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Join us on February 21, 2011 for Soup for the Soul, a unique and heart-warming event to support Porter Hospice and St. Anthony Hospice. More than 15 of Denver’s best restaurants will be ladling up soups and appetizers for guests.     spacer
   Today in ColoradoBiz Update
Potential clients: Are they worthy?
The objective of the first call is to qualify or disqualify your prospect as someone with whom you can do business.Three conditions must be met.By Gary Harvey

C-suite life: The air is thinner up there
Ascending an organization to a senior level, particularly the C-suite, has the same impact as flying at altitude without assistance: less oxygen. By Todd Ordal

Mangling the language can cost you
The inability to communicate grammatically and concisely can make you look inept and cost you great career opportunities. Here are a few areas to watch. By John Heckers
   ColoradoBiz EXTRA
Tech startup: Pixorial
“It is one of the only sites where you can create a video, edit a video, store a video, share a video or create a DVD,“ says the vice president of marketing. By Eric Peterson 

 Wanted: Colorado Woman Business Owners 

Nominate your company for ColoradoBiz magazine’s annual Top 100 Woman-Owned Companies ranking that will appear in the May issue. Rankings will be based on 2010 sales. Submission deadline: March 19. 
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