Thursday, April 30, 2020 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Wondering what restarting the economy will look like? How does the country return to work and play?

As we move toward the reopening of our cities and returning to work post-pandemic, there are many factors to consider in our efforts to restart and revive our economy while keeping our communities healthy and safe.

Join us on as we look forward on Thursday, April 30th | at 11 AM for a special conversation with Richard Florida, a renowned urbanist whose work has helped shape cities around the world. Register Here.


The Downtown Denver Partnership invites you to the first webinar in our series: Restarting the Economy.

With Governor Polis and Mayor Hancock each indicating the move to restart the economy is set to begin, the Downtown Denver Partnership brings forward a collection of conversations with national experts to help you best prepare to restart your business and relaunch our great community.

To kick off our Restarting the Economy Series, nationally recognized urbanist and author of the Rise of the Creative Class and The New Urban Crisis, Richard Florida, will share his insights and observations on how cities, and their businesses, will need to adapt to this post-pandemic environment.

Join us for this conversation and discussion around what the economy in Downtown Denver looks like in the months and years to come. Attendees will also get the chance to hear directly from Mayor Michael B. Hancock.


Date: Thursday, April 30th

Time: 11 AM

Cost: $15 for Members, $25 for Non-members

Thank you to our Title Sponsor, Liberty Global.


Downtown Denver Partnership