The sixth annual Denver Startup Week is officially underway and custom software development firm Twentyseven Global’s Creighton O’Neal is looking forward to attending many of the events. O’Neal, vice president of client service in Denver, expects attendance for this year’s DSW to be even higher than last — which set a record for the world’s largest free entrepreneurial event in North America. Around the city of Denver, O’Neal said there is a lot of buzz about this year’s event. Twentyseven Global Attends Sixth Annual Denver Startup Week

The sixth annual Denver Startup Week is officially underway and custom software development firm Twentyseven Global’s Creighton O’Neal is looking forward to attending many of the events. O’Neal, vice president of client service in Denver, expects attendance for this year’s DSW to be even higher than last — which set a record for the world’s largest free entrepreneurial event in North America. Around the city of Denver, O’Neal said there is a lot of buzz about this year’s event.

The week of events kicks off with the Denver Startup Week’s Opening Bash, and O’Neal said, “This is a great chance to network with new people and touch base with people I haven’t seen in awhile. The energy at the opening bash is usually off the charts.”

In addition to the Opening Bash, O’Neal is also looking forward to attending several technology-focused events to keep up with the latest trends and technologies and find out where they are headed in the future. These sessions include “Artificial Intelligence on the Horizon” and “Top Trends in Tech.” O’Neal will also attend “How Healthy is your Agile Team?”, where he hopes to learn more about how Twentyseven Global can continue to evolve their agile processes.

Other events on O’Neal’s agenda include “Startup Crawl,” a great networking opportunity and a chance to visit with several Denver companies and learn more about what they are doing and how they do it, as well as “Startups Crash Course on Google Adwords” and “How to Get the Most Out of Google Analytics,” both of which he recognizes as opportunities to learn and add value to the business.

Stay tuned next week for a follow-up blog on the sixth annual Denver Startup Week where O’Neal will share highlights and key takeaways from the event!