Colorado’s economic indicators slipped in May, but remain healthy, according to information from the Goss Institute for Economic Research. Employment, production and sales, inventory and new orders are all still above national levels, however. “Durable goods producers are outperforming non-durable goods manufacturers in the state,” he said. “Heavy manufacturers are adding employees at the same […]
The economic indicators for Colorado were a mixed bag in October, according to the business conditions index from the Goss Institute for Economic Research. While the state’s economy continues to grow, telecommunications companies are cutting jobs, and manufacturing for durable goods have slowed, said Dr. Ernie Goss, director of the institute. “Non-durable goods producers are […]
The Colorado Springs Convention and Visitor’s Bureau is hoping local businesses will take out the newly re-designed city logo and try it on for size. Put it on a T-shirt or a ball cap, they say. Slap the new city slogan “Live it Up” on bumper stickers; use the art and slogan in company collateral; […]
The Southern Colorado Economic Forum, which for 14 years has provided El Paso County with the definitive local economic report and forecast, now is ready to grow in geographic footprint and community clout. A new, expanded mission for the forum comes just as University of Colorado Colorado Springs professors Fred Crowley and Tom Zwirlein announced […]
Colorado will receive $329,517 in federal funding to help the state’s small businesses export goods and services. The grant is part of the U.S. Small Business Administration’s State Trade and Export Promotion program. The Colorado STEP program, administered by the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade, supports small businesses with export development efforts […]
The analysis shows Colorado’s production, delivery lead time, inventories and employment all grew during November.
A once-quiet downtown corner surrounded by warehouses and vacant lots has come to life with music, dancing and laughter.
The federal government is launching a $26 million challenge to manufacturers to foster innovation and job creation through public-private partnerships. The hope is the challenge will help entice private capital to projects that oculd promote cluster-based development in regions across the United States. The government wants to build on the momentum within the manufacturing sector, […]
The Mountain states — Colorado, Utah and Wyoming — continue to exceed the national index in sales, employment, inventories and delivery lead time. For the 39th straight month, the overall index for the Mountain States region, a leading economic indicator, advanced above growth neutral of 50, according to the Denver-based Goss Institute for Economic Research. […]
The Colorado Springs Regional Economic Development Corp. is moving into the Alamo Corporate Building, 102 S. Tejon St. The EDC has kept its office on the 10th floor in the Wells Fargo Building on Cascade Avenue for about 20 years, when the EDC and the Greater Colorado Springs Chamber of Commerce spilt. That lease is […]
If an outdoor stadium and indoor events center is built on the site of Antlers Park, the consensus seems to be that it would become an economic driver for downtown Colorado Springs. The question is whether city officials will allow alterations to the park. Colorado Springs City Council met in closed executive session Wednesday with […]