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The Changing Face of Economic Development

It used to be that people moved to where the companies and jobs were located. But times have changed and relocating to land a job is not as common. Individuals and families are moving to attractive regions like Denver South that offer a strong quality of life, therefore creating densities of skilled workers. What we’ve […]

A look at how Colorado’s new economic plans will impact Denver South

The new administration has only been in office for a few months, but Colorado’s newly elected governor Jared Polis has already unveiled an ambitious plan to implement income tax breaks for small businesses and residents statewide. His economic plan, part of his four “Bold” initiatives, will impact residential, small business, and corporate stakeholders in different […]

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How to bring back the political middle so we can actually get things done.

By Mike Fitzgerald There are few if any politicians or citizen leaders in the political middle now. There is little or no consensus about the major issues in the public realm of the United States. Extremes on the right and left have created an accelerating downward spiral, preventing any likely agreements that benefit the entire […]

Colorado Tourism Sets All-Time Records for Visitation and Spending in 2015

DENVER – Weds., July 20, 2016 – The Colorado Tourism Office (CTO) today announced that Colorado once again set all-time records for total visitors, visitor spending and tax generation in 2015, welcoming 77.7 million visitors who spent $19.1 billion and generated $1.13 billion in state and local tax revenue. This is the fifth consecutive year […]