IKEA Boulder CO
(303) 545 0320
(303) 443 6900
The IKEA buildings are designed from the ground up. An average blue and yellow store avaerages 300,000 sq ft. Inside you’ll find a one-way layout which leads customers along the long way. This layout is designed to encourage the customer to see the store in its entirety. IKEA stores also have a Swedish restaurant inside that also serves local food items and a children’s secure playground area. Security guards watch over the kids and parents receive a monitor in case the children need them before they are done shopping. People are known to drive long hours to get to the nearest IKEA store and IKEA accomodates these customers by keeping stores open for longer hours than other traditional furniture stores. Shopping at IKEA becomes a pleasureable outing not chore. Their showroom is a vast set of tasteful displays with intricate details that are all offered for sale.
IKEA has 12 full time designers and over 80 freelancers who concentrate on making affordable, functional and beautiful pieces of furniture. They cater to specific localized market demands and take the host culture of their locations into consideration. IKEA implements the economies of scale model to cut on costs and have their own enviornmentally responsible wood furniture manufacturing company called Swedwood. They have also partnered with 1,300 suppliers in 53 countries to find the most eco-friendly, cost-effective and responsible bargains.
IKEA’s furniture is designed to be assembled by the consumer. The package will include assembly instructions and the tools you need to construct the item. You can do it yourself or there are reasonably priced professionals available to quickly assemble the furniture for you. If you are too busy or don’t feel confident in your assembly skills, you can hire the job done and still spend a significantly lower amount than you would if you bought traditional furniture and had it delivered.
IKEA publishes an annual catalouge in 55 editions in 27 languages for 36 countries that are distributed in stores and by mail. Their Website offers over 12,000 products for bathroom, bedroom, children’s furniture, cooking and kitchen, decoration, dinning, dinning ware, hallway, laundry, lighting, living room, outdoor, secondary storage, small storage, bedding/bathroom/curtain textiles, workspace and youth room. Check out www.ikea.com/us/en/ to take a peek at their selection and learn more about IKEA’s fasinating history and social and enviornmental initiatives.
Dates: 2/15/2013 - 12/17/2013
Location: Center for Clarity/East Side Entrance
5400 Greenwood Plaza Blvd
SHIFT: To Above the Line, Positive ThinkingWith Clarity’s Positive Thought Life Preserver
Do you sometimes swirl in an eddy of negative thinking, and create the exact opposite result of what you want?
Do you want to know how to choose the most effective thoughts to:
- Attract what you want?
- Maintain positive energy when surrounded by negativity?
- Have greater mental clarity whenever you choose?
- Fully live your personal power every day?
- Develop deeper personal relationships?
Includes Clarity’s Thought Changer Tool Kit:
- SHIFT Guidebook to Positive Thinking
- Clarity Attention Guide and Balance Sheet
- 4 hours of dedicated to time towards learning these amazing skills for engaging positive thinking into your everyday life!
There is a secret to choosing to work and live with passion and purpose―tune into your own energetic signals and consciously choose thoughts that align all aspects of your life with what energizes you.
When you are deeply enmeshed in the mud of negative thoughts and behaviors, it’s very difficult to know where to shift your thoughts – even if you are conscious of the need to do it. Clarity’s Thought Changing System provides you a simple, easy to use system to SHIFT your thought energy. For example: if anxiety is what you are thinking, the system will help you change your energy to thinking and being enthusiastic; if you are thinking and feeling scarcity, the system will gui
The Get Clarity™ Code – 2 hr Breakfast Workshop
Dates: 2/20/2013 - 11/5/2013
Location: Center for Clarity/East Side Entrance
5400 Greenwood Plaza Blvd
The Get Clarity© Code
Having Clarity of Energy, Vision, Focus and Action
Drives Peak Performance in Life and Work
If you are looking to go to the next level in your life and work, this workshop will intrigue your mind, touch your heart and inspire your soul! Come with questions and leave with answers.
No one starts the day saying, "I am going to behave and act in ways that exhaust my energy." Sounds absurd doesn't it? And yet, that is the net effect of what happens day in and day out in offices everywhere - people go home with their energy and their enthusiasm drained and exhausted, having worked at less than optimal levels.
What is needed is knowledge about the impact that human energy has on the individual and the workplace. There is a secret to working and living with passion and purpose. When you align all aspects of your work and life with what energizes you, then success happens. You have the opportunity to live and work your life "in the zone."
Come learn about simple and yet powerful concepts that will give you clarity of energy, vision, focus and action.
- Do you have a clear vision of what's next in your life?
- Are you asking yourself -"How do I fully live and work to my potential?"
- Do you want more commitment and engagement from the people you lead at work?
You know you're ready to learn Clarity's energy rules if...
- You're working longer hours and getting fewer results
- You have a clear vision for what you want, but lose focus as you move toward it
- Your day ends with a drained feeling of dissatisfaction
- You consistently feel as if your life is out of balance
Join us for this enlightening, interactive session to learn powerful tools to:
- Avoid the commonly accepted behaviors that actually inhibit everyone's performance
- Create a model of behavior and co
Dates: 4/1/2013 - 6/1/2013
Location: Denver Merchandise Mart
451 E 58th Avenue
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Visitor Registration Flyfishing Show-Denver
Date: 04-JAN-13 to 06-JAN-13
Flyfishing Show-Denver is designed for the specialty fly-fishing industry, Fly-Fishing Retailer World Trade Expo connects a targeted audience to conduct business in a professional and friendly atmosphere. The event will be held at the Denver Merchandise Mart.
Venue: Denver Merchandise Mart, Denver, Colorado, United States Of America
this event is a test event
Dates: 5/1/2013 - 5/31/2013
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Dates: 5/17/2013 - 5/20/2013
Location: Aurora Chamber of Commerce
3200 South Parker Road
Costume-Con 31 is a 4-day weekend conference for everyone who designs, makes, wears and/or admires costumes. CC-31 will include a myriad of instructional workshops, panel discussions, displays, a dealers room, costume competitions, meetups, parties, and the broadest collection of creativity all focused on costuming that you have ever had the privilege to contact in one place. Nothing starts the creative juices flowing in new paths like the intensive exposure to fresh viewpoints, techniques and enthusiastic dialog.
Masquerades are costume competitions. Costumes are presented on stage with a bit of theatrical support to show the work off to its best advantage. Costumers compete at several different levels: Novice, Journeyman and Master.
- Science Fiction and Fantasy costumes are evaluated by two separate judging panels, Workmanship, a close examination performed backstage, which is optional, but encouraged, and Presentation by judges seated in the audience.
- Historical costumes are evaluated both on construction and from the audience as presented. Entries can be categorized as Recreation, where precise historical techniques and faithful reproduction are valued, or Interpretation, where a period design or garment may just be a jumping-off point. In both categories, a short summary of the entrant's supporting research (documentation) is important.
Future Fashion: A two-part competition
The design portion of the competition takes place prior to the conference, with designers submitting their designs by mail or email. Winning designs are published in the Future Fashion Folio approximately 6 months before the conference. Then, conference attendees can create designs from the Future Fashion Folio to present on the runway at the conference. Finished garments are evaluated on how faithfully the original design is realized.
Single Pattern Competition