A Blueprint for the Future of Mobility

In 2015, we partnered with our region’s transportation system planners, and the idea was simple: How can the public and private sectors work better together to plan for the technological advances that are changing how we get around? We recognized the speed of change would require very thoughtful planning and coordination to be ready for … Read Post

Best in Show: CO’s Ag. Industry

Denver may no longer be a cowtown, but our agriculture industry still has a tremendous impact on our economy. Our exports like meat products, animal hides and dairy help drive our economy, and they put Coloradans to work. Agriculture supports 173,000 jobs in Colorado and generates more than $40 billion of economic activity. And, our … Read Post

Finding and Attracting the Right Talent

Colorado is among the top  10 fastest-growing states in the U.S., according to USA TODAY. And, with the unemployment rate at historic lows in Colorado (3 percent) and nationwide (3.9 percent), finding and hiring the right employees for your organization is becoming increasingly challenging. A recent panel discussion at Metropolitan State University of Denver, moderated … Read Post

DEN Reaches 200 Nonstop Flight Destinations

With the launch of two new  international and 17 U.S. flights this year, Denver International Airport (DEN) now offers 200 nonstop global destinations – the first time in its aviation history. And, DEN has the most domestic destinations of any airport in the country. “The Metro Denver region’s success attracting and scaling companies relies on … Read Post

Metro Denver’s Mobility Starts with an App

Leadership Denver project team focuses on mobility Colorado had 638 traffic fatalities in 2017, and those fatalities have been on the rise since 2010. Reducing the number of traffic fatalities is the focus of Denver Mayor Michael B. Hancock’s Denver Vision Zero Action Plan and mobility was one of the five key issues the mayor tasked … Read Post