Adams State University and Trinidad State Junior College request that you join us for the third annual SLV Economic Summit.
This year we will be featuring SLV Industry Hemp Progress, Downtown Colorado Revitalization, Local Foods, SLV Business Support, and a panel on Regional Business Expansion, Retention and Innovation. Our speakers will include Dr. Stephan Weiler from Colorado State University, Katherine Cordell from Downtown Colorado, Inc., Betsy Markey from Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade (OEDIT), Monte Robertson from SLV Hemp, and Thomas Monaco from SLV Small Business Development Center.
Lunch and snacks are included.
Katherine Correll is be presenting a session on Building Your Place Economy:
As Colorado’s communities seek more sustainable and diversified economic
growth, we must start to consider how policies, partnerships, and the built
environment can help grow resilient economies. Partners working to reshape
housing, workforce, transportation, or food systems, must come out from
their silos begin to see the larger community impacts. As the gathering,
information sharing, and revenue generating centers of most communities,
Downtowns are central to the discussion of broader cultural changes that
reshape the economy.
You can register for the event online.