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April 3, 2017

Looking for your next opportunity can be challenging, time consuming, and discouraging. The key is not to get discouraged and keep your confidence high, after all you deserve a great company to work for just as much as they deserve you. Send us your resume, so we can include you in our database of candidates. Here[…]

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March 30, 2017

Recruiting is hard work. Key word searches won’t cut it. It’s easy to scour resumes for brand names and “stability “. Many job prospects hide comfortably within huge companies. Is that what you want? You must know what you want and be willing to DIG for it. Effective hiring is never pain free. Exploring a[…]

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March 30, 2017

Know your worth! I have been blessed to work with dozens of sales superstars within the Colorado IT community. The most proven, quota-crushing reps have an opportunity to establish enormous wealth as the SaaS companies they work for are now enjoying record-breaking profits. The potential to earn $300K plus per annum is realistic for the[…]

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March 30, 2017

Let’s set the record straight.  I have never been employed by a Denver startup.  But I have worked on behalf of more than a dozen startups.  In fact I have placed several dozen employees within the ranks of many of the firms listed at www.builtincolorado.com. My expertise is helping tech companies to grow by providing exceptional[…]

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March 30, 2017

Interviews are tough on both sides of the table. An interviewer is tasked with finding the very best candidate for the position, but how do you know if your interview skills will lead you to that goal?  Here are the 5 most common mistakes I see companies make when they interview candidates. Hesitation – don’t hesitate[…]

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March 30, 2017

Sometimes the simplest actions result in the most profound results.  Like “asking for the job” towards the end  of an interview, sending a basic, but well written, follow-up letter to the hiring authority you hope to report to is an easy, but essential step in your process to make that move up on your career[…]

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April 3, 2017

Looking for your next opportunity can be challenging, time consuming, and discouraging. The key is not to get discouraged and keep your confidence high, after all you deserve a great company to work for just as much as they deserve you. Send us your resume, so we can include you in our database of candidates. Here[…]

Read More

March 30, 2017

Recruiting is hard work. Key word searches won’t cut it. It’s easy to scour resumes for brand names and “stability “. Many job prospects hide comfortably within huge companies. Is that what you want? You must know what you want and be willing to DIG for it. Effective hiring is never pain free. Exploring a[…]

Read More

March 30, 2017

Know your worth! I have been blessed to work with dozens of sales superstars within the Colorado IT community. The most proven, quota-crushing reps have an opportunity to establish enormous wealth as the SaaS companies they work for are now enjoying record-breaking profits. The potential to earn $300K plus per annum is realistic for the[…]

Read More

March 30, 2017

Let’s set the record straight.  I have never been employed by a Denver startup.  But I have worked on behalf of more than a dozen startups.  In fact I have placed several dozen employees within the ranks of many of the firms listed at www.builtincolorado.com. My expertise is helping tech companies to grow by providing exceptional[…]

Read More

March 30, 2017

Interviews are tough on both sides of the table. An interviewer is tasked with finding the very best candidate for the position, but how do you know if your interview skills will lead you to that goal?  Here are the 5 most common mistakes I see companies make when they interview candidates. Hesitation – don’t hesitate[…]

Read More

March 30, 2017

Sometimes the simplest actions result in the most profound results.  Like “asking for the job” towards the end  of an interview, sending a basic, but well written, follow-up letter to the hiring authority you hope to report to is an easy, but essential step in your process to make that move up on your career[…]

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April 3, 2017

Looking for your next opportunity can be challenging, time consuming, and discouraging. The key is not to get discouraged and keep your confidence high, after all you deserve a great company to work for just as much as they deserve you. Send us your resume, so we can include you in our database of candidates. Here[…]

Read More

March 30, 2017

Recruiting is hard work. Key word searches won’t cut it. It’s easy to scour resumes for brand names and “stability “. Many job prospects hide comfortably within huge companies. Is that what you want? You must know what you want and be willing to DIG for it. Effective hiring is never pain free. Exploring a[…]

Read More

March 30, 2017

Know your worth! I have been blessed to work with dozens of sales superstars within the Colorado IT community. The most proven, quota-crushing reps have an opportunity to establish enormous wealth as the SaaS companies they work for are now enjoying record-breaking profits. The potential to earn $300K plus per annum is realistic for the[…]

Read More

March 30, 2017

Let’s set the record straight.  I have never been employed by a Denver startup.  But I have worked on behalf of more than a dozen startups.  In fact I have placed several dozen employees within the ranks of many of the firms listed at www.builtincolorado.com. My expertise is helping tech companies to grow by providing exceptional[…]

Read More

March 30, 2017

Interviews are tough on both sides of the table. An interviewer is tasked with finding the very best candidate for the position, but how do you know if your interview skills will lead you to that goal?  Here are the 5 most common mistakes I see companies make when they interview candidates. Hesitation – don’t hesitate[…]

Read More

March 30, 2017

Sometimes the simplest actions result in the most profound results.  Like “asking for the job” towards the end  of an interview, sending a basic, but well written, follow-up letter to the hiring authority you hope to report to is an easy, but essential step in your process to make that move up on your career[…]

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April 3, 2017

Looking for your next opportunity can be challenging, time consuming, and discouraging. The key is not to get discouraged and keep your confidence high, after all you deserve a great company to work for just as much as they deserve you. Send us your resume, so we can include you in our database of candidates. Here[…]

Read More

March 30, 2017

Recruiting is hard work. Key word searches won’t cut it. It’s easy to scour resumes for brand names and “stability “. Many job prospects hide comfortably within huge companies. Is that what you want? You must know what you want and be willing to DIG for it. Effective hiring is never pain free. Exploring a[…]

Read More

March 30, 2017

Know your worth! I have been blessed to work with dozens of sales superstars within the Colorado IT community. The most proven, quota-crushing reps have an opportunity to establish enormous wealth as the SaaS companies they work for are now enjoying record-breaking profits. The potential to earn $300K plus per annum is realistic for the[…]

Read More

March 30, 2017

Let’s set the record straight.  I have never been employed by a Denver startup.  But I have worked on behalf of more than a dozen startups.  In fact I have placed several dozen employees within the ranks of many of the firms listed at www.builtincolorado.com. My expertise is helping tech companies to grow by providing exceptional[…]

Read More

March 30, 2017

Interviews are tough on both sides of the table. An interviewer is tasked with finding the very best candidate for the position, but how do you know if your interview skills will lead you to that goal?  Here are the 5 most common mistakes I see companies make when they interview candidates. Hesitation – don’t hesitate[…]

Read More

March 30, 2017

Sometimes the simplest actions result in the most profound results.  Like “asking for the job” towards the end  of an interview, sending a basic, but well written, follow-up letter to the hiring authority you hope to report to is an easy, but essential step in your process to make that move up on your career[…]

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