Anythink Startup Month: Highlights from a month of entrepreneurial celebration

Business plans were written, new connections were made, prototypes were designed and ideas were brought to life. Check out some highlights from September's Anythink Startup Month, a celebration of entrepreneurship throughout Adams County. 

Teens making a difference

Anythink York Street's Teen Advisory Board, a group of teens that help choose items for the library's collection and plan events, put together a market to sell the vegetables they grew throughout the summer in their community garden plot. With some coaching from Denver Urban Gardens and a lot of hard work, they sold more than 100 pounds of food. Not only did the teens put on a great market, they also donated their proceeds and extra food to the Thornton Community Food Bank.

What do you want to be when you grow up?

A geologist, a research scientist and an operating room nurse inspired wonder and excitement in more than 30 children at Anythink Commerce City. Children learned about a day in the life of the experts, their career paths and their goals.

Making connections

The Anythink Mixer: Business, Beer and Banter wasn't your average networking event. Entrepreneurs of all backgrounds gathered at Bruz Beers for an evening filled with everything from live drone demonstrations to screen-printing. Anythink staff were on-hand to highlight library resources that can help businesses at every stage

Careers in Cannabis

At Anythink Wright Farms, major players from the marijuana industry gathered to host a Careers in Cannabis panel and discuss the booming industry. Anythinkers were able to discuss the various opportunities in marijuana including human resources, IT and retail management.




Overall, Anythink Startup Month was a huge success in thanks to our amazing partners and Anythinkers like you. Did you miss out on the programs you wanted to attend at Anythink Startup Month? Don’t fret! Sign up here to receive emails about our future business programming. 





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