Chambers of commerce maintain resources to help build better business by offering networking opportunities and community resources to local companies.
Community libraries maintain databases designed to help you conduct market research and analysis as you complete your business plan or investigate new opportunities.
Funding programs, tax credit information and general business development programs in your community are made available by the local office of economic development.
Connect with local government offices to register your business with the City and County, apply for a sales tax license and learn about zoning requirements within your region.
The Small Business Navigator is the first point of contact for new and existing business owners with questions about federal, state and local licensing requirements.
The Colorado SBDC Network maintains a database containing state and federal regulations for businesses in the state.
The Colorado SBDC Network has published the Colorado Business Resource Book to provide current information related to business start-up and operation within the State of Colorado.
The Colorado Resource Gateway connects Colorado business owners to relevant resources and business development organizations in their area.
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