Work in Boulder
Nestled at the foot of the Rocky Mountains, Boulder has a special beauty that is complemented by its rich cultural amenities. The town is the eighth largest city in the state of Colorado, and has a dynamic economy supported by computer, aerospace, scientific and research firms as well as the University of Colorado.
Relocating Your Business to Boulder
The Chamber encourages all businesses interested in the quality workforce, educated consumers and overall quality of life here in Boulder to consider relocating to our city. The Chamber has relocation packets available upon request, contact (303) 442-1044 or email us!
For details about various types of commercial property available and assistance with the opportunities for relocation into Boulder, contact the Boulder Economic Council at (303) 786-7567, or the City's Economic Vitality Department, Liz Hanson at (303) 441-3287.
Top 50 Key Employers in Boulder County - 2008
IBM; Ball Corp.; Sun Microsystems; Level 3 Communications; Coviden; Ball Corporation; Seagate Technology; Walmart Stores Inc.; Safeway; HunterDouglas; Amgen Inc.; West Corp.; King Soopers; Target Corp.; Richo-IBM InfoPrint Solution Co.; Lockheed Martin Corp.; Whole Foods Market Inc.; Sandoz Inc.; Emerson Process Management; Corporate Express; Crocs Inc.; McLane Western; Rock Bottom Restaurants Inc.; TransFirst Holdings Inc.; Crispin Porter Bogusky; Digital Globe; WhiteWave Foods Co.; Abascus; Array Biopharma Inc.; Key Equipment Finance; Medtronic; Wall Street On Demand; Xilinx Inc.; Roche Colorado; McKesson Health Solutions; MWH Global Inc.; Noodles & Company; (Hain) Celestial Seasonings; Bestop Inc.; Lehman Communications Corp.; Spectra Logic Corp.; Wells Fargo & Co.; Polycom Inc.; Leanin Tree; Webroot Software Inc.; Cisco Systems Inc.; McGuckin Hardware; Camera – Prairie Mountain Publishing; GE Analytical Instruments Inc.; OSI Pharmaceuticals Inc.; and Xcel Energy. Source: Daily Camera July 2008.
Small Business Development Center - Resource at the Chamber
The Small Business Development Center, funded in part by the U.S. Small Business Administration along with the Chamber, focuses on these three areas of support for small business: training, counseling, and access to valuable resources.
The SBDC helps small businesses analyze marketing and growth issues, set reasonable short- and long-term goals, obtain financing, and to prosper in competitive markets. Contact Sharon King the SBDC's director, at (303) 442-1475 for information.