Chamber president Jesse Young cited a number of reasons for creating the new executive director position including:
Strong growth in the chamber’s activity level over the past year
An increase in chamber events and its cooperation and involvement across the Colorado international community.
Compelling interest in Colorado as a hub for renewable energy and the associated involvement of German companies who are industry leaders.
As a result of the new position, the German Chamber’s office in the Denver World Trade Center is open from 10:30am to 5pm daily and can be reached at 303 837-1146.
Seeberg is also an adjunct professor of German at the Metropolitan State University of Denver as well as the University of Denver. He holds a Bachelor's degree in German and History from the University of Colorado at Denver and an M.A. in German Studies from the Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg in Germany.
In his free time, Mr. Seeberg manages the Denver German Language Meetup Group, which meets at the Tavern Downtown in Denver on the first Monday of each month.
About the GACC-CO. The German American Chamber of Commerce – Colorado Chapter is the initial contact for German companies considering business in the Rocky Mountain region and connects German decision-makers with their U.S. counterparts. It also supports German cultural activities in Colorado and presents the annual www.DenverChristkindlMarket.com. On the Web at www.GACCCO.org (http://www.GACC-