Business Monday briefs
Aspen Business Connect forum set June 7
Aspen Business Connect’s next networking event is set for 3:30 to 5 p.m. June 7 in Velvet Buck at The St. Regis Aspen.
Presenters include author Woody Tasch, founder of Slow Money; Susan Brady, founder of 2Forks Club; and John Ward, mountain region president of ANB Bank.
The event will be moderated by Stephanie Syson, co-founder of Dynamic Roots and Biodynamic Botanicals.
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Aspen Business Connect is sponsored by ANB Bank, Coldwell Banker Mason Morse Associates, Patty Brendlinger, Christy Mays Clettenberg and Carrie Bryant.
Friends of Aspen Business Connect include iOmounts, Edible Aspen, The Hillz Salon Aspen and Kimberly Henrie.
ACRA board meets this week
The Aspen Chamber Resort Association board of directors will hold its next monthly meeting from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at Aspen Square.
The city’s Mitch Osur will update the board on parking in Aspen. Also on tap are routine agenda items such as comments from board members, as well as updates from the finance committee pubic affairs committee.
Reputation-management seminar June 11
TripAdvisor representative Sheri McLaughlin will give a reputation-management seminar from 3 to 4 p.m. June 11 at the large meeting room at Pitkin County Library.
McLaughlin will share information on how to access the 85 million monthly travelers using TripAdvisor and how to use resources available to drive your business objectives including enhancing your TripAdvisor listing, maintaining a positive online reputation, responding to guest reviews on TripAdvisor and implementing strategies to help get more
The event is free.
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