SMPS) Colorado and the Cannabusiness Accelerator gather key leaders in the architecture, engineering and construction sectors to address some of the biggest questions: best practices, design solutions, technology, insurance requirements and legal obligations. Speakers include: Kim Robertson, president, SMPS Colorado; Marketing Manager, MKK Consulting Engineers James Lowe; Cofounder/President of Cultivation, MJardin Management Jamie Lewis, COO, Good Chemistry Brett Gilbert, PE, LEED AP - Principal, Competitive Edge Engineering Megan Stone - Principal, High Road Design Studio Representative from Powers Brown Architecture Representative from Martin / Martin Consulting Engineers Representative from Xcel Energy Nathan Mendel, President, Your Green Contractor Additional speakers to be announced.

  • 1-27-2015

    SMPS Colorado Springs Downtown and Urban Development Luncheon

    The Warehouse Restaurant in Colorado Springs 25 W Cimarron St Colorado Springs, CO 80903

    Speakers from the Downtown Partnership in Colorado Springs will discuss urban development. Speakers include: Susan Edmundson, CEO of the Downtown Partnership; Sarah Harris, business development manager with the Downtown Partnership; and Ryan Teffertiller, city planner for downtown Colorado Springs. A percentage of luncheon proceeds will benefit Urban Peak, a nonprofit serving youth experiencing homelessness in the Denver metropolitan area and Colorado Springs. The luncheon also will feature music from members of The Colorado Springs Conservatory.

  • 1-29-2015

    2015 Development & Construction Summit

    The Inverness Hotel & Conference Center, 200 Inverness Drive West, Englewood, CO 80012

    This will be the largest development/construction conference of the year in Colorado with more than 400 attendees.


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  • 1-29-2015

    Rainmaking for Technical Leaders

    Palace Construction 7 South Galapago St Denver, CO 80223

    As a leader of your firm - whether principal, project manager, engineer or architect - you're responsible for not only doing the work, but bringing in new projects and clients. Contemporary analysts refer to this as the seller-doer model: a technical staff member who also provides business development in his/her position. So, the question becomes: how can you be a rainmaker and a technical doer? In this workshop you will learn how to demonstrate leadership by interacting with clients and prospective clients in a way that keeps the work flowing in. Stop chasing work or pursuing unfruitful prospects and start positioning your working relationships and new contacts to win. We believe that leadership starts early in the process. Learn to chart a more strategic course using proven, non-commodity approaches in order to focus, position, and win work. Distinguish yourself as a seller-doer by building relationships and networks, changing your firm's culture from commodity-thinking to value-thinking, and pre-positioning to win. Prepare to reclaim your power to influence key decisions and stay ahead of the competition. Lunch will be provided. Space is limited.