October 26, 2018 – Navigating Business Lifecycles

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Navigating Business Lifecycles

From Early Stage to Maturity and Beyond!

Friday, October 26, 2018
6:45-9:00 a.m.
Peak Executive Forum (formerly MME) 2018-2019 Panel Series Presents:

Will you be able to successfully transition your business from where it is today to the next level in its growth cycle? Join our panel of experts as they discuss the predictable milestones and hurdles you’ll face as your business transitions from a small business to mature market leader – and beyond.

Please note that seating is limited, and will be on a first-come, first-served basis.
Registration will close on or before October 24th.
Our Panelists:
Scott headshotScott McIntyre
Total Roofing
ClayClay Guillory
Titan Robotics
Wayne G. Nielsen, President PictureWayne Nielsen
W.G. Nielsen & Co

Scott McInytre, CEO founded Total Roofing in 2005. Scott and his wife Amber have grown Total Roofing from a two person operation working out of their home to a thriving business with over 25 employees and two locations.  Total Roofing is ranked in the top 100 roofing companies in the nation, according to roofing contract magazine.  Scott operates his business debt free and believes in systematic conservative growth. Total Roofing has expanded its operations beyond roofing and is best described as a full service weather restoration company serving Colorado Springs, Denver and the surrounding areas.  Total Roofing serves homeowners and commercial businesses and is a preferred contractor with most insurance carriers.

Natives of Colorado Springs, Scott and Amber believe in relationships and going above and beyond in their day to day operations and exceed their customer’s expectations.

Clay Guillory is the founder and CEO of Titan Robotics. A Mechanical Engineer by trade, his passion for 3D printing began as a hobby, building 3D printers in his garage during his spare time. But the hobby quickly grew into a business, and Clay founded Titan Robotics in 2014, at the age of 26. As a Mechanical Engineer, Clay knew he wanted to use his skills to make a difference in the lives of others, and found that path through 3D printing. From making custom prosthetics for children, to pushing the envelope of 3D printing with new technology and machine design, Clay has become an expert in the field of additive manufacturing and the head of a successful start up in Colorado Springs. As founder and CEO, Clay envisions Titan Robotics leading the way in the fields of 3D printing and manufacturing, from the medical field, to research, product development and every day manufacturing processes.

Wayne Nielsen is the Managing Partner of W.G. Nielsen & Co. and has more than 30 years of investment banking experience. Since 1996, he has specialized in providing customized mergers and acquisitions services for privately held middle-market companies.

Prior to founding W.G. Nielsen & Co., Mr. Nielsen was Executive Vice President of Kirkpatrick Pettis, a subsidiary of Mutual of Omaha, where he founded and managed the firm’s Rocky Mountain investment banking operations, including corporate and public finance, retail and institutional sales, trading activities and money management services. Before that, Mr. Nielsen managed United Bank of Denver’s investment banking activities.

He began his financial career as a commercial loan analyst with Midland Bank, a Norwest Bank, and then moved to Northwestern National Life Insurance Co. as a portfolio investment analyst.

Mr. Nielsen holds a bachelor’s degree in Communications from Pacific Union College and an MBA from Webster University.

Peak Executive Forum
Peak Executive Forum, (formerly known as Middle Market Entrepreneurs group) provides innovative educational programs for today’s established entrepreneurial companies and decision-makers. Our group consists of owners and senior executives of second-stage organizations in growth mode.
Our 5 semi-monthly events are highly-tailored and interactive breakfast or lunch panel forums. Subject matter experts, from academia, professional services, and actual business application, are drawn from our local CEO and trusted advisor community. Event attendees stay current with leading edge business practices and community initiatives, collaborate with their peers, and establish or renew business relationships with like-minded people.

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El Paso Club
30 E. Platte Avenue
Colorado Springs, CO 80903


2 hours 15 minutes

1 review for October 26, 2018 – Navigating Business Lifecycles

  1. bryan

    Looking forward to another awesome event!

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