Vail, CO (PRWEB) May 16, 2012
Regional Breakthroughs Australia announced today that it will bring an international faculty of noteworthy speakers and panelists to Vail this fall.
Elevate Vail/2012 will be exclusively for the year, “the global symposium on creating and sustaining special places.” The event is the second in a series that began last spring in Queensland, Australia. Going forward the event will be held annually in various locations around the world.
The event will take place September 25-27, 2012, at the remarkable Sebastian Hotel in Vail, Colorado. This prestigious gathering will provide faculty and attendees alike an opportunity to enjoy the camaraderie and interchange of ideas and experiences germane to the mission of the gathering; to inspire and be inspired by a unique group of presenters and participants from around the world. The symposium is designed to encourage participants to act on the information and insights gained so they may go on to design, create and sustain the special places they and their constituencies care about.
Elevate Vail/2012 content will be targeted at a broad range of individuals in academia, business, hospitality, public sector/municipal management, development, construction, small business, environmental science, architecture, interior/exterior/landscape design, land use, community development/planning and others with a career, commitment to, or interest in creating and sustaining special places.
For more information on Elevate/Vail 2012 or to register for the event, go to http://www.elevatesymposium.com.
Regional Breakthrough Australia, producer of Elevate Vail/2012, is a uniquely innovative global organization with a growing list of customers from around the world. The group is a carefully assembled, multi-disciplined cadre of highly skilled individuals and companies capable of delivering a range of specialist services in a highly professional manner. Its capabilities are particularly suited to the built environment and include performance of feasibility studies, economic benefits analysis, urban design, architecture, civil engineering, water and waste water engineering, electronic engineering, quality assurance observation, financial management and marketing. The group also specializes in aviation, work force development, education, social inclusion and economic development.