Constance and Mark Woodberry have shown that small business can make a big difference in Australia and now the US.
Vail, Colorado (PRWEB) July 18, 2012
Elevate LLC in Colorado examines sustainable development in special places by turning a worn out catch phrase into action.The Elevate. Vail 2012 Creating and Sustaining Special Places Symposium this September 25th to 27th in Vail, Colorado is the second annual “special places” symposium – the first was held in Australia in 2011.
“Complacency is our biggest threat,” states Constance Woodberry, Chief Executive of Elevate LLC. “All of us who work in and care for special places are aware of how easily sustainable development is claimed and how rarely it is attained.”
Elevate LLC , a US company, is carrying on the work of Regional Breakthroughs Australia, which has had considerable success in bringing multi-disciplinary groups and industries together to solve intractable problems related to sustainable development and economies. With over 30 years experience, working across multiple industries, Constance and Mark Woodberry have shown that small business can make a big difference in Australia and now the US. The Elevate Symposium in Vail is another example of innovative thinking and decisive action.
“By bringing together a select group of place makers, architects, planners and developers as well as special place businesses and leaders we will demonstrate that an integrated approach to special places is necessary if we are to create, sustain or retain special places,” Ms. Woodberry went on to say, “We invite only those people who have made a commitment to act on the insights they develop during this prestigious three day forum. It is a serious issue and requires serious action.”
Details on the Elevate. Vail 2012, Creating and Sustaining Special Places Symposium, taking place on the 25th to the 27th of September 2012 in Vail Colorado, are available from Constance Woodberry. Places are limited and early bookings receive a lodging discount.
Contact: Constance Woodberry by calling 970 471 6455 or at constance(at)elevatesymposium(dot)com for interviews or further information. More information is available on the Elevate website at http://www.elevatesymposium.com