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Tuesday, May 24, 2011

DENVER-- With the Denver IDEA Cafe Startup Workshop this Friday, May 27, to share his startup experience will be Rick Raddatz, an entrepreneur, philosopher, and professional speaker. He has degrees in both Computer Science and Philosophy from UW/Madison.

Rick worked at Microsoft from 1988 to 2000 and started his own software company in 2003.

To create the Win+Win Revolution, Rick to spent four years brainstorming with other small business owners representing all political views.

Recently, Rick handed over control of his business to a partner so he can focus full time on the Win+Win Revolution.

Going forward, Rick has big plans for the Win+Win Revolution including a mix of non-profit, for-profit and political organizations dedicated to one combined purpose -- making the world a better place.

For more information see our Facebook Page and it's link to our Denver Small Business Chamber Group or our Meetup site

Question? Have an idea for a good speaker for an upcoming IDEA Cafe? Want to become part of the Franklin Circle Peer Advisory Group that is forming now? Contact John Wren at or (303)861-1447.