Online resources, tools and information you need to successfully run your business, CBCC has you covered.
The National Black Business Information Clearinghouse (Black BIC) is a free web portal that provides critical business information to support the start-up and growth of Black-owned businesses. The Black BIC is a collection of business-related articles, videos, local resources, demographics and tools that help Black entrepreneurs successfully start and run a business.
Special features of the Black BIC include:
The Bid Information and Distribution System (BIDS) is a web site designed to notify interested vendors of the State of Colorado’s intent to purchase goods or services competitively. These notifications are termed “solicitations”. Since the State of Colorado has chosen to decentralize the procurement process, the purchasing agents at the various executive branch agencies post solicitations on BIDS so that the public may know of their intent. For vendors then, BIDS acts as a centralized clearing house of information on bidding opportunities for these agencies. Vendors must be registered with BIDS in order to respond to these bidding opportunities.
The Denver Metro Small Business Development Center is a part of a statewide network of Small Business Development Centers. Serving the Denver Metro small business community since 1990.
Offering business consultants with impressive credentials from their varied experiences of owning and operating businesses. In addition, their trainers are business owners and consultants, which means they bring relevance and a wealth of knowledge to the classes we provide.
Offering low cost seminars and classes to help you learn skills in business management, accounting and financial growth, sales and marketing tactics. These courses and seminars provide you with valuable networking opportunities and learning how to make your business grow.
Their primary goal is to take our expertise and resources to assist you in meeting your business goals and objectives!
The U.S. Small Business Administration has delivered millions of loans, loan guarantees, contracts, counseling sessions and other forms of assistance to small businesses.
SBA provides assistance primarily through its four programmatic functions: