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Previous Events:

Date: November 12, 2007
Topic: What Will Your Firm Be Worth In Three Years? (Joint Members Only Event with the Denver Software Club)
Moderator: Keith Mountain, CEO, Spatial Corp.
Panelists:
Rick Takemoto, Sr. Manager Valuation Group, Clifton Gunderson
Steve McGill, President, Engineered Business Solutions, LLC and Managing Director of Valuation, MCA Advisors, LLC
Chris Wand, Managing Director, Foundry Group

Date: September 19, 2007
Topic: Acquisitions: The #1 Liquidity Scenario (Members Only Event)
Moderator: Michael Stack, Associate, Cooley Godward Kronish LLP
Panelists:
Jim Franklin, GM, Oracle (formerly Decisioneering)
Pierre-Michel Kronenberg, CTO, PC Tools NA (formerly Novatix)
Chris Zook, VP, Q Advisors

Date: April 19, 2007
Topic: Managing An Angel Network (Members Only Event)
Speakers: Jerry Verbeck, CFO, Massively Parallel and two of their angel investors Cliff Shaffran and Steve Spahn

Date: March 13, 2007
Topic: Colorado IT Live
Speakers:
Peter Cranstone, CEO, 5o9 Inc.
Steve Berens, CEO, Privacy Networks
Jim Dixon, CEO, Applied Intelligence Solutions
Dan King, CEO, Readytalk
Panelists: Guest Finance Panel of VCs, Angels, and Bankers

Date: February 28, 2007
Topic: Competitive Intelligence (Members Only Event)
Speakers: Buff Brewster, Sr. Manager - Competitive Intelligence, Oracle

Date: January 23, 2007
Topic: Meet the Founders (Members Only Event)
Speakers: John Spiers, Founder/CTO, Lefthand Networks

"The benefits to me and Spatial have been substantial and very real. The Club offers a range of supportive activities that provide benefits well beyond the obvious networking and contact benefits. The information on corporate management at all levels and in all disciplines has been particularly helpful. Spatial has gone through many stages of growth since its founding in 1986. The club has consistently offered seminars, forums and gatherings where the experience and advice of others who have been in similar situations has proven to be invaluable in managing the company."

Keith Mountain,
CEO,
Spatial Corp