• 25 Sep 2016 by Jeffrey Campos

    Many of us in the 'global tribe' and who are members of Global Chamber are foodies - enjoying the diverse international cuisine available around the world! It's part of the fun of traveling and being part of the global tribe! And so we're interested in sharing the best restaurants featuring local cuisine for more people to enjoy!

    We have already started our 'best of' international restaurant series, with the best international restaurants we know of in ourcommunity.

    We are proud to announce Pizza Wars to be held on Friday October 7, 2016 at Tech Social. Six area restaurants will provide pizza to attendees, who paid $30 in advance or $40 at the door, and could vote for their favorite pizza pie.

    This unique event combines our love for Pizza, Beer & Wine.  Your ticket will include you an unlimited sampling of pizza pie’s from participating Pizzeria’s. In addition, there will be tastings of beer and wine.

    The culmination of the day will include a head-to-head battle for pizza supremacy! Each pizzeria will be competing in the following 3 categories:

    • Best Specialty
    • Best Cheese
    • Fan Vote

    A panel of celebrity judges will determine the out-come of Best Specialty & Best Cheese. Your paid admission includes 1 fan vote per adult on the evening of the event. The champions in each division will be awarded an award to proudly display in their pizzeria! To attend RSVP Here !


  • 05 Sep 2016 by Jeffrey Campos

    Global Chamber Denver and Lynx Global Intelligence are happy to announce an exciting new partnership to locate and facilitate opportunities in Cuba for Colorado businesses and organizations.  To announce the new campaign, Global Chamber Denver will host the "Why Cuba Campaign Forum" on Wednesday, September 14, 2016 at 11:30 a.m. at The Palm - Westin Denver, 1672 Lawrence St, Denver, CO 80202. Sponsored by the Colorado Office of Economic Development & International Trade – Minority Business Office.

    Speakers Sonny Betancourt and Trevor Jones of Lynx will provide insight into business in Cuba, Cuban culture and society, environmental and development trends, and other topics that will benefit Colorado-based businesses. 

    The Forum will allow leaders from industry, small business, environmental and development groups to learn about the current landscape and opportunities in Cuba, engage in group discussions and to arrange participation in a trade delegation going to the island, scheduled for February 2017.

    Business/Global Trade:

    Discuss current trade conditions, areas that are ideal for business market immersion: e.g. energy, agribusiness, medicine, manufacturing, technology, development and environmental markets. Discuss potential for joint partnership opportunities to include Cuban areas of interest. Explain the best options to engage in Cuba, vital marketing tactics and overall business cultural understanding.

    Ecological and Environmental Aspects:

    Discuss potential coordination strategies within eco/enviro and business. Some areas that are potential areas of concern: deforestation, desertification, overfishing, soil degradation (salted soils), air pollution and water pollution.

    Business opportunities lay in collaboration in expert guidance, trainings, smart growth strategies, sustainable development, coral reef protection, natural resource protection, and climate change assistance. 

    Cultural and Generational Aspects:

    Discuss the historic and changing Cuban culture. Areas such as: art, food, lifestyle, music, athletics, photography, video and overall broadcasting etc.

    Business opportunities within these areas will be examined. Academic and Colorado-based cross-cultural trips will be arranged in 2017.

    For further information, please contact Lynx Global Intelligence or