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EDCC’s Knowledge Vault is a virtual arsenal of valuable economic development-related information that helps advise, educate, and stimulate economic development efforts across Colorado. The Vault is packed full of the latest trends, best practices, case studies, and near-term solutions to Colorado’s biggest issues delivered by thought leaders across Colorado and beyond. As a member benefit, members can access this information anywhere, at any time.

Knowledge Vault

EDCC’s Knowledge Vault is a virtual arsenal of valuable economic development related information that helps advise, educate, and stimulate economic development efforts across Colorado. The Vault is packed full of the latest trends, best practices, case studies, and near-term solutions to Colorado’s biggest issues delivered by thought leaders across Colorado and beyond. As a member benefit, members can access this information anywhere, at any time.

RESOURCES AND WEBINAR

Labor Shortages & Supply Chain Woes

The tightening labor market is putting a great strain on the nation’s supply chains, causing delays and disruptions that are impacting our local economies. EDCC is coalescing its Economic Development community and strategic partners in a unique roundtable discussion to share current programs and solutions, we can begin to implement…

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RESOURCES AND WEBINAR

Advocacy for Leadership in your Community!

One of the many key responsibilities of a highly successful economic developer is to build community support and raise public awareness around economic development issues. Seems easy enough right? Yet, this is one of the hardest responsibilities to execute. In this hour-and-half interactive exchange, attendees will engage with highly successful…

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PRESENTATION

EDCC A Year in Review, Elected Board Appointments, and More

PRESENTER: Laura Lewis Marchino, CEcD, Board Chair, Executive Director, Region 9 EDD   You may also like the following: Breakout 3: Agri-Tech Industry Plenary Session 2: Workforce Housing and Economic Development: At The Crossroads Plenary Session 6: Colorado’s Changing Population Economic Development Market Place: Breakout 3: What’s Next For Retail?…

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PRESENTATION

Public Policy Efforts, 2021 Recap, 2022 Outlook

PRESENTER: Rich Werner, Public Policy Chair/Past Board Chair; Executive Director, Upstate Colorado Jennifer Cassell, EDCC Lobbyist and Committee Administrator, Bowditch & Cassell   You may also like the following: Breakout 3: Agri-Tech Industry Plenary Session 2: Workforce Housing and Economic Development: At The Crossroads Plenary Session 6: Colorado’s Changing Population…

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PRESENTATION

Plenary Session 6: Colorado’s Changing Population

Initial Census 2020 data show a rapidly changing US population not only in its characteristics but also in its geographic shifts. These data reveal critical trends impacting Colorado for the next few years and decades.  This session will provide key findings from Census 2020 for the US and Colorado and…

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PRESENTATION

Economic Development Market Place: Breakout 1: Making Way For Small Investors

Economic development is often stymied by community policies that may not accurately reflect the development, redevelopment, and investment vision for the community. Downtown Colorado, Inc. has been working with partners across professional and geographic silos to investigate the impacts of policy, access to capital, and access to expertise in our…

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PRESENTATION

Breakout 2: Aerospace Industry

For many industries, the pandemic exposed their fragility to the large-scale disruption that it caused. Economic developers found themselves emersed in triaging local businesses, an action unfamiliar to our industry. Now that we are beginning to emerge, it’s time to take a step back and look at the industries that…

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PRESENTATION

Breakout 3: Agri-Tech Industry

For many industries, the pandemic exposed their fragility to the large-scale disruption that it caused. Economic developers found themselves emersed in triaging local businesses, an action unfamiliar to our industry. Now that we are beginning to emerge, it’s time to take a step back and look at the industries that…

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PRESENTATION

Breakout 4: Outdoor Recreation Industry

For many industries, the pandemic exposed their fragility to the large-scale disruption that it caused. Economic developers found themselves emersed in triaging local businesses, an action unfamiliar to our industry. Now that we are beginning to emerge, it’s time to take a step back and look at the industries that…

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