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Most Influential Young Professionals Celebrate Accomplishments

Fun, friends and festivities for the hot shots under 40


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The 8th Annual GenXYZ event, Thursday, Jan. 18, was a smashing success thanks to the Most Influential Young Professionals who turned out to celebrate. Featuring Denver7 reporter Eric Lupher as emcee, Denver Mayor Michael Hancock made a special appearance.

"What we are doing in Denver, we want to support entrepreneurs, we want to support small businesses and neighborhood business districts," Hancock said. "We want to be supportive of your efforts because if you are successful, we are successful here in Denver."

Back by popular demand DJ RIPM and Gusto Studio Booth provided entertainment at Mile High Station, providing the perfect scene to honor the young pros. Sponsors included Anton Collins Mitchell, Gateway CanyonsMatthew Morris SalonYellowdog, Denver Center for the Performing Arts, Colorado Springs Rising Young Professionals and Denver Museum of Nature and Science. American Furniture Warehouse provided a cozy lounge while Versatility Creative Group crafted the videos of the GenXYZ class of 2018.

A panel of cross-sector judges sifted through the hundreds of nominations to whittle the list down to 25.

Please scroll through the list, then enjoy great photos from the evening!

2018 TOP 25 YOUNG PROFESSIONALS

OUR TOP 5 INCLUDED:

ETHAN FURTEK ALIGNS WITH CLIENTS TO REVOLUTIONIZE THE MARKETPLACE

COMMITMENT CREATES NEXT-GEN PLATFORM TO FIND TUTORS AND TEACHERS

NO SHORTCUTS FOR STEM SUPERSTAR, PAUL LICHTY

‚ÄčNICOLE GARNEAU: TAKING TASTE TESTS TO THE NEXT LEVEL

CHANGE-AGENT ALISHA BROWN STRIVES FOR COMMUNITY WELLNESS

 

 

 

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