Phone: (303) 844-6623
The U.S. Export Assistance Center is the federal government field office which assists businesses in exporting U.S. goods and services worldwide. By offering international marketing assistance, provided by the U.S. Department of Commerce and the Foreign Commercial Service, and international trade financing programs from the U.S. Small Business Administration and the Export-Import Bank at one location, the Denver U.S. Export Assistance Center streamlines exporters’ access to federal export assistance.
Phone: (303) 892-3850
The Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade Office (OEDIT) is the state government agency responsible for assisting Colorado companies with all aspects of exporting, including counseling, protocol, leading trade missions, and conducting trade shows abroad. By promoting Colorado exports and attracting foreign investment, the OEDIT helps to build Colorado’s identity as an international business center, encouraging foreign buyers to look to Colorado for products and services. The OEDIT is open to the public and most services are rendered at no cost.
Phone: (720) 913-1999
The Denver Office of Economic Development (DOED) helps to create a local environment that stimulates balanced sustainable growth through job creation, business assistance, housing options and neighborhood redevelopment. DOED manages Denver’s international trade program to assist companies in expanding their business activities and/or recruiting international companies to Denver.
Phone: (303) 342-2000
Denver International Airport (DEN), the gateway to the Rocky Mountain region, is the fifth busiest airport in North America and the 11th busiest airport in the world. Serving more than 50 million passengers a year, Denver is served by 17 commercial airlines providing more than 1600 daily flights. Passengers can reach over 160 destinations nonstop from Denver including 18 international destinations in five countries. Much of Denver’s success is a direct result of its superior design, and Denver International Airport has been recognized nationally and internationally for its excellent on-time performance, customer satisfaction and overall management. International traffic at Denver accounts for approximately 2 million passengers annually or about 4 percent of the airport’s total passenger traffic.
Colorado agriculture contributes $16 billion to the state’s economy each year. Under the direction of the Commissioner of Agriculture, the Colorado Department of Agriculture is proud to serve the state’s agricultural community through the following divisions: Animal Industry Division, Brands Division, Colorado State Fair, Commissioner’s Office, Conservation Services Division, Inspection & Consumer Services Division, Markets Division, and the Plant Industry Division.
The Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce serves as a leading voice for the Colorado business community. The Chamber provides Colorado businesses with access to new clients, new ideas and resources to assist members with expanding their businesses.
The U.S. Customs and Border Protection mission is to safeguard America's borders thereby protecting the public from dangerous people and materials while enhancing the Nation's global economic competitiveness by enabling legitimate trade and travel.
The Colorado Consular Corps (CCC) represents foreign governments in the State of Colorado, including regular foreign service, career post and honorary appointments. The CCC strives to increase cooperation and communication among its members.