Over 95% of businesses in Colorado are considered to be small businesses and they employ over 50% of Colorado’s private sector workforce. The Colorado Business Resource Guide contains everything you’ll need to know to start your business in the state. The Guide is a downloadable pdf document that covers business options, legal questions, employer responsibilities, taxes, marketing, financing, contact information, and more.
The Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade (OEDIT) has many programs that support the state’s businesses. You can find information about Colorado Small Business Development Centers, occupational databases and minority and women-owned business resources.
Below are more links that will assist you in navigating through Colorado’s business resources and regulations.
State website: http://www.colorado.gov/
Business Resources: http://www.colorado.gov/colorado-doing-business/
Chamber of Commerce: http://www.cochamber.com/
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Minnesota state franchise registration number F-4418 and F-3918.