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Boulder Independent Business Alliance

The Boulder Independent Business Alliance (BIBA) is a non-profit membership organization that advocates for independent businesses and provides networking, events and education. The alliance also participates in community-wide events to educate area residents on the positive impact of locally owned and independent businesses to the community.

South Metro Denver Small Business Development Center

The South Metro Denver Small Business Development Center (SBDC) offers assistance and support to entrepreneurs in Arapahoe, Douglas and South Jefferson counties. The center works with small business owners at all stages of business, whether they have an idea and are considering starting a business, have just started their business, or have been operating for an extended period of time. It provides a number of services and resources to help entrepreneurs start and run their company.

Tri-Lakes Chamber of Commerce

The Tri-Lakes Chamber of Commerce provides leadership to support, improve, and promote existing and new business. We do this by providing services, information and programs that enable our member businesses to be successful. We achieve this through shared resources such as networking, communication, small business development, demographic information, providing seminars and training.

Mile High Business Alliance

Mile High Business Alliance (MHBA) is a non-profit organization and group of business owners dedicated to making local business work in Denver. They believe that local businesses are the foundation of a healthy economy and community and make it their mission to build a more connected, resilient and healthy local economy. Their more than 200 members represent a broad swath of industries, employ more than 1,000 Denver area residents and contribute more than $252 million in revenue to Colorado’s economy.

Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metro Denver

The Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Metro Denver is a membership driven organization comprised of small-business owners, corporate representatives, community leaders, and association members representing various professions. With over 2,500 members, the Hispanic Chamber is the state’s largest minority Chamber, and one of the top four chambers of commerce in Metro Denver.

Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce

The Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce (CWCC) is the premier organization that provides opportunities and visibility for women in business through relationship development, education, mentorship, partnership and alliances. It is our mission to create an environment and the resources conducive to our members’ business success.