Wednesday March 6, 2013 0 comments
FORT COLLINS - Northern Colorado insurance broker Flood and Peterson will sponsor the Rocky Mountain Innosphere in Fort Collins and help support Fort Collins New Tech Meetup, the company announced.
"It's great to see local businesses recognizing the value of supporting Innosphere's entrepreneurial programs like New Tech Meetup,"said Mike Freeman, RMI's CEO.
"I'm thrilled to have Flood and Peterson as a new partner. We both advise companies on making important business decisions and understand the value that experience entrepreneurs can bring to others trying to start their own business."
Flood and Peterson's sponsorship will also be used to continue to bring value to RMI's client startup companies, said Doug Johnson, RMI's vice president of capital access.
"Since they are an insurance seller, they can also be a resource for new companies when it comes to contracts, risk and liability," he said.
New Tech Meetup is a volunteer-led group that engages the startup community to help early-stage software and technology companies and is held at the Innosphere from 6-8 p.m. on the second Tuesday of the month.
"We're excited to be supporting the Innosphere and their efforts to engage, assist and educate our startup community," said Brett Kemp, vice president of F&P's Fort Collins office.
"Since our goal is to help our clients boost their operational competitiveness and maximize their profits, we're excited to support this critical networking event to support the high-paying, high-growth software innovation community in our region."
For more information, contact Freeman at 970-818-7736.