Colorado Tech Tour Day 2: Wrapup Video
Frisco / Vail
Tuesday, August 2
The Rocky Mountains are filled with eclectic towns that carry their own personalities and attract tech professionals who want a different lifestyle. That’s why we’re making three stops in two towns – Frisco and Vail – to visit entrepreneurial spaces where the community works, connects and learns. All day we’ll be talking about and sharing stories of how vital STEM education is, no matter your age, to Colorado’s success.
TECH TALKS + TOUR: EVO3 Workspace
9:30 – 10:30 am
EVO3 Workspace creates an environment that fosters innovation and ideation in a world where the only constant is change. As more people start businesses and personal projects, or telecommute and opt for flexible arrangements with their employers, this collaborative movement is encompassing how we work.
Moderator: Aaron Landau, Founder / Managing Director, EVO3 Workspace
- Owen Fallon (2nd Grade), EVO3 Workspace Intro to App Dev student
- Eamonn Fallon (5th Grade), EVO3 Workspace Intro to App Dev student
- Brian Foster, EVO3 Workspace coding school student
TECH TALKS + TOUR: ELEVATE
11:00 am – 12:30 pm
ELEVATE Frisco will wow you. It’s an inspiring, stunning space with vaulted ceilings, log beams and a creative vibe. It’s more than a shared workspace, it’s a community of entrepreneurs, innovators, tech geeks and badasses who want to elevate the way they work, live and play.
- Outdoor Rec Tech discussion
- Educational programs / Full Stack + panel
- Tech company lightning round/2-minute pitches
- Brian & Michelle Flickinger, Threadlyte
- John Snook, Colorado Avalanche Information Center
- Mark Mulrooney, Micrium
- Jason Rush, Panda Strike
- Nick Frey, Boo Bicycles
- Lucas & Kristin Miller, In Motion Albums
TECH TALKS + TOUR: BaseCamp for Entrepreneurs at Vail Centre for Entrepreneurship
1:30 – 2:30 pm
BaseCamp for Entrepreneurs, Vail
This co-working facility combines people, thinking and resources in a collaborative environment with the goal of boosting the performance of individuals and organizations.
If interested in learning more about any of the day’s events, please contact Matt Wendel at email@example.com or 720-382-5923.
Growing Colorado’s Regions
Colorado OEDIT has taken an inventory of national best practices on regional, asset-based economic development and is identifying additional opportunities to leverage available resources as a way to advance the regional economic development priorities identified by local partners. Learn more about Colorado’s 14 regions and contact Senior Regional Manager Meridith Marshall with questions or to get involved.
We’ll be stopping at Region 12 – including Jackson, Grand, Summit, Eagle and Pitkin counties – on Tuesday, August 2nd. Read up on the region through its strategic summary.