“Every single student we worked with was so professional, hardworking, and delivered on their commitments. They truly exceeded what we had asked for at every turn,” says Harrison Rosenfield, co-founder of PonyPal . “As we continue to grow, we hope to continue to work with these talented students!”
Dr. Lan Liang has been collaborating with local business partners to provide graduate students with real-world experiences through her Digital Marketing course. Read more
“Do whatever you want, just do it with love. You might need to be willing to start out mopping the floors to break in.”
You might not know Chuck Morris’s name, but if you have been to a concert in Colorado in the past 40 years, you probably know his work. Morris is a legend in the Denver music scene, and for good reason. He is the CEO of AEG Live- Rocky Mountains’ and books around 900 shows each year in Colorado, over 100 at Red Rocks Amphitheater alone. Read more
As a first-generation student, Bryant Burciaga has always had a go-getter, entrepreneurial mindset. From an early age, Bryant’s parents instilled in him the importance of earning a college degree and that was his motivation from the start.
He was offered a scholarship from Colorado State University in Fort Collins where he initially started his college career. Read more
Four seasoned sports marketers visited the CU Denver Business School last week, ready to share their industry insights with students. Hosted by the CU Denver Marketing Club and the Sports and Entertainment Club, the event featured professionals from several Denver area major league sports teams. These marketing leaders touched on developing trends, the best tools and tactics, and what it takes to be successful in the sports business world. Read more
Thomas Evans (MBA ’12), artist
Thomas Evans (MBA ’12) has always been an artist, but he studied business at CU Denver and took a job at a marketing agency after graduation. When he discovered advertising wasn’t quite for him, he planned to follow his family’s footsteps into the military – until, that is, he tore his ACL in a martial arts class and instead went on a volunteer trip to Tanzania. Read more
Being an entrepreneur is hard work. Long days. Little sleep. Facing failure over and over again in the hope of achieving that major breakthrough. Tack on being a native-Spanish speaker and a full-time student, and you’re also dealing with a cultural learning curve and limited free time.
Meet Liliana Ferrua. Read more