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▪ Energy & Colorado Blueprint ▪ Progressive 15 Energy Summit June 26, 2013
Colorado Blueprint: Colorado’s Economic Development Strategy 3 Bottom-Up: Where We Started Blueprint: Where We’ve Been Business Plan: Where We are Going Business friendly environment Retain, recruit and grow business Access to capital Brand a stronger Colorado Train & educate the workforce of the future Innovation & Technology
4 Key Industries RegionsState Pipeline Top Line Metrics Colorado Blueprint: Colorado’s Economic Development Strategy
Colorado Blueprint: State Alignment 5 State Agencies Liaisons Cabinet Contacts Colorado Economic Forum First Annual Alignment of Economic Development, Education, and Workforce Development Pits & Peeves Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA) Brand Colorado Statewide marketing initiative Aligned Data Task Force Integrated and Aligned Data Teams
Colorado Blueprint: Regional Partnerships 6 Regional Partnership Ecosystem Industry Economic Development Organizations Workforce Development Centers Academia Government Community Organizations Benefits Identification and convening of regional economic development ecosystem stakeholders Boots-on-the-ground monitoring of regional plans and sector strategies progress Building trust and relationships between the State and local partners in the regions Maintaining a line-of-sight to bottom-up and Colorado Blueprint Outcomes Strategic Business Plans that promote regional economic growth Business ready communities
Colorado Blueprint: Key Industry Networks 7 AerospaceBioscienceCreative Industries Tourism & Outdoor Recreation ElectronicsEnergy & Natural Resources Food & Agriculture Health & Wellness Infrastructure EngineeringTechnology & InformationFinancial ServicesDefense & Homeland Security Advanced ManufacturingTransportation & Logistics
Colorado Blueprint: Key Industry Networks 8 Benefits Synergies from collaboration Identification of Colorado’s assets, strengths and opportunities Development of public-private partnerships Outcomes Strategic Business Plans that promote industry growth
11 Colorado Sector Partnerships
13 Colorado Blueprint: Pipeline Business Development Team Domestic & International Aligned by Key Industry Lead or Support a Prospect Process Flow Proactive Recruitment Outbound Marketing Trips Site Selector Relationships
14 Colorado INSITE – Statewide Asset Map What’s is it for Colorado? Statewide database of sites & building information Map layers of critical Colorado infrastructure and assets Generated demographic data by drive time and radius Benefits Assists in converting inquires, to conversations, to projects Provides real-time proposal self-service for prospects Allows OEDIT to provide updates of projects to local economic development partners
16 Energy in Colorado
12 Consumption by Sector
13 Energy Jobs in Colorado Not Included: Biofuels, Large Hydro, Waste Heat Numbers are estimates from 2010-2011 2,693,800 Total Colorado Jobs
17 Thank You firstname.lastname@example.org New OEDIT Website: www.AdvanceColorado.comwww.AdvanceColorado.com Signup for updates, eNews, and/or contact us section Social Media Branding Update brandCO Initiative
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