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Business Resource Guide
Provided by
The City of Loveland’s Business Development Office
in partnership with
The Loveland Business Assistance Network
Loveland Business
Assistance Network
(LBAN)
The Loveland Business Assistance Network is a We do suggest that you complete the “Checklist”
group of agencies that have joined together in an on page 4 if you are starting a new business. The
effort to help individuals who are starting a business checklist outlines a number of very important steps
in the City of Loveland and individuals who have you need to follow to assure the success of your
an existing business in Loveland. Taking initiative new venture.
from the Colorado Office of Economic Development
& International Trade’s “Advancing Colorado” If you are just beginning to investigate going into
campaign, the City of Loveland’s Business business for yourself, we strongly urge you to take
Development Manager invited local, regional and the time - anywhere between six and 18 months
state agencies who offer resources, or tools, that - to thoroughly research your business idea and
will help address questions about starting a new prepare yourself for the challenges and sacrifices
business in Loveland or tools for existing businesses an entrepreneurial venture requires. At the end
to address questions from marketing to workforce of this preparation process you should have a
issues. These agencies have joined together in an well-developed business plan and the necessary
effort to “Advance Loveland”; today that group has financial resources in place to survive for a time
become the Loveland Business Assistance Network without a salary. You will also need to determine
(LBAN). The LBAN meets monthly to discuss how what form your business will take - corporation,
Loveland businesses are being helped and what partnership or sole proprietorship - as well as create
tools are needed to further help them. a unique name for your company.
This booklet is designed as a guide, it includes tools
necessary to start and support a business. Please
remember this is a guide only and is not meant to
offer advice.
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Table of Contents
Starting a New Business Checklist ............................................................................................................................................ 4
City of Loveland Office of Business Development..................................................................................................................... 5
Loveland Downtown Urban Renewal Authority ......................................................................................................................... 6
Loveland Center for Business Development ............................................................................................................................. 7
Loveland Economic Gardening Program................................................................................................................................... 8
Small Business Development Center ........................................................................................................................................ 9
Northern Colorado Economic Development Corporation ........................................................................................................ 10
Colorado Office of Economic Development & International Trade .......................................................................................... 11
Loveland Chamber of Commerce............................................................................................................................................ 12
Larimer County Economic Development/Business & Enterprise............................................................................................. 13
Larimer County Workforce Center ........................................................................................................................................... 14
Loveland Public Library ........................................................................................................................................................... 15
Monfort College of Business - Colorado Business Resource Center ...................................................................................... 16
Colorado State University - Office of Economic Development ................................................................................................ 17
Front Range Community College ............................................................................................................................................ 18
Institute for Community & Professional Development (ICPD) ................................................................................................. 19
Aims Community College ........................................................................................................................................................ 20
Colorado Association for Manufacturing & Technology ........................................................................................................... 21
Colorado Business Incubation Association.............................................................................................................................. 22
Northern Colorado Clean Energy Cluster ................................................................................................................................ 23
Funding Partners ..................................................................................................................................................................... 24
Loveland Center for Business Development/Microloan Program ............................................................................................ 25
Colorado Housing & Finance Authority.................................................................................................................................... 26
Colorado Lending Source ........................................................................................................................................................ 27
Colorado Enterprise Fund ....................................................................................................................................................... 28
Downtown Loveland Association ............................................................................................................................................. 29
Loveland Business Team......................................................................................................................................................... 30
School to Work Alliance Program ............................................................................................................................................ 31
Housing Authority of City of Loveland...................................................................................................................................... 32
Bricks & Mortar ........................................................................................................................................................................ 33
Current Planning Office ............................................................................................................................................. 33
Zoning ...................................................................................................................................................................... 33
Commercial Signs ..................................................................................................................................................... 33
Business Structure .................................................................................................................................................................. 34
Business Structure .................................................................................................................................................... 34
Employer Identification Number ................................................................................................................................ 34
Licenses & Permits .................................................................................................................................................................. 35
City of Loveland Business License ........................................................................................................................... 35
State of Colorado Business License ......................................................................................................................... 35
City of Loveland Sales/Use Tax ................................................................................................................................ 35
State of Colorado Taxes ............................................................................................................................................ 35
Trademarks & Patents ............................................................................................................................................................. 36
Trade Name .............................................................................................................................................................. 36
Trademark ................................................................................................................................................................. 36
Utilities ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 37
Telephone.................................................................................................................................................................. 37
Water & Sewer .......................................................................................................................................................... 37
Solid Waste ............................................................................................................................................................... 37
Natural Gas ............................................................................................................................................................... 37
Employee Regulations............................................................................................................................................................. 37
Other Useful Resources .......................................................................................................................................................... 39
THE CITY OF LOVELAND’S BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT OFFICE BUSINESS RESOURCE GUIDE  3
Starting a New
Business Checklist
Answer YES or NO to the following:
You have written a description of the product and/or service that you will be providing, and have defined the
market area you are going to serve.
You have written a business plan, defining your long-range and short-range goals and objectives.
You have written a financial plan, including projected profit and loss statements and cash flow statements for
a period of at least two years for three scenarios - what you expect, the worst case, and the best case.
You have outlined the financial requirements for your start up costs and your three cash flow projections. You
have secured financial backing to cover the worst-case projections for at least two years.
You have studied and identified your market, checked zoning and building code regulations, state and local
licensing requirements and found a good location for your business.
You have developed an advertising plan and budget.
You have decided under what business form you will operate - sole proprietorship, partnership, LLC, or cor-
poration.
You have consulted an attorney, an accountant, a banker and an insurance agent and you have followed their
advice.
IF YOU DID NOT ANSWER YES TO ALL OF THE ABOVE QUESTIONS, THEN STOP!!
You are not ready to begin a business. If you need further help to develop your business plan several
resources are listed on the following pages.
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City of Loveland
Office of Business
Development
500 East Third Street, Suite 330
Loveland, CO 80537
Contact: Betsey Hale
Phone: (970) 962-2304 Fax: (970) 962-2900
Email: [email protected]
Web Address: www.cityofloveland.org/econdev/econdevhomepage.htm
Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Mission/Focus
The mission of the City of Loveland Business Development Office is to assist citizens, community groups and
economic development organizations with the creation and retention of sustainable employment which contributes
to the long term economic diversity of our community.
We accomplish this by:
♦ Promoting collaboration with our economic development partners at local, regional and state levels;
♦ Fostering an environment supportive of entrepreneurial endeavors;
♦ Supporting the recruitment of primary jobs to the region; and
♦ Marketing Loveland, Colorado and its strengths as a community with a proactive business climate and highly
educated and trained workforce.
Background
Guiding Principle 13 of the City of Loveland Comprehensive Plan states the City will “Promote the adequate pro-
vision of employment opportunities in an effort to sustain the economic health of the Loveland Community and
the Northern Colorado Region.” This guiding principle led to the reestablishment of the City’s business develop-
ment department in 2006. The department responsibilities focus on keeping Loveland a, “Business Enabling”
community. Staff is responsible for maintaining effective, productive partnerships with other economic develop-
ment groups as well as foster strong partnerships with the business community. The business development de-
partment seeks to “engineer solutions” with the private sector to ensure economic and community sustainability.
Programs/Services
♦ Loveland Business Assistance Network
♦ Ombudsman for the Business Community
♦ Business Development Web site: www.cityofloveland.org/econdev/econdevhomepage.htm
♦ City of Loveland Business Appreciation Luncheon
♦ City of Loveland Site Selector Prospect Packet; available online
♦ Small Business Resource Guide; available online.
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Loveland Downtown
Urban Renewal
Authority
500 East Third Street, Suite 310
Loveland, CO 80537
Contact: Andy Smith
Phone: (970) 967-2577 Fax: (970) 962-2945
Email: [email protected]
Web Address: www.cityofloveland.org/lrplanning/lrmainpage.htm
Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Mission/Focus
The City of Loveland’s Community and Strategic Planning staff administers downtown planning activities, including
the Urban Renewal Authority and several related programs. Utilizing efficient and effective market-phased tactics,
we seek to attract appropriate and vibrant private capital to downtown. Specifically, our efforts explore opportunities
to leverage public investments that will attract primary employers, retailers, restaurants, and residential units to
downtown.
Background
Downtown Loveland has not only weathered every economic cycle of the past 130 years, it has emerged as the
cultural and civic heart of our city. With neighbors such as vibrant art galleries, prominent cultural facilities, a re-
gionally renowned emerging dining district, and unique specialty retail shops, your business can truly be part of
an exciting and profitable downtown renaissance in Northern Colorado. Notable current and planned projects in
Historic Downtown Loveland include:
♦ The recently completed $25 million full block mixed-use Lincoln Place project;
♦ Major civic projects including new parking facilities and expansion of the museum, performing arts center,
and recreational center;
♦ The $11 million dollar redevelopment of the old County Fairgrounds into a riverfront park that will include a
riverwalk, baseball fields, and a farmer’s market facilities;
♦ Park Place Plaza, a mixed-use project that includes great Class A office space;
♦ Four blocks of streetscape and landscape improvements along Lincoln Avenue;
♦ Recently completed major stormwater infrastructure upgrades; and
♦ New lofts, restaurants, and boutiques opening every month.
Programs/Services
♦ Site selection assistance
♦ Downtown market intelligence
♦ Historic preservation loans and/or grants
♦ Tax Increment Financing arrangements
♦ Facade improvement grants
♦ Waiver of selected development fees
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Loveland Center for
Business Development
(LCBD)
5400 Stone Creek Circle
Loveland, CO 80538
Contact: Don Abbott
Phone: (970) 667-4106 Fax: (970) 667-5211
Email: [email protected]
Web Address: www.lovelandbusinessadvice.com
Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. or by appointment outside these hours
Mission/Focus
LCBD’s mission is to help create more successful businesses in Loveland by providing high quality and cost-effective
small business assistance, information and support.
Background
LCBD incorporated as a non-profit entity in 1990. The Center is funded primarily by the City of Loveland and receives
in-kind support from the Chamber of Commerce and the Northern Colorado Economic Development Corporation.
Programs/Services
♦ One on One Counseling
Counseling is conducted by a business consultant and supported by a host of volunteer entrepreneurs
and professional business consultants.
♦ Financial Resources
We can help identify and tap financial resources and also administer a local micro lending program in
concert with area banks.
♦ Workshops & Seminars
Enhancing business skills is the focus of workshops and seminars conducted throughout the year on a
variety of pertinent topics.
♦ Comprehensive Referral System
The LCBD will connect you with compatible governmental agencies or specialized programs on a federal,
state, or regional level to optimize your network capabilities.
♦ Resource Material
The center has a variety of business forms, resource guides, business plan outlines, etc.
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Loveland Economic
Gardening Program
(LEGP)
5400 Stone Creek Circle
Loveland, CO 80538
Contact: Andrea McRobbie
Phone: (970) 744-4795 Fax: (970) 667-5211
Email: [email protected]
Web Address: www.lovelandeconomicgardening.com
Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Mission/Focus
The goal of the LEGP is to help small businesses in Loveland flourish. This is to be accomplished by providing
assistance and resources promoting a strong, entrepreneurial atmosphere.
Background
The LEGP is a joint project of the City of Loveland, the Loveland Chamber of Commerce and the Loveland Center
for Business Development. We work with new and existing small businesses in marketing, business strategy and
other areas of general business management by providing free or low-cost tools and information.
Programs/Services
♦ Strategy Review Session
Businesses will meet with a 2-4 members of the LEGP staff to review various components of the business’s
current strategy and operations. Following the strategy session, the LEGP team provides a report customized
specifically for the business including an outline of suggestions and additional assistance the LEGP may
provide.
♦ Client Profiling and Creation of Marketing/Mailing Lists
Through resources available to the LEGP, we can help businesses better understand the profile of their
existing clients. We can then use this information to help target new clients and develop a strategy for
reaching them. Our team can also provide customized mailing lists for both business-to-business and
business-to-consumer* marketing on a local and national basis.
*Note that business to consumer lists are provided one time free of charge and then clients are referred to local private
sources for this information in the future.
♦ Client & Competitor Mapping
Using Geographic Information Systems (GIS) computer mapping functions and related data, we
are able to determine demographics, consumer expenditures and lifestyle data for you business. We can
also map your current customer and competitor locations. GIS provides an ideal way to visualize and conduct
analysis on your current and future market areas.
♦ Custom Business Research
We have access to highly sophisticated information available from commercial online databases. Within a
few minutes, it is possible to obtain information on:
• Your competitors, including financial information, background on principals, new product releases and
company strategies
• Trends within your particular industry
• New local, regional, national and foreign markets, including market share
• Trademarks, patents, and legislation
• Mail lists
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Small Business
Development Center
125 South Howes Street, Suite 150
(First Floor in Key Bank Tower)
Fort Collins, CO 80521
Contact: Mary Fischer
Phone: (970) 498-9295 Fax: (970) 498-8924
Email: [email protected]
Web Address: http://www.sbdc-larimer.com/
Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Mission/Focus
The mission of the Small Business Development Center (SBDC) is to support the economic development goals of
the State of Colorado by providing high-quality and cost-effective small business assistance, information and support
which fosters the successful growth and development of small business and results in a positive long-term economic
impact on our community.
Background
Since 1988, Colorado SBDCs have been committed to helping entrepreneurs start and expand small businesses. As
a governmental agency in partnership with the Small Business Administration and the Colorado Office of Economic
Development & International Trade, the SBDC combines the resources of federal, state and local government in
addition to the educational system and private sector to provide needed services. Front Range Community College
is the local hosting institution for the Fort Collins SBDC serving Larimer County.
Programs/Services
♦ Free one-on-one counseling
Counseling is conducted by business consultants, mentors and advisors. Through counseling a variety of
business issues can be addressed such as: business feasibility, business planning, marketing, financing,
employee issues, business purchase and valuation, bidding and pricing, franchising and more.
♦ Low-cost Workshops
A variety of classes relating to business start-up, business planning, financial management, taxes and record
keeping, insurance, employment law and marketing are offered on a regular basis.
♦ Financial assistance
The SBDC helps business owners identify potential financing sources which include government supported
lending programs such as SBA loans and local micro loans.
♦ Networking and Referrals
The SBDC can provide a list of additional resources that provide local, state and federal small business
assistance, in addition the SBDCs provide experts in the areas of legal and tax advice.
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Northern Colorado
Economic Development
Corporation (NCEDC)
3553 Clydesdale Parkway, Suite 230
Loveland, CO 80538
Contact: Maury Dobbie - President/CEO
Phone: (970) 667-0905 Fax: (970) 669-4680
Email: [email protected]
Web Address: www.ncedc.com
Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Mission/Focus
To sustain and enhance the economic vitality of Northern Colorado while maintaining our environment and quality of life.
Background
The NCEDC is a 501c(6) not-for-profit corporation. We are dedicated to assisting regional primary employers to grow and improve
employment opportunities and overall quality of life for the citizens of Northern Colorado.
Programs/Services
State of Colorado Business Assistance/Incentive Programs
♦ Colorado FIRST and Existing Training Assistance: Programs can be used to offset training costs other than trainee's
salary. Funding amounts available are based on training needs, salary levels, timetables, and available resources.
♦ New Job Creation: A performance based incentive may be claimed by any employer that creates a certain number of new
fulll-time jobs in the state as a result of opening a new business or relocating or expanding an existing business.
♦ Bioscience Discovery Evaluation Grant: The grant provides for matching funds up to $150,000 per project to support
development of life science technologies that come from new discoveries within Colorado’s research institutions.
♦ Colorado Economic Development Commission: This state entity has funds available for qualified projects. Each project
is considered separately on factors such as the number of jobs, salary levels, location, local participation, and resource
availability.
♦ Feasibility Study Grants: The planning and feasibility study grant program is designed to provide funding to determine
the feasibility of a project or to plan for a project.
♦ Infrastructure: The infrastructure program utilizes federal funds from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Develop-
ment to construct or improve infrastructure.
♦ Manufacturing: Tax exempt Colorado private activity bonds may be established; a Colorado Venture Capital Authority.
♦ Enterprise Zones: The Enterprise Zone Program provides incentives for private enterprise to expand and for new busi-
nesses to locate in economically distressed areas of Colorado as designated by the Colorado Economic Development
Commission (EDC).
Local Business Assistance/Incentive Programs
♦ Larimer/Weld Revolving Loan Fund: The Weld/Larimer Revolving Loan Fund (RLF) is a gap-financing tool designed to
assist with the finance of companies expanding or locating to the rural area of Weld or Larimer Counties.
♦ Workforce: NCEDC can provide assistance with the coordination of programs provided by the Larimer County Workforce
Center, Colorado State University, Front Range Community College, the NoCo Network and others to attract high quality
workers.
♦ Development Review Process: NCEDC and governmental partners can assist with expediting regulatory and permit
process/development review process.
♦ Liaison/Point of Contact: Will work between any and all governmental entities involved in transaction.
♦ Real Estate/Community Tours: Customized for client(s).
♦ Press Releases/News conferences: NCEDC can arrange events to promote the company as an employer of choice in
the community.
♦ University Access: NCEDC can facilitate customized access to Colorado State University Colleges and programs.
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Colorado Office of
Economic Development
& International Trade
1625 Broadway, Suite 2700
Denver, CO 80202
Contact: Peter Roskop, North Center Business Development Representative
Phone: (303) 892-3840 Fax: (303) 892-3848
Email: [email protected]
Web Address: www.AdvanceColorado.com
Mission/Focus
The Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade offers a host of programs and services
tailored to support business development at every level. They include business retention and relocation services,
a bioscience and emerging industries program, business finance programs like the Venture Capital Authority and
CAPCO, the Colorado Tourism Office, the Colorado Council on the Arts, the Colorado International Trade Office,
the Colorado Small Business Development Centers, minority and women-owned business services and economic
research. Business Development Representatives provide a variety of technical assistance with site selection,
research on economic conditions and comparisons, and coordination with local and regional economic development
agencies and services.
Background
The Office of Economic Development and International Trade has existed as part of the Governor’s Office since
1987, but it’s predecessors date to the 1960’s for the business development and even earlier in the State’s history
in the case of tourism promotion.
Programs/Services
♦ Business Incentive Programs
♦ Business Finance Programs
♦ Training Programs
♦ Assessment Programs
♦ SBDC Network
♦ Minority and Women Business Resources
♦ Arts Programs
♦ Grants
♦ Tax Credits
♦ And more...
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Loveland Chamber
of Commerce
5400 Stone Creek Circle
Loveland, CO 80538
Contact: Gaye Stockman, President/CEO
Phone: (970) 667-6311 Fax: (970) 667-5211
Email: [email protected]
Web Address: www.loveland.org
Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Visitors Center: (970) 667-5728
Mission/Focus
The mission of the Chamber of Commerce is to enhance the economic well-being of the community and to promote:
♦ A positive community self image
♦ A strong partnership with business, education, government, & community
♦ Shopping locally
♦ Tourism
Background
The Loveland Chamber of Commerce has been a viable resource to the community for more than 100 years. Early chambers
promoted the sale of goods, organized markets, made and enforced rules of trade, protected goods in transit, and even operated
their own trading floors. The emergence of the chamber as a true community organization came much later, as businessmen
began to realize that their own prosperity depended on the development of a prosperous community.
The chamber of commerce of the 21st Century can no longer just ask its members “What do you want your chamber to do?”
Instead, it asks, “What kind of a community do we want ours to be?”
Programs/Services
The state of the community depends on the success of its businesses. Through networking, educating, referring and supporting,
the chamber promotes a climate where business can operate in a productive and profitable manner. The Loveland chamber ‘fills
the gaps’ by providing services for business where other organizations do not.
In a fast-paced, constantly changing global marketplace, today’s chambers are becoming more active in government affairs,
realizing that many of the problems facing them can best be dealt with in the legislative arena, providing business advocacy. The
chamber provides that legislative voice for business through the Northern Colorado Legislative Alliance.
Additionally, the chamber provides:
♦ Business Education (eg. monthly workshops, special speakers, industry focus groups)
♦ Leadership (Leadership Loveland - developing tomorrow’s community leaders)
♦ Networking (Business After Hours, weekly leads groups, Ambassadors, Business Expo)
♦ Promotion (Business Directory, web site listings & banner ads, Ribbon Cuttings, monthly newsletters and weekly E-
Newsletters, sponsorship opportunities, and annual awards banquet)
♦ Information and Referrals (Business to Business Discount program, Web site-connecting the community and members,
referrals to business resources, Visitors Center - first stop for many tourists)
♦ Shop Loveland campaigns (Attracting local sales tax dollars to enhance the community’s infrastructure)
♦ Partnerships (Economic Gardening program, Engaging Loveland, Downtown Loveland Association, Northern Colorado
Economic Development Corp., City of Loveland, Thompson School District)
♦ Community Pride (New Teachers Breakfast, Corn Roast Festival, Valentine Re-mailing program, and Business Expo
& Trade Show)
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Larimer County
Economic Development/
Business & Enterprise
200 West Oak Street, Suite 5000
Fort Collins, CO 80526
Contact: Geniphyr Ponce-Pore
Phone: (970) 498-6694 Fax: (970) 498-6673
Email: [email protected]
Web Address: www.larimer.org
Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Mission/Focus
Larimer County supports a healthy economy as part of an overall healthy community. This program was started to
find ways to better understand the needs and challenges of our local businesses, to identify local to global trends that
impact our economy, and to link our businesses with the resources they need to succeed. Larimer County partners
regionally to share and leverage resources, and to create solutions for creating a healthy, diverse, innovative, and
resilient economy.
Background
Formed in 2006 and intended to last one year, this program has been extended to June 2008. The near-term
focus is the development of a culture that supports innovation and entrepreneurship, further developing regional
and interdisciplinary partnerships to share resources and create solutions for creating a healthy, diverse economy
with good jobs; the development of a Business and Enterprise section of the county web page to supply clarity in
navigating regulations and finding support; information and financing for business; launching a public outreach
strategy to understand the needs of businesses in Larimer County; developing a regional business resource guide;
and the continued support of promising emerging industries such as clean energy industry and biosciences, as well
as rural enterprise.
Programs/Services
♦ Workforce Related Services
♦ Research, Trends
♦ Industry Support
♦ Policy Development
♦ Providing a voice to business in County Government
♦ Central point of contact for business in Larimer County
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Larimer County
Workforce Center
418 East Fourth Street
Loveland, CO 80537
Contact: Joni Friedman
Phone: (970) 667-4261 Fax: (970) 663-7271
Email: [email protected]
Web Address: http://www.larimerworkforce.org/
Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Mission/Focus
The mission of the Larimer County Workforce is to improve the quality of life for individuals, families, and communities,
through employment and workforce development services.
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