The Colorado Business Roundtable (COBRT) hosts three signature events each year. We hear from global, national, and local leaders who educate and discuss shared challenges and opportunities that are influencing organizations. The speakers are renowned in their respective fields of government, business, and education. And, as always, it is an exciting time to network and collaborate. Come and experience these powerful one-of-a-kind events.
State of the State
At the start of each legislative session, we host a moderated interview with Colorado’s Governor. This lively exchange gives the Governor an opportunity to share business priorities and answer top-of-mind questions from the business community.
View from the Top
CEOs from America’s largest companies discuss the unique challenges and opportunities they face in leading fortune companies. Former speakers include: John Hayes, CEO, Ball Corporation; Mike Fries, CEO, Liberty Global; Hikmet Erset, CEO, Western Union; Steven Demetriou, CEO, Jacobs Engineering; and Adam Contros, CEO RE/MAX Holding Group.
State of Workforce
Colorado Business Roundtable hosts an annual event around issues such as higher education and workforce to better understand and meet the challenges for the future of Colorado’s workforce readiness.
In-Depth, Personal, and Impactful
Colorado Business Roundtable hosts invitation-only policy roundtables on a variety of business issues that are top-of-mind for today’s business and elected leaders. We have a reputation for convening, collaborating, and putting forth innovative solutions from the business community.
Colorado Business Roundtable hosts in-person Roundtable in addition to interactive congressional briefing conference calls with Colorado’s 7 United States Representatives and 2 United States Senators to hear about federal business priorities from elected leaders and provide feedback.
Business are committed to investing in and working with their local communities to provide support, increase economic development and offer a helping hand in times of crisis. Our Community Committee brings together collaboration and action between the business and nonprofit communities.