The goal of Driving Growth is to bring more transparency and visibility to the role and value of private capital investment. This report reveals that overall, companies backed by private capital outperform other companies by a wide margin in revenue growth and job growth.
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Tuesday, August 5, 2014
11:30am - 1:15pm
Downtown Convention Center
1420 Stout Street, Denver
Dave Liniger is the visionary leader of the Denver-based global real estate franchise RE/MAX. He revolutionized the real estate industry when he created the RE/MAX business model, which combines a maximum commission concept with world-class support services.
The name "RE/MAX" was coined from the words "real estate" and "maximums." The model continues to attract experienced, top-producing agents who lead the industry in individual sales and professional education. The RE/MAX Balloon is one of the most recognized corporate images in the world and has become a symbol of the leading real estate network.
Dave is well respected internationally for his vast knowledge of the real estate industry and influence on housing policy. At the height of the recession, Dave pushed for governmental housing reform policies that would help speed the housing recovery; many of his recommendations were adopted.
Corporate Breakfast—Annual Best Practices Event
Featuring Internationally Recognized Keynote Speaker
Wednesday, August 20, 2014
7:30 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.
Warwick Hotel, 1776 Grant St, Denver, CO 80203
(NOTE: A BUFFET BREAKFAST WILL BE AVAILABLE AT 7:30 am;
NO SERVICE DURING PRESENTATION WHICH WILL START AT 8:00 am)
8/5/2014 - August Luncheon - David Liniger, Chairman and Co-Founder, RE/MAX
8/20/2014 - Corporate Executive Breakfast - Annual Best Practices Event featuring Peter Sheahan, ChangeLabs
9/2/2014 - September Luncheon - Annual Leadership Development Event
9/11/2014 - Leadership 20 Alumni Breakfast
9/15/2014 - CEO Dinner
9/17/2014 - 9th Annual Cross Networking Event