BOULDER - The nonprofit Boulder Tomorrow will present The Seeds of Boulder's Future Economy, a panel discussion featuring several business leaders from the Boulder area, from 4 to 6 p. m, Wednesday, April 30, at the Millennium Harvest Hotel, 1345 28th St., in Boulder.

Panelists will be:

Sharon King, executive director of the Boulder Small Business Development Center, who is leading the new statewide SBDC Advanced Economic Gardening Gold program.

Kim Coupounas, co-founder of Boulder-based outdoor manufacturer and retailer GoLite LLC and director of B Lab Colorado, an organization that champions sustainable and environmental business practices.

J.B. Holston, executive director of the Blackstone Entrepreneurs Network, a $4M private equity effort focused on finding and funding the "gazelles" of promising startup companies in Colorado.

Clif Harald, director of the Boulder Economic Council, the economic development arm of the Boulder Chamber.

Boulder Tomorrow is a 15-year-old nonprofit organization that provides research, policy statements and events highlighting the positive impacts of Boulder's businesses.

Cost is $25. Register online here.

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