COLORADANS WITH IRISH CONNECTIONS
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Euro Networking Happy Hour
22 Oct 2013
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
The Celtic Tavern
Member – $10.00
Non Member – $15.00
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The Irish Network Colorado is holding a Euro Networking event In association with the World Trade Center
Join us for an evening of networking, appetizers and conversation with Denver's diverse group of European networking organizations. The Swedes, Germans and Swiss will be in attendance along with several other local crowds. It is sure to be great "craic" as we forge new local relationships with our European colleagues!
We are also excited to welcome our speaker for the eventing, Jan Rutherford. Jan will be speaking on his experience in the Army and how that has helped him achieve success in the business world.
$10 for Members (members of the WTC and partner European Chambers)
$15 for Non-members
Fee includes appetizers.
Bio for Jan Rutherford
Jan Rutherford entered the U.S. Army at age 17. He spent six years in Special Forces as a medic and "A" team executive officer, and three years as a military intelligence officer. Jan has over 25 years of experience in a variety of leadership roles in marketing, sales management, business development, information technology, corporate training, product management and government affairs. He is the Chief Executive Officer at 3t Systems, a Denver-based IT services firm with a focus on healthcare. In addition, he is a founder and the managing partner of the J3 Leadership Group.
Jan teaches leadership courses to graduate students at the University of Colorado Denver Business School – in the US and in Ireland. He is the author of “The Littlest Green Beret: On Self-Reliant Leadership” where half the proceeds go to the Special Operations Warrior and Green Beret Foundations. Jan serves as a Senior Advisory Council Member for the Colorado ESGR (a Department of Defense volunteer program), and the CU Denver Boots to Suits program. Jan is a dual U.S. and Irish citizen, and he enjoys traveling to see his children and grandchildren, and taking advantage of the trails in the Colorado Mountains.
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