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DCI launched a new talent attraction website for Metro Denver EDC
In February, DCI launched a new talent attraction microsite for Metro Denver Economic Development Corporation, to shine a light on both Colorado’s booming investment services industry and on the state as one of America’s top living destinations. The website, Work-At-Your-Peak-CO, features rising stars from the state’s growing investment firms, highlighting what makes Colorado a great fit for successful careers and lifestyles. The site is a great resource for learning about careers in the investment services industry in the state, and helps job seekers reach their peak and pursue their passions in Colorado. DCI’s Senior Account Executive (and avid rock climber), Kendra Walker, helped lead this project and just happens to be one of the faces of this campaign.View the site here!
DCI Agency Exchange Flies Across the Pond
DCI staffers Rebecca Gehman and Ally Carson participated in DCI's second agency exchange and had the opportunity to fly to London to work with Black Diamond Agency. During their time in England, they brainstormed with the Black Diamond team, worked on accounts and picked up some of the agency's best practices to apply to back home at DCI. Ally and Rebecca also attended the international tourism industry trade show, World Travel Market, where they explored booths of cities around the world and learned the top do's and do not's in trade show marketing.
DCI Presents "U.S. Executives’ Perceptions of Canada’s Business Climate: A View from the Lower 48"
DCI Director of Research Robyn Domber and Senior Vice President Dariel Curren attended the conference Ontario’s Economy…Driven by Innovation held in Toronto, Canada to present the findings of “U.S. Executives’ Perceptions of Canada’s Business Climate: A View from the Lower 48.” After asking 188 C-suite executives in the US about their impressions of Canada's business climate, this new report compiled the responses into valuable information for Canadian economic development organizations. In addition to the report’s results, the session covered tactical and effective ways that Canada’s communities can promote themselves directly to a US business audience.Download the report!