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Gratitude Railroad Investor Retreat 2019

September 15, 2019 - September 18, 2019

Why We Gather

Actionable, participative and curated, the Gratitude Investor Retreat is designed to connect the brightest investors with thought leaders and ecosystem partners to discuss, debate and act on investment opportunities that matter.

The Gratitude Experience

This is a collaborative experience with exceptional people, ambiance and opportunity to make investments that matter. Your all-inclusive registration combines 3 days of compelling discussion, outdoor recreation, and broadened perspectives. Nestled in the Wasatch Mountains, the Gratitude experience cultivates inspired relationships and memories that last.

The Community

This is a curated gathering capped at 200 participants in order to create an environment rich for purposeful engagement. The participant ratio is 70% investors to 30% ecosystem partners, comprising of entrepreneurs, government & NGO representatives, academics and thought leaders. We’ve carefully crafted a guest list to leverage the wisdom of the community and hone an investing group willing to move capital into impact.

The Agenda

The Gratitude Retreat is part programmed content and part outdoor recreation, while balancing participant-driven sessions with notable presenters. You will explore investment pitches and showcases, deep dives into topical issues, peer-directed idea sessions, and conversations with prominent thought leaders, while relaxing into restorative hiking, biking, yoga and mindfulness activities.


Event Purpose
Build Trust and Community, Connect Key Stakeholders, Facilitate Collaboration Amongst Attendees, Gather Shared Intelligence and Resources, Generate and Refine Ideas, Inspire and Encourage Participants, Introduce Newcomers to the Space/Sector, Share Latest Developments and Insights
Target Audience
Academics, Civil Society Leaders, Foundations, Government Leaders, Impact Investors, Non-Profit Practitioners, Policy Makers, Philanthropists


Stein Eriksen Lodge
Deer Valley, UT United States + Google Map