What is COILSx?
The Colorado Outdoor Industry Leadership Summit is hosting the regional mountain gathering on Friday, May 11 in Breckenridge, Colorado. COILSx is organized and presented by the Mountain Outdoor Recreation Alliance, a group of passionate outdoor recreation leaders in the Colorado Rockies.
Who should come?
If you’re a leader in the outdoor industry or a nonprofit, startup, business or organization focused on public lands, outdoor recreation, rec tech / innovation, this is your crew and this is your gathering. Join us. We’re focusing on the central mountain region in Colorado, including Aspen, Steamboat, Vail, Winter Park, Leadville and Summit County (Breckenridge, Frisco, Dillon and Silverthorne).
So, what exactly is COILSx?
This is the second COILSx meeting for the mountain region.
This is a “boots on the ground” kind of gathering (or boots in the snow). Here’s what to expect:
* Skiing and snowboarding
* Inspiring talks and panels
* Work sessions on key topics
* Problem solving & putting ideas into action
We’ll start COILSx with a special invitation to join the CPW (Colorado Parks & Wildlife) Partners in the Outdoors conference. Then, we’ll kick off COILSx with Congressman Jared Polis and Luis Benitez, director of Colorado’s Outdoor Recreation Industry Office. Other speakers and facilitators include: Aspen Skiing Company, Latino Outdoors, Town of Breckenridge, Routt County Economic Development, Western Resource Advocates and more.
For more info and tickets to COILSx, coilsx2018.splashthat.com
Similar to our survey that we conducted last year for COILSx, we are compiling an updated Mountain Communities Business Climate Survey for COILSx this year. The report will include feedback from businesses in Summit, Eagle, Routt, Grand, Lake, and Pitkin Counties. Survey participants information is kept strictly confidential. The Business Climate Survey will be released at COILSx on May 11th and will also be available to the public. Take the survey here: https://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/4290394/COILS2018?sid=1003&cnty=2