The Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade (OEDIT) works with partners across the state to help create a healthy business climate in order to develop the economy and grow sustainable jobs. Its website provides an overview of the various types of business support available through the OEDIT, as well as information encompassing business finance, international trade, small business development, Colorado's key industries, and the site selection procedure.
The Colorado Small Business Development Center Network (CSBDC) works to help new and existing small businesses in Colorado to grow by offering free and confidential consulting and training programs for low fees. The CSBDC site contains information on how to start, grow, and sustain your business. Additionally, information regarding the consultation, training, and events provided by the center are also detailed.
The business section of the Official State Web Portal of Colorado provides users with guides on how to manage a business as well as employees. Its site contains a number of links to external business resources covering topics such as business finance, international trade, and the state grants management system. Additional information for consumers regarding protection and business records can be found on the site.
This Colorado branch of the U.S. Commerical Service of the U.S. Department of Commerce specializes in helping small to medium-sized companies develop and execute exporting strategies. The site provides information about the agency's services, upcoming trade events, an exporter's resource database, and press releases.
The University of Colorado Denver Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER) provides information applicable to businesses that want to become more internationalized, as well as to students interested in learning more about international business.
The World Trade Center Denver facilitates international trade by educating, serving, and connecting businesses in the Rocky Mountain region of the U.S. to world trade centers located in other countries. The site contains information on the center's events, as well as numerous resources covering topics such as importing and exporting, compliance, trade agreements and assistance, international taxation, and international business culture. Some content requires paid membership.