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Grow Your Business The forming of positive relationships is a critical component

to success in the business world. With this in mind, the Partnership encourages you to use our online member directory and regularly attend events, lectures and programs that bring our members together, including:

Downtown Denver Annual Awards Dinner Downtown Denver Leadership Program Downtown Denver Partnership Annual Meeting Monthly Member Forums (topics vary monthly) Online Member Directory Urban Exploration Trips

“As a young business owner and entrepreneur, the Partnership is my mentor—a resource—that I use to guide and challenge myself.”

Jon Schlegel, Owner, Snooze an A.M. Eatery

Get Access to Information You want access to information and resources that can help

you make smart business decisions. That’s why we provide you with a variety of tools and resources to do this most effectively, including:

Business Development and Housing Production Reports DDP News Highlights and Advisories web site Downtown Denver Quarterly Pedestrian Counts Monthly Member Forums Skylines Member Newsletter

“When Downtown is a good environment for our clients, it’s a good environment for us. The Partnership coalesces Downtown businesses, governmental entities and non- profit organizations to work together.”

Sharon Linhart Managing Partner, Linhart Public Relations

Economic Development Council — Identifies, develops and facilitates the Partnership’s role in the city, regional and state economic development activities to enhance the economic vitality of Downtown Denver.

Housing Council — Works to remove constraints in providing a diverse supply of housing for households of all income levels. Educates and markets advantages of living in Downtown and center city neighborhoods.

Marketing Advisory Council— A small group of marketing industry experts who collaborate on downtown specific marketing and branding efforts, led by the Partnership.


Membership Services Committee— Establishes strategies for recruiting and retaining business members from diverse industries represented in Downtown Denver.

Retail Council— Focuses on creating a Downtown retail destination based on a combination of unique and desirable, local and national retailers.

Safety Committee— Identifies issues and trends affecting both the level and perception of safety in Downtown Denver.

Transportation and Development Council— Promotes the coordination of land use and transportation in planning and development endeavors in Downtown.

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