As a proud Colorado Springs, Colorado, business we understand the importance of building a brand. Colorado is a beautiful place to live and work, while also attracting tourists from across the country to view the beautiful scenery, hike, and participate in winter sports.
As a state, we need to continue to develop our national image to attract large events, corporations, and enthusiastic individuals. This is why preserving, enriching and growing Colorado’s brand is so important.
All of us at Sears & Associates, P.C. encourage you to join the movement in building Colorado’s brand. For many, the first step may be simply attending Aaron Kennedy’s speaking event on Dec. 12 at the University Colorado Colorado Springs.
UCCS would like to invite the entire Colorado Springs community to an evening of vision, brainstorming, and encouragement about developing the Colorado brand.
The College of Business Alumni Association is hosting Aaron Kennedy, founder of Noodles & Company. Mr. Kennedy is now Colorado’s Chief Marketing Officer, and will speak on “cooking up economic vitality and helping Colorado become more competitive in a global marketplace.”
Entrepreneurship and innovation will be central themes for the discussion, so be sure to have your own ideas on growing the Centennial State’s image.
Cookies, hot chocolate, and apple cider will be served during the event, providing a nice snack and break from the cold. The event begins at 3 p.m. and will end at 5 p.m.
The event is completely free and is open to the public, though UCCS is asking that you RSVP so seating and refreshments can be planned accordingly. Contact Samantha Bruner at [email protected] for more information.
At Sears & Associates, we hope to see Colorado Springs and the entire state flourish economically, climbing the ladder in global market relevance. To accomplish this, new ideas, innovative minds, and an enthusiastic population are necessary. Kennedy’s talk will hopefully spark excitement in our local community for the brand that is Colorado.
We hope to see you at UCCS’s Berger Hall on Dec. 12!