While Colorado Springs and other U.S. communities are benefiting from a healthy national economy, we know there are cycles and planning for swings is key to maintaining stability.
Locally, the University of Colorado Colorado Springs Economic Forum is the premier resource for Colorado Springs and regional economic information. Held this year on Thursday, Oct. 4, the UCCS Economic Forum is an opportunity to learn about the trends and dynamics occurring nationally, statewide, and in our community, and how they will impact your business. Experts from UCCS and the community will present objective forecasts about key economic indicators such as population, employment, wages, prices, retail trade, and housing that can be used for planning future business strategies.
The Forum is open to the public and provides a networking opportunity with a variety of industry, educational, elected and other business leaders. Participants who attend the Forum will receive a comprehensive report filled with data, statistics, and trends that will help uncover new opportunities and make better business decisions.
The Colorado Springs Chamber & EDC is a sponsor of the UCCS Economic Forum and proudly supports the work of Dr. Tatiana Bailey, UCCS Economic Forum director, and her team.
22nd Annual UCCS Economic Forum
- Thursday, Oct. 4
- 1 to 4 p.m. (Check-in begins at 12:30 p.m. and networking happy hour begins at 4 p.m.)
- Ent Center for the Arts at University of Colorado Colorado Springs
- Cost: $80 (Individuals wishing to obtain real estate continuing education credits: $100
- Register here