2019 Annual CCCE Conference

May 1st – 3rd, 2019

Courtyard by Marriott Denver/Cherry Creek, Suite 100
1475 S. Colorado Boulevard, Denver, CO 80222
(303) 757-8797 

Please Click here to register today online, or click here if you would like to mail us your registration.

Hotel Reservation Information

Book your group rate for CCCE Annual Conference

You will find the information for your online reservation link below. If you have questions or need help with the link, please do not hesitate to ask. We appreciate your business and look forward to a successful event.

Event Summary:

CCCE Annual Conference

Start Date: Wednesday, May 1, 2019

End Date: Friday, May 3, 2019

Last Day to Book: Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Hotel(s) offering your special group rate:

Courtyard Denver Cherry Creek for 124 USD per night

Book your group rate for CCCE Annual Conference

Pre-Conference Experience

CCCE Annual Conference starts bright and early on May 2nd with a National A-List line up of speakers and panels.  For those of you that come in early, and those of you already in the metro area, please join us for a Pre-Conference Experience Cherry Creek Dinner at Del Frisco’s Grille at 6:00pm on Wednesday, May 1st.

Del Frisco’s Grille is located at 100 St Paul St, Suite 140 in the heart of Cherry Creek.  Valet parking is free. If the evening is as gorgeous as we suspect, we will go upon the rooftop for an after dinner cocktail.


On behalf of CCCE, we invite you to sponsor the Annual Conference! Click here to learn more. 


Between hosting events, engaging members, managing boards and committees, finding speakers, raising funds and yet one more ribbon cutting . . .  We know burn out happensAt the CCCE Annual Conference, youll be reinspired, we renew our energy, and youll head back to the office with new, innovative and creative ideas.

Check out this year’s schedule! Click here to get a sneak preview of the 2019 CCCE Conference Schedule. 


“The Most Lucrative Marketing Secrets of the Most Successful Chambers in America”
Did you hear about the 600-member chamber in Florida got a Jaguar dealer to donate a $100,000 car to give away at their annual banquet? Or about the 400-member chamber in Tennessee got President George W. Bush to speak at their annual banquet after their chamber burned down? Or about the South Carolina chamber brought in $60,000 in two months with one QR code?
Unfortunately, you probably didn’t. Success stories like these usually don’t make it over state lines because there are so few people connected enough across the entire country to know what’s working where, and share these stories.


In business and in life, we’re put to the test not when things are going right, but when they get chaotic. How we react can be the difference between success and failure and determine whether our team comes together or falls apart. Learn strategies to adapt your thoughts and plans on a moment’s notice, lead through uncertainty, and thrive in chaos.
Corinne Hancock was on the front lines, building teams in high-pressure, stressful situations around the globe as the Director of Clinics for Project CURE, and as a State Department leadership coach. She brought together multi-generational and multi-cultural teams to train leaders, open clinics and deliver medical care in some of the most remote locations on the planet. 


At only 28 years of age, Richard J. Bryan took the reins of a 100 year old, $120 million, family owned, car and truck dealership in the UK after his father was forced to retire due to illness. That alone was a challenge. Worse, the business was losing $3.5 million a year and there was no leadership succession plan in place. 
Richard was CEO of the dealership group for 10 years before selling the business via a successful trade sale and embarking upon a new career. 
Today, Richard is a speaker, author and executive coach who shares with business owners and leaders the leadership strategies that have proven to be the driving force behind his continued business success. He is a professional member of the National Speakers Association (NSA).


Kate Kalstein has devoted her entire career to strengthening nonprofit organizations through leadership, advocacy and the law to enable them to focus on progress. An attorney with more than 10 years professional experience, Kate has great expertise in a broad range of issues and focus areas including education, healthcare, community services, and government relations.
Appointed by Governor John Hickenlooper in fall 2015, Kate proudly serves as Commissioner to the State Commission on Community Service, Serve Colorado. Kate is proud to have worked with dozens of nonprofit boards and numerous nonprofit organizations to strengthen communities across the country including WeeCycle, Social Venture Partners, All Kids Covered, the Arc of Colorado, the Basalt Education Foundation and the Colorado Bar Foundation.


Betsy Markey was appointed by Governor Jared Polis to his cabinet as Executive Director of the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade in January 2019. She has over 30 years of leadership experience in government and the private sector. She has served as a Member of Congress, a senior federal executive, and the co-founder and CFO of a high tech company.
Betsy was appointed by President Obama to serve as the Regional Administrator for the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) based in Denver in 2016. In this capacity she oversaw the delivery of the agency’s small business programs and services in Colorado, Montana, North and South Dakota, Utah and Wyoming.

Chamber Leaders Workshop

One-day intensive and interactive leadership training focused on providing strategies to building an effective and dynamic leadership team at the chamber. Both the chamber chief paid executive (president/CEO), the chamber board chair and directors are strongly urged to attend this workshop. Presented by Dave Kilby, President & CEO of the Western Association of Chamber Executives.

$30 members (The CEO is a member of CCCE) / $50 non-members

May 1, 2019
1:00-4:00 PM
Janus Henderson, Pikes Peak Auditorium at 151 Detroit Street, Denver, 80206
Please park in the Clayton Lane West Parking Garage. You can click here for information about parking.

Please Click here to register today online.  Reservations are required and limited seating is available.  



July 9th at 10am

Topic: TBD

Conference Call Instructions:
Please join this meeting from your computer, tablet or smartphone. 
You can also dial in using your phone  (571) 317-3122   Access Code: 530-173-605 

Regional Roundtable

September 10th 10am – 2pm

Hosted by the Southern Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce

At the Space Foundation

Regional Roundtable

November 12th 10am – 2pm

Location TBD



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