CHIEF BUSINESS COACH
Steve Replin is an entrepreneur, attorney and business coach with over 40 years of experience in the areas of starting, analyzing, implementing and accelerating the growth of new and growing businesses. Within his law practice, he focuses on the protection of intellectual property, new and small business issues, contract preparation, negotiation, business formation, business funding, and other transactional matters. His practice focuses on entertainment and fashion law where he represents film makers, writers, musicians, studios, museums, agents and managers, and all others in the creative arts.
Steve has been an asset-based lender since 1977 and by the late 1990’s had built one of the largest private lending banks in the country. He has served in leadership positions in Regatta Capital Ltd., Cherry Hill Capital, Del Mar Income Partners Ltd. and Monet Entertainment Group Ltd. Steve is the author of the Hard Money Book Series, including “Where To Go When The Bank Says No!” which deals with the issue of where entrepreneurs can go to obtain financing without utilizing a bank.
Steve received his law degree from the University of Denver, and both an MBA in corporate finance and investments, and a Master of Law Degree (LL.M) in taxation New York University. Additionally, he is a certified public accountant (CPA) in Colorado (currently on inactive status).
For many years, he has been involved with the American Heart Association, serving over time as the Director of the Denver Metro Division, Chairman of the Colorado/Wyoming affiliate and as a member of the Board of Directors of the Desert Mountain affiliate. He also runs a Political Action Committee dedicated to protecting and preserving endangered species. He is on the board of directors of the Colorado Regional Anti-Defamation League.