Today, Gayle Dendinger, CEO of ICOSA Media will join Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper and seventy other various leaders from Colorado businesses on the Biennial of the Americas trade mission to Mexico City. This four day trade mission is sponsored by the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade and is meant to build ideas, connections and a collaborative dialogue for the upcoming Biennial of the Americas to be held in Colorado in 2015. Participants include Anadarko Petroleum Corporation, Museum of Contemporary Art, Gill Foundation, Urban Market Partners, Colorado State University, CH2M Hill, Bravo! Vail, Vail Resorts Inc., Denver Museum of Nature and Science, CIMCO Private Wealth, Colorado School of Mines, Unreasonable Institute, ICOSA Media, Denver Hispanic Chamber, Project C.U.R.E., Chamber of the Americas, Lockheed Martin, Colorado College, Denver International Airport, Smithsonian, Suncor, Colorado State University…just to name a few.
“The Biennial of the Americas provides an international platform for leaders in business, government, civil society, and the arts to examine the significant issues impacting life in the Americas.” For more information on the Biennial please visit, www.biennialoftheamericas.org.
To view coverage of the 2014 Biennial of the Americas please visit, http://bit.ly/B_A Participants will arrive this afternoon into Mexico City and will start the evening with a welcome reception hosted by Vail Resorts that will include leaders from Colorado and Mexico City.
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