Digital magazine editors currently are reaching out to the region's business community for stories
(KANSAS CITY, Mo.) Jan. 13, 2014 – The entrepreneurial landscape of the Denver area soon will be explored by digital magazine ID8 Nation for an in-depth series supported by the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation.
Through articles, video, photography, podcasts and infographics, ID8 Nation will tell the Denver story as part of a national dialogue that profiles unique entrepreneurial ecosystems one city at a time.
In January, ID8 Nation's editors, reporters and producers will visit the Denver region to meet with key contacts and conduct interviews that will paint a picture of the area's entrepreneurial ecosystem.
The content serves to provide lessons and examples of how to build a thriving startup community for entrepreneurship supporters across the country.
Denver-area businesses, accelerators, venture capitalists, educators, thought leaders and others who play a leading role in the region's rich entrepreneurial culture and are interested in participating can email their contact information and a brief synopsis of their involvement to ID8 Nation editor Jim Sweeney at jsweeney@ID8nation.com.
For additional information, to access ID8 Nation content, or download the magazine, visit www.id8nation.com. The newest issue of ID8 Nation, which explores the entrepreneurial landscape of Raleigh, Durham and Chapel Hill in North Carolina's Research Triangle, will be released later this month.
ID8 Nation previously has profiled Pittsburgh, San Diego and Seattle.
The name ID8 Nation is derived from the word "ideate" – the process of forming an idea. Entrepreneurially minded people can engage with ID8 Nation on Twitter at @ID8Nation, on Facebook.com/ID8Nation and through multichannel hashtag #ID8Nation.