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John Soricelli, Next Peak Business Solutions

November 2012 - Featured Monthly Investor

Innovation, collaboration and motivation are key components to moving a community forward and John Soricelli with Next Peak Business Solutions has the personality and obvious desire to make that happen by being involved in major roles at the Loveland Chamber of Commerce. He has demonstrated his ability to always put his ‘best foot forward’ and with a strong vision for the chamber’s future, John has been recognized as the November Featured Monthly Investor.

“John brings his great outgoing personality and always has a smile for everyone! He is willing to do anything for the good of the group.  He begins any effort with his best and his involvement with the chamber is an example for all of us,” said Susan Arbini, sales liaison at Banner Health Occupational Health Services.

“John is a great team player! He is involved in the chamber through our ambassador program and specifically heads up the ribbon cutting process committee. His attention to detail and his ability to structure a process for planning makes him a vibrant leader. He is also helping me facilitate a new program called “Lunch & Learn” that will be an added value to the Investors of the chamber.  John has a humorous side to him as well and it gives us all great joy to have him on our team,” said Mindy Moree, CEO of the Loveland Chamber.

Motivating and mentoring current investors are also traits that many think John is truly seasoned at. He shows great entrepreneurial ability and is continually ready to help. 

“John works extremely hard as an ambassador promoting the Loveland Chamber of Commerce at Business Before Hours and Business After Hours events; setting an example for current investors. I think that John is a true asset to the Loveland Chamber of Commerce and continually makes an impact for our community,” said Rocci Bryan, vice chairman ambassador committee at the Loveland Chamber.

Hear it From John:

How have you capitalized on your Loveland Chamber investment and what has it brought you?

The biggest thing the Chamber has brought me is relationships. Not just from a business perspective but also understanding what's going on in the community to a greater extent.

What Chamber events, committees etc. do you find the most valuable?

Business After Hours, Business Before Hours, Ambassador Team, Ribbon Cuttings

What would you say to someone considering Chamber investment?

You get out of it what you put into it, as with anything