CTA’s second annual Tech Tour set for Aug. 1-5

Wednesday July 27, 2016 0 comments Tags: Denver, CTA, Colorado Tech Tour , Gov. John Hickenlooper


DENVER -- Colorado Technology Association  will hold its second annual Colorado Tech Tour  Aug. 1-5 with stops in six Colorado cities.Colorado_Tech_Tour_logoUSE

The tour, which begins in Colorado Springs on Aug. 1, aims to build bridges of creating an all-inclusive tech community across the state, CTA said.

The tour will also showcase “the amazing work happening in every corner of the state,” CTA said.

The Tech Tour will recognize and tell the stories of innovative leaders and companies transforming Colorado into an internationally renowned tech hub. 

The tour is a storytelling platform to showcase technology innovators and organizations of all sizes as Colorado continues to grow into what is becoming an internationally renowned tech hub, CTA said. 

The tour is being held in conjunction with Colorado Tech Week, declared by Gov. John Hickenlooper.

The tour schedule is:

  • Aug. 1—Colorado Springs
  • Aug. 2 – Frisco and Vail
  • Aug. 3—Grand Junction
  • Aug. 4—Fort Collins
  • Aug. 5—Longmont

Sponsors of the event include AMP10x, Catalyst Campus, CBRE, CenturyLink, Colorado Springs Regional Business Alliance, CSU, HPE, ReadyTalk, SendGrid, SBDC, Swiftpage, Ubee Interactive, Verizon, ViaWest and Zayo.

Event partners include Colorado Innovation Network (COIN), Colorado Workforce Development Center (CWDC), Go Code Colorado, Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade (OEDIT) and the Colorado Office of Information Technology (OIT).

For more information, visit coloradotechtour.org or coloradotechweek.org.