Patrick Schwerdtfeger is available to speak in Denver as a leading authority on technology, self-employment and global business trends. He’s the author of the award-winning book Marketing Shortcuts for the Self-Employed (2011, Wiley) and a regular speaker for Bloomberg TV. If you are planning a business conference at the Embassy Suites Denver Downtown Convention Center on Stout Street, the Exdo Event Center on 35th and Downing Street, the Colorado Convention Center between Stout and Welton Streets or some other convention space in Denver, Colorado, Patrick will deliver the excitement and buzz you’re looking for. As a motivational keynote speaker, his primary objective is to leave attendees inspired, energized and excited to improve their businesses.
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Denver has many conference facilities, including:
- The Colorado Convention Center on Fourteenth Street
- Hotel Monaco Denver on Champa Street
- Magnolia Hotel Denver on Seventeenth Street
- The Oxford Hotel on Seventeenth Street
- Hyatt Regency Denver at Colorado Convention Center on Fifteenth Street
- Other meeting spaces in Aurora, Lakewood and Arvada
General Information about Denver, Colorado, for Meeting Planners
The capital of the US state of Colorado, Denver lies in the South Platte River and at the center of Front Range Urban Corridor. It is the most populous city of Colorado and the 27th largest in the US with a population of over 600,158. Its economy ranked as the 18th largest in the US, which attracts numerous global companies including TeleTech Holdings, Inc Magazine, and Intuit. In 2013, Denver is set to host the forthcoming International Education Event and the International Robot Olympiad (IRO). As a popular city in Colorado, Denver houses several famous conference and event venues including the Colorado Convention Center, Embassy Suites Denver-Downtown Convention Center and the ever-famous Pepsi Center. Here is Patrick’s economic forecast for America.
2014 Business Conventions in Denver, Colorado
Dozens of business conferences are being held in Denver in 2014. The Intro to Financial Investing the Better Investing Way will be hosted by the Better Investing Rocky Mountain Chapter in January at the Christ Church United Methodist on Colorado Boulevard. Also in January, the Getting Ready for Tax Time with Quickbooks Online seminar will be hosted by Small Biz Books at the Fluid Coffee Bar near Benedict Fountain Park. The American Business Conferences Organization will be hosting the Bakken Product Markets & Takeaway Capacity Congress 2014 at the Ritz-Carlton on Curtis Street in January. In May, the Hyatt Regency Denver Tech Center will play host to the AuthorU Extravaganza.
2013 Business Conferences in Denver, Colorado
Various annual conferences will take place in Denver during 2013. Some of these meetings include National Youth Leadership Council and Earth Force’s 24th Annual National Service-Learning Conference – Without Limits, the largest assembly of youth and advocates involved in service-learning at Colorado Convention Center in March. ACI will also have its 2013 ACI National Home Performance Conference and ACI Home Energy Leadership Summit at Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel in May. Additionally, the Extension Risk Management Education will host their 7th National Conference at Westin Westminster, whereas the Institute for Health Technology Transformation will hold their Health IT Summit at Colorado Convention Center in July.
Speaking Opportunities for Aspiring Speakers in Denver
Denver Toastmasters clubs are a great place for Colorado aspiring speakers to practice their craft. Thrillspeakers Toastmasters Club meets at Wellington Webb Municipal Building on West Colfax (Friday at 12:00 PM), Homesteaders Club meets at TIA-CREF Building on Broadway (Tuesday at 8:00 AM), Have Darts Ready (HDR) meets at HDR, Inc. on Broadway (Tuesday at 12:00 PM) and Downtowners Toastmasters Club meets at Weatherford on 17th Street (Monday at 11:55 AM).
Denver Food Choices for Convention Attendees
If you’re in Denver, Colorado, for a business conference, schedule some time to check out some of the local hotspots. Rocky Mountain Diner (Phone: 303-293-8383) on 18th Street in Downtown Denver is a classic American diner with comfortable booths, fried food favorites, and sandwiches. Root Down (Phone: 303-993-4200) on West 33rd Avenue at Highlands is an old gas station that now serves sweet potato falafel, hoisin duck confit sliders, and other items on a seasonally-adjusted menu. Biker Jim’s Dogs (Phone: 720-746-9355) on Larimer Street has a wide selection of gourmet hotdogs like the Louisiana Red Hots (beef with cayenne and paprika), Linguisa (Portuguese-style pork sausage with red wine and paprika), and the Bacon-wrapped Beef Sausage. El Taco De Mexico (Phone: 303-623-3926) on Santa Fe Drive in the Santa Fe Arts District has the best chilli relleno burrito in town.
Denver Attractions for Conference Delegates
After your business conference in Denver, Colorado, pay a visit to some of the interesting places in the city. Situated by 14th Avenue Parkway is the Denver Art Museum. It has some 68,000 works of art, all depicting North American history. To view the city’s latest cultural attraction, visit 1200 Broadway Street to explore the History Colorado Centre where programs and cultural events are held for people of all ages. Larimer Square is located at 1430 Larimer Street and is famous for comedy clubs, chic shopping, dance clubs and outdoor cafes. And if you want some fresh air and a serene environment, visit Confluence Park by downtown near mining camp for a river trolley and the downtown aquarium.