- Economic Vitality
- Community Partners
|Broomfield Chamber of Commerce provides training, networking, and advertising opportunities to local businesses of any size.|
Colorado Black Chamber of Commerce provides resources, networking, and visibility opportunities to Black owned businesses in the State of Colorado.
Colorado Department of Labor and Employment provides assistance to those looking to start a business, hire more employees, and receive tax incentives.
|Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade offers a full list of resources for those who are interested in what incentives and opportunities exist to assist in locating in Colorado.|
Hispanic Chamber of Commerce provides access to valuable information, guidance from business leaders, training, and procurement opportunities for Hispanic owned businesses.
Metro Denver EDC assists in regional benefits in the Denver Metro area, including incentives and lifestyle, for businesses looking to locate in Colorado.
Mi Casa serves as a resource for women, minorities, and immigrants by providing employment and business services.
My Biz Colorado is the online form for businesses who need to register with the Colorado Secretary of State
SCORE is the Small Business Administration’s resource for aspiring and existing entrepreneurs. They offer coaching/mentoring services and technical assistance as well as live and online training sessions.
The Business Research Division with the University of Colorado conducts economic impact studies and customized research projects that assist companies, associations, nonprofits and government agencies with making sound business and policy decisions.
The Small Business Development Center provides consulting services and educational resources and classes to small businesses through federal and state funding.
The World Trade Center Denver provides training, information, connectivity, and expertise to Colorado’s businesses who seek success on the international stage.