BA provides a number of financial assistance programs for small businesses that have been specifically designed to meet key financing needs, including debt financing, surety bonds, and equity financing.
The Southwest Colorado Small Business Development Center offers confidential, objective services to help your business succeed no matter what stage you’re in.
SCORE offers the nation's largest, network of free, expert business mentors. Just starting a business? SCORE mentors will provide an action plan, education and the tools you need to open your doors and establish a customer base. Already own a business? SCORE volunteer mentors can help identify ways to increase profit, improve employee and customer satisfaction and achieve work/life balance.
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The Colorado Small Business Development Center Network (CSBDC) is dedicated to helping existing and new businesses grow and prosper in Colorado by providing free and confidential consulting and no- or low-cost training programs. (From www.coloradosbdc.org.)
This database contains state and federal regulations. Additional city regulations may exist, so be sure to check with the local city or county clerk licensing department. (From The Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade.)