On April 23rd, Karl Dakin, executive director of the Sullivan Chair for Free Enterprise, will be a panel speaker at the Entrepreneurism in Colorado event, hosted by the Denver Business Journal.
From the Denver Business Journal, “Entrepreneurs typify the lifestyle of the West and are a dominant factor in our economy. The panel will review the importance of entrepreneurs in today’s society, current obstacles to increasing the number of entrepreneurs and supporting their efforts as well as leading entrepreneur programs.
Topics discussed will include entrepreneur education; international support of entrepreneurs; access to capital; local, state and federal economic development efforts; social investments and community impact funding as well as religious organizations and economic development.”
- Erin Seabold - panel moderator – a veteran entrepreneur and civic leader
- Karl Dakin, executive director of the Sullivan Chair for Free Enterprise at Regis University
- Andrew Romanoff, adviser to IDE, an international organization that supports entrepreneurs in developing countries
- Chris Gibbons, economic development director for the City of Littleton and developer of Economic Gardening
Monday, April 23, 2012, 5:00pm-7:00pm
South Metro Chamber offices at South Glen Mall
2154 E Commons Ave Ste 342
Centennial, CO 80122
For more information and to REGISTER for this event: