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Relocation:

The Denver metropolitan area is located where the east meet the west...where the Rocky Mountains begin and the eastern plains end. Only 346 miles west of the geographic center of the United States, Denver is centrally located and lies in the foothills of the Rocky Mountain region.

Whether it's the nearby skiing, the vibrant cultural and recreation opportunities, the championship sports teams or the world-class airport, amenities of the Denver metro area make it an ideal place to live, work and raise a family.

Employment:

Join the workforce in Denver Metropolitan Area!

You have come to the right place for what you need to know about available jobs, our fantastic local employers, and our great community.  Click on the links to the right to learn more.


Economic Development:

The Metro Denver Economic Development Corporation (Metro Denver EDC) is the region's leading economic development organization. An affiliate of the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce, the Metro Denver EDC was formed to create 100,000 new jobs in the seven-county metro area over five years. To accomplish this mission, the organization spearheaded a fundraising program raising $13.3 million. The Metro Denver EDC focuses on six areas: national marketing, existing business, mobility, DIA/international air travel, tax reform and special opportunities. 

Metro Denver EDC Web site www.metrodenver.org

Call 303-620-8092 for additional information

Training and Develoment:

The Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce offers free and low-cost training programs to Chamber members as a benefit of membership, as well as development programs such as CEO Exchange, Leads Groups, Ambassadors' Program and Gold Member Alliance Program. Click on the links at the right to learn more.

The Business Training Institute (BTI) is brought to you by the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce and the Denver Metro Small Business Development Center Network. BTI delivers high quality and relevant seminars that equip you to achieve business growth and development for entrepreneurial start-ups to established companies. Seminars in management, sales, finance, marketing and legal services are available.

Housed within the Chamber building is the Denver Small Business Development Center (SBDC), which helps nurture small business entrepreneurs by providing counseling, training, financial assistance, procurement, resource opportunities and programs such as NxLeveL. Visit the Denver SBDC link at the right to learn more.

Small Business Services:

Small Business Services
The Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce's Small Business Services Department assists members by offering free and low-cost training programs in the areas of sales, marketing, customer service, technology, workforce and professional and management development. The Chamber also recognizes outstanding metro-area small businesses at its annual Business Awards program. Click on the links at the right to learn more.

Denver Metro Small Business Development Center (SBDC)
The Denver Metro Small Business Development Center (SBDC), housed in the Chamber building, works to establish the small business sector as a major contributor to the area's economy. The Denver Metro SBDC offers counseling and training, financial assistance, procurement, resource opportunities and programs such as NxLeveL. The Denver Metro SBDC is a partnership between the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade, U.S. Small Business Administration, Community College of Denver, Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce and U.S. Bank. Visit the Denver Metro SBDC link at the right to find out more.

Goverment:

Business Services
Business Licensing & Assistance
Learn more about starting, financing, licensing, and marketing your small business.
Business Tax Information
Learn more about Denver sales, use, special events and lodgers tax and download helpful tax preparation resources.
Consumer Fraud and Protection
If you have been the victim of a business-related scam, identity theft, or any other economic crime, you can obtain assistance from the Denver District Attorney's Office. Download information about how to protect yourself from fraud and receive alerts about common scams to avoid.
Doing Business with the City
Learn how you can submit bids or proposals for City projects, find out how to become a vendor or contractor for the City, or learn more about city contracts.
Small and Disadvantaged Business Resources
The Small and Disadvantaged Business Enterprise program is designed to prevent racial and gender-based discrimination in City construction projects and contracts funded by U.S. Department of Transportation funds. Learn how to become certified as a small or disadvantaged business contractor.
Licenses and Permits
Building and Construction Permits
The Building Department provides developers, contractors, and design professionals with online permitting and licensing requirements for construction and development projects.
Burglar Alarm Permits
All monitored burglar alarm users in Denver have are required to have a valid alarm permit, issued by the Alarms Division of the Department of Excise and License. Learn more about alarm user policies and procedures.
Business Licensing
The City and County of Denver Department of Excise and License provides detailed information about how to license your business.
Contractor Licensing
Many building and construction permits require contractor licenses or certificates. Find out more about Denver's licensing requirements or how to become licensed or certified.
Driver's Licenses / Motor Vehicle
Download information about motor vehicle title and registration requirements and requirements for obtaining a Colorado State Drivers License or Colorado identification.
Event Permits and Venues
Learn how to produce, permit, and promote a special event or public festival in Denver, or learn more about public event venues.
Fire Safety Licenses and Permits
The City and County of Denver requires that all installers of fire protection and fire alarm systems, and all those who perform the service of inspecting fire alarms, fire protection and portable fire extinguishers, must have current licenses issued by the Denver Fire Department.
Flammable Equipment / Hazardous Material Permits
The City and County of Denver Fire Prevention Division requires a permit to operate or handle several types of combustible or hazardous materials / equipment. Learn more about the requirements for temporary heating equipment, floor treatment chemicals, and other operations producing flames, sparks, or heat.
Marriage Licensing
Learn about rules and regulations governing legal marriage in the State of Colorado and how to obtain a marriage license.
Parking Permits
Learn how to obtain neighborhood parking permits or other special parking permits for large events including meter bagging, valet parking, media promotions and coverage, and permits for parking the public right-of-way.
Street, Sidewalk and Sewer Permits
The Denver Public Works Department requires a permit for any activity requiring the closure or partial blockage of the public right-of-way, or any construction project requiring sewer use and drainage.

 

 
 
 
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