Consistently ranked among the top 10 places to live in the United States, Metro Denver also has all the things businesses need to flourish, including our young, healthy, educated workforce, an affordable cost of doing business, and a multimodal transportation system that will take us years into the future. Find out why Metro Denver is simply one of the best places in the country to live and work.
An energetic business environment.
Nestled between the towering Rocky Mountains to the west and the vast high plains to the east, Metro Denver sits almost in the center of the United States—a strategic location that makes the area a natural crossroads for both domestic and international commerce.
Our growing multimodal transportation network encourages global interconnectivity, starting with Denver International Airport, the fifth-busiest in the nation and one of the most modern in the world. Set for completion in 2017, Metro Denver is constructing FasTracks, the largest one-time build out of a metro area mass transit system in U.S. history.
Data moves efficiently in Metro Denver, too. As a national center for telecommunications, the area is home to giants in the satellite, subscription TV, and telephone industries—not to mention one satellite bounce away from virtually anywhere on earth.
Results that are moving Metro Denver's economy forward.
The Metro Denver EDC's major accomplishments in 2009-2010
About the Metro Denver Economic Development Corporation
If your business wants to learn more about Metro Denver, you’ve tapped the right resource. As a public- private, not-for-profit economic development organization, the Metro Denver Economic Development Corporation (Metro Denver EDC), an affiliate of the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce, brings you comprehensive information and a seamless connection to influential business people throughout the seven-county Metro Denver region and the two-county Northern Colorado area.
This guide contains the most current economic development data for site selectors, facilities managers, and others interested in expanding or locating to the Metro Denver region. Our Web site, www.metrodenver.org, supplies links to over 70 other economic development agencies and city development departments. And, the Metro Denver EDC’s experienced staff can quickly assemble in-depth reports on nearly any relevant topic, such as key legislation, public policy issues, business news, labor market studies, and more.
Let us help you make an informed decision for your company.