MHYP has been monitoring the coverage and guidance from public health and elected officials, as COVID-19 continues to spread within Colorado. To protect the health of high-risk...Read More
Congratulations to MHYP Board Member and Past President, Melanie Lewis Dickerson, on being named one of ColoradoBiz’s 10th Annual Top 25 Most Influential Young Professionals!
A special thanks to Evolve Vacation Rental, MHYP's latest sponsor!
Evolve makes vacation rental easy for everyone. Evolve's hybrid approach to vacation rental management offers...Read More
Darcy Borella, President
Darcy began her career as a speech-language pathologist and spent ten years in healthcare management, overseeing therapy teams in long-term care...Read More
MHYP Co-President and long-time member, Melanie Lewis Dickerson, was named a finalist for the ColoradoBiz Magazine's annual GenXYZ Awards!
MHYP is a proud...Read More
Congrats to Footers Catering and MHYP Board Member April Lambatos on this accomplishment!
Read more here!
Help us identify the next group of Rocky Mountain's Finest Young Professionals! The 8th Annual Rocky Mountain's Finest event will honor our chapter's most outstanding young...Read More
You know the impact that a Leadership Foundation program can have. Refer a colleague or learn more about Impact Denver, which puts up-and-coming professionals on the fast track...Read More
ColoradoBiz wants to celebrate the young leaders, innovators and entrepreneurs, from the CEOs of freshly minted startups to committed employees helping established companies to...Read More
MHYP's own Board Member April Lambato's company, Footers Catering, has been nominated as a finalist for the ColoradoBiz 2018 Top Company Awards!
Read more here.
Congrats April...Read More
Every other month, we feature a note-worthy, up and coming YP in the Denver area! Someone that is thinking outside of the box to make a big impact on our community or the world.... Read More
Denver Startup Week is behind us, but its growing popularity may be one indication of why Colorado landed among the 10 most entrepreneurial states in the nation.
Colorado is the...Read More
Footers Catering, owned by Anthony and April Lambatos (President of Mile High Young Professionals) won the 2015 Small Business of the Year Award from the Denver Metro Chamber of...Read More
Mile High Young Professionals is proud to announce that Nick Pirnack with Lotus Group Advisors has been elected to our Board of Directors. Nick launched and directed our Table of...Read More
Perspective, the Young Professionals Board for Cherry Arts (formerly Cherry Creek Arts Festival), is excited to announce that we are accepting applications for new members.
Colorado comes out on top in a Business Insider ranking of the nation's top economies.
The national business and technology news website said it evaluated each state on eight...Read More
Denver ranks No. 4 on the latest Forbes list of the nation's best places for business, released Wednesday, and Fort Collins comes in at No. 5.Read More
The Denver Business Journal ranked the fastest-growing private companies in the Denver area. MHYP Member Lindsay Leins is business development manager for Greystone Technology,...Read More
Denver, which achieved a full employment recovery in the first quarter, continued to add jobs in the second, according to a study released Wednesday.
The Mountain Monitor report,...Read More
The Table of Ten Series featured Frank Coyne, who has been on the forefront of education reform, founded Denver Green School which was one of the first Denver Innovation...Read More
MHYP Member Lindsey Leins' company Greystone Technology Group, Inc....Read More
Jeff Bairstow, president of The Denver Post’s parent companies, is leaving after less than two years to become chief financial officer of Time Inc., parent of Time, People and...Read More
Denver metro home prices hit an all-time high in May on the S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Index, an index that tracks home prices in the 20 largest metro areas and compares prices...Read More
The Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce is leading the way in promoting renewable energy by next month launching a system that will power its LoDo headquarters with electricity...Read More
July's Table of Ten Series featured Brett Mosley. MHYP members enjoyed a great conversation on risk mitigation, how to treat people, and how to run a business. Brett’s 6 top tips:...Read More
Economist Richard Wobbekind of the University of Colorado at Boulder’s Leeds School of Business Tuesday said Colorado’s economy is growing faster in 2013 than previously expected....Read More
Cable channel CNBC has completed its annual ranking of the best states for business, and Colorado has moved up to the No. 7 spot.
Colorado was No. 8 last year.
CNBC looked at 51...Read More
Cool Planet Energy Systems confirmed Wednesday that it will relocate its headquarters to Greenwood Village and build a manufacturing plant, likely in Aurora, that will convert...Read More
Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper was elected chairman of the Western Governors’ Association (WGA) and Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval was elected vice-chairman at the WGA 2013 Annual...Read More
A record 13.6 million visitors came to Denver in 2012 and spent a record $3.6 billion in the city, according to a study commissioned for Visit Denver that the organization released...Read More
Another month, another stellar set of statistics showing the strength of the metro Denver resale home market with a large increase in sales and more homes hitting the market,...Read More
Please join MHYP for our June social event at Galvanize, 1062 Delaware Street, from 5.30p-7.30p. Galvanize was recently recognized by the Downtown Denver Partnership at their 52nd...Read More
he Downtown Denver Partnership Wednesday honored 6 businesses, nonprofits, projects and initiatives that had a significant impact in 2012. The recipients: Boettcher Foundation;...Read More
Volunteer at the Cherry Creek Arts Festival!
We will be selling Festival Merchandise for the Cherry Creek Arts Festival in order to raise funds for this amazing non-profit.
Colorado added 11,600 jobs to its payrolls in April, the biggest one-month job gain of the year to date, and the state's unemployment rate fell two-tenths of a percentage point, to...Read More
Unleash your creativity! The Rocky Mountain Young Professionals (RMYP) Summit Planning Committee is looking for an eye-catching logo to use on its marketing and advertising for...Read More
Gov. John Hickenlooper signed the only two bills extending state tax credits to come out of the 2013 General Assembly. In the afternoon, he signed the measure that expands...Read More
Goodwill’s nextgen is a group of young professionals dedicated to making a difference through Goodwill’s Youth Services Program. They are currently accepting applications for the...Read More
The Colorado Department of Transportation was honored as a “White House Champion of Change for Transportation Innovation” for its smartphone mobile app at a ceremony in Washington,...Read More
On Wednesday May 29th American Red Cross Mile High Region will launch Behind The Red - a new group which brings together active professionals in and around Denver to support the...Read More
Join the Denver Coworks alliance as they bring together independent workers, startups and city organizations to help educate people on how coworking is benefitting the 21st century...Read More
Mile High Young Professionals congratulate MHYP board member April Lambatos on winning the 2013 Small Business of the Year award through the South Metro Chamber of Commerce....Read More
Home prices in metro Denver rose 9.9 percent in February, marking the 14th straight month of year-over-year gains, according to theStandard & Poor's/Case Shiller home-price index ...Read More
Goodwill’s nextgen group is sponsoring a lunch hour volunteer opportunity for young professionals at Aurora Central High School (11700 E. 11th Ave, Aurora) on May 10th.
Colorado Youth at Risk is looking for available, enthusiastic professionals representing diverse vocations, skills, expertise and backgrounds to talk informally and share their...Read More
Ira Johnson has put a lot of energy into his work with Happy Llama. But his heart also lies with Mile High Young Professionals (MHYP), where he serves as events director.
... Read More
Colorado added just 500 new payroll jobs in March, a much smaller gain than the previous month, while the state's unemployment rate eased to 7.1 percent, the lowest since January...Read More
Junior Achievement Rocky Mountain has announced an opening for a Company Advisor Volunteer for their Business Week event, which runs between June 9- 14, 2013.
JA Business Week is a...Read More
MHYP Member Nathan Fielder is launching his new company, COcentric, with a red carpet launch party at Spill Lounge in downtown Denver.
Spill Lounge will be inveiling drink specials...Read More
The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation of Colorado recognizes that there are many outstanding young professionals in the state who exemplify leadership qualities, are active in their...Read More
Colorado community banks increased their small-business lending by more than $214 million over their baselines using capital from the federal Small Business Lending Fund (SBLF),...Read More
Colorado added 10,800 payroll jobs in February, and the state's unemployment rate edged down to 7.2 percent, the lowest level in four years, the Colorado Department of Labor and...Read More
Plans for a new upscale hotel and conference center across from the Anschutz Medical Campus in Aurora were announced Wednesday, a project that could jump-start development near the...Read More
TEDxMileHigh is excited to announce that early-bird tickets are now on sale for their 2013 flagship event!
We are excited to offer another year of showcasing big ideas and...
The March Table of Ten series featured Adam Schlegel from Snooze. We had a fantastic conversation about food, sustainability, and culture. Some of the key takeaways were:
Mile High Young Professionals congratulates The Denver Business Journal's Forty Under 40 Winners, announced today at the Hyatt Regency Convention Center.
Every accomplished...Read More
Denver is better than both Chicago and Seattle in at least one respect, according to a ranking of the best cities for young entrepreneurs.
The ranking, which put Denver at No. 8 on...Read More
The Colorado Department of Labor and Employment has released state employment information for January 13.
According to the survey of households, the unemployment rate decreased...Read More
The fifth annual State of DIA event held Tuesday at the Denver Performing Arts Complex focused on two things: flights and finances.
Denver International Airport's manager of...Read More
In an interview with reporters today at the Venture Capital In The Rockies event in Beaver Creek, Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper revealed that the state will be partnering...Read More
The People’s Fair is an annual large-scale arts & crafts and music festival held the first weekend of June. Their goal is to provide family friendly entertainment for the community...Read More
Congratulations to April Lambatos for her recent coverage in the Denver Business Journal!
Many Mile High Young Professional members know April as our talented Membership Director,...Read More
The Denver Business Journal announces the honorees for the 2013 Forty under 40 awards.
Denver’s young, dynamic, up-and-coming leaders under age 40 are being recognized for their...Read More
A report to be released today by the Denver Office of Economic Development details 2012 as the most successful year for the city’s Business Incentive Fund, which helped attract or...Read More
Congratulations to the following Mile High Young Professionals Members for being nominated for the Denver Business Journal's 40 Under 40!
Since their launch five months ago, Uber has made great strides in creating a convenient, efficient, and classy transportation alternative in Denver. Uber’s technology platform has...Read More
MHYP is proud to announce our newest sponsor for 2013, The 3to5 Club! We are thrilled to be associated with such a well-respected business organization (and individual, MHYP...Read More
About 2,400 nonfarm payroll jobs were lost in Colorado between November and December, but economists said Friday that the loss was just a blip in an ongoing job recovery.