DENVER — Daniel Ryley, former executive director of the Arvada Economic Development Association, is the new vice president of corporate attraction at the Metro Denver Economic Development Corp.
“Daniel has a sterling reputation across Colorado’s business community for professionalism and delivering on critical opportunities,” MDEDC president Raymond Gonzales said in a prepared statement. “With a track record of success and two decades of experience as a practitioner of economic development in Colorado, we know he will have a short learning curve and create an immediate impact on our organization and the larger business community.”
Ryley is a Colorado State University graduate.
“I am honored and incredibly excited to be joining the Metro Denver EDC team, where I will bring my passion and experience in supporting businesses and communities through economic development to the broader Metro Denver region,” Ryley said in a statement. “I look forward to collaborating with my economic development peers across the Front Range on new business attraction, investment, and ongoing cultivation of a friendly business environment to bring more great employment opportunities to our community.”