• Tom Genes

Carbondale Confluence

The Carbondale Chamber has announced The Carbondale Business Confluence will come together at The Third Street Center on Wednesday, September 18th from 2:30 – 5 p.m., followed by networking and Business After Hours until 7 p.m. Registration will begin at 2 p.m. 

The Confluence combines networking and interactive experiences with learning and updates from the State of Colorado, Garfield County and Town of Carbondale.  Highlights will include information on the economy, job growth and retention, Census 2020 and statewide programs and resources available to the Carbondale Business Community. Jill Corbin, Director of Destination Development from the Colorado Tourism office, Tom Jankovsky, Garfield County Commissioner and Carbondale Mayor Dan Richardson will share their insights and updates.

This year’s theme focuses on “The Carbondale Entrepreneurial Mindset” – the strengths and struggles of living and working in Carbondale for businesses and individuals. 

Keynote Tyler Moebius of FastG8, Inc. will host a Fireside Chat Q&A format on the Entrepreneur Mindset in Carbondale, his insights on the work/life balance and explore why entrepreneurs choose Carbondale as a place to work and raise their families.  

Tyler’s chat will be followed The Business Panel, a lively discussion on the highs and lows of living and working in the valley and why we choose Carbondale.  The dynamic panel of individuals representing a diverse group of industries and longevity in the Roaring Fork valley, will include Angela Bruno of Carbondale Clay Center representing Studio Arts, Laura Kirk of DHM Design and Tyler Moebius of FastG8 representing Design, Media & Innovation, Mark Fischer of Phat Thai & The Pullman representing Culinary Arts and Adam Miller of Why Cycles representing Outdoor Recreation and member at large of the Carbondale Chamber Tourism Council.  Mike Lowe of COVENTURE will moderate the panel.

The expanded Business After Hours and Expo will begin at 5 p.m. and offer live music and small bites & beverage samples plus great networking. 

Tickets are only $30 for Carbondale Chamber members and $40 for non-members and at the door.

The Confluence is made possible through support of our Avalanche Creek and Crystal River Carbondale Chamber members.

All net proceeds from the Carbondale Business Confluence benefit the Chamber’s continued service to the community and its 450+ businesses. The Carbondale Chamber of Commerce is committed to working together with businesses and the community to provide leadership, education, and support for our members in order to make the Carbondale area a more vital and dynamic place to live, work, and visit.

For tickets, updated information and membership options, please visit Carbondale.com or call the Carbondale Chamber office at (970) 963-1890.  #

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