8/19 Coffee Chat Wednesday-SPECIAL GUEST MIKE MERCATORIS
Roaring Fork Valley Business Coffee Chats

Coffee Chat Wednesdays-SPECIAL GUEST MIKE MERCATORIS

Aspen Business Connect brings the business professionals of our valley together in weekly morning Zoom chats to connect and collaborate starting at 8:30 am. In these conversations you will be introduced to the other professionals in our community and learn about the climate of business in our valley.

Mike Mercatoris came to the business of Real Estate after building several restaurant brands and consulting on restaurants throughout the Roaring Fork Valley. Negotiating 30 of his own leases and building 7 of his own locations, Mike saw the gaping hole between landlords and tenant relations and knew that he could bridge the gap between landlords and tenants by helping them to truly understand the entrepreneurial mindset and helping them to realize that their decisions would either put food on their employee’s table or not.

Mike was recruited for his entrepreneurial mind to build a Commercial/Entrepreneurial Real Estate Division for Slifer Smith & Frampton.  “They threw me the keys and said go for it, build it the way you would want to be treated as an Entrepreneur,” and so he did.

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