FREE Seminar: State of the Economy for the Colorado Construction Industry
Date(s) – Tuesday, January 14, 2014
3:00 pm – 4:30 pm
IECRM Denver Campus
IECRM invites you and your co-workers and colleagues to join us for this FREE Seminar (“Contractor College”): The State of the Economy for the Colorado Construction Industry, right here at the IECRM Denver Campus. This seminar is a panel discussion that will feature several economic experts in our region, and will be moderated by Colorado Business Bank and Bauerle and Company, P.C.
This is our second year of producing this extremely popular panel discussion and Q&A session – check out last year’s coverage here!
Our panelists are:
Erin Beckstein, Director of Business Marketing and Communications at Adams County Economic Development
Erin Beckstein is Director, Business Marketing and Communications at Adams County Economic Development (ACED), a public/private nonprofit (501-c6) economic development agency. In this role, she is responsible for a comprehensive outreach strategy to the business community to promote Adams County as a great place to do business. Erin is also the state appointed Adams County Enterprise Zone Administrator.
Jessica Erickson, Senior Business Development Manager for the Office of Economic Development and International Trade (OEDIT)
At the Office of Economic Development and International Trade (OEDIT), Jessica Erickson focuses on retention, expansion and recruitment of businesses specializing in Advanced Manufacturing, Infrastructure Engineering, and Transportation & Logistics.
David Musgrave, Supplier Diversity Liaison & State Purchasing Office for the State of Colorado’s Division of Finance & Procurement
David Musgrave was hired as the Supplier Diversity Liaison for Colorado’s State Purchasing Office in November 2012. As the Supplier Diversity Liaison and the Program Manager for ACCESSColorado (the State Purchasing Office’s outreach program for suppliers), David works with all businesses wanting to sell goods or services to State Agencies, State Institutions of Higher Education and Local Governments.
Any business, regardless of size or ownership, is provided access to Colorado State procurement. As a result, competition is increased, buyers have more options and the State receives better value, benefitting all Colorado residents.
The panelists will discuss:
- Upcoming opportunities
- How to work with Colorado State
- Challenges for the industry
- Specific questions asked by the audience during open Q&A session
Register below for this free seminar!
Guests are welcome — this event is free and open to the public!
Bookings are closed for this event.