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Colorado Business Resource Book
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January 13, 2023
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Colorado Business Resource Book
The ultimate guide to starting a business in Colorado Download Guide

The Colorado Business Resource Book is one of the most successful and comprehensive business start-up guides in the nation. It is made possible by a collaborative effort between federal and state business assistance agencies and the private sector. As federal and state agency budgets are reduced, this public-private partnership has become the most cost-effective way to produce this tremendous guide. It helps with doing business in Colorado by providing small business tips and best practices.

Since its inception in 1998, more than 200,000 copies of the Colorado Business Resource Book have been distributed to entrepreneurs across Colorado and the nation. There has never been a better time to join Colorado’s business community. Over the years, several national publications have ranked Colorado as one of the best places in the country to start, build, and grow a new small business. Nearly 98% of all firms in Colorado are considered small. Over 52% of all private-sector workers are employed by small businesses.

Small business is big business in Colorado! Get involved and take advantage of the support, education, and business information outlined in the Colorado Business Resource Book. Make it a permanent and well-used resource. Our programs will provide invaluable assistance, support, and information as you progress through the various stages of your business’ growth.

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