Setting up in America?
Relocating to Colorado?
Colorado is one of those places that people seem to feel that they have “discovered.” Once discovered, this is a difficult place to leave. You’ll find a life style that is hard to replicate elsewhere. Also, you’ll also find we have one of the most highly educated workforces in America. We’re usually ranked second in America after Washington, D.C …and we like it here.
If you’re bringing your ICT company from Europe or some other part of North America you’ll be thrilled with the cost advantages of Colorado and our location at the geographic center of America. Forget the two coasts!
ICT professionals and the companies that employ them are, increasingly, learning about how special Colorado can be. ICT is a very important and continually growing part of our economy.
Colorado Silicon Network enthusiastically welcomes your relocation inquiries. We are glad to offer advice and to direct you to the individuals and agencies that can help you with your relocation search.
Planning a Trade Mission?
A genuinely productive Trade Mission, one that produces quantifiable results, is difficult to organize. Time management, costs, appointments and logistics all have to be carefully managed. If you are planning a mission to Colorado, North America or to the UK and Continental Europe contact us at Colorado Silicon Network. We would be delighted to offer some initial advice. For a modest fee, in coordination with our Partners, we can organize a targeted, efficient productive trip for you.
Metro Denver Economic Development Corporation
The Metro Denver Economic Development Corporation (Metro Denver EDC) is the nation's first and only truly regional economic development entity, bringing together over 70 cities, counties, and economic development agencies in the nine-county Metro Denver and Northern Colorado area. An affiliate of the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce, the organization focuses on six areas to expand the regional economy: national marketing, new and existing business, mobility, DIA/international air travel, tax reform, and special opportunities.
Denver International Airport
Denver International Airport (DIA), one of the world's most modern and efficient airports, is owned and operated by the City and County of Denver. DIA is located 23 miles northeast of downtown Denver. It is the primary airport serving the Metro Denver region and Colorado. Seventeen commercial carriers provide 1,600 nonstop scheduled flights to more than 160 domestic and international destinations. Specifically, DIA offers nonstop service to 18 international locations including destinations in Germany, the United Kingdom, Canada, Mexico, and Costa Rica.** Southwest Airlines serves every significant American ICT hub from DIA. Denver International Airport is the only major airport to be built in the United States in the last 25 years. The current facility can accommodate 50 million passengers a year without any additional construction. ** (Updated 03-17-10 / Source: Official Airline Guide (OAG) Schedule Tapes )
Useful Print resources:
The Press Kit for Denver International Airport has useful details about flights, passenger volumes and routes:
University of Colorado Press Release “BOULDER - The University of Colorado Board of Regents has approved a new doctoral program in telecommunications at CU-Boulder. The program begins in Fall 2011 and is being offered by the Interdisciplinary Telecommunications Program. More than 2,600 students have graduated from CU-Boulder with a master's degree in telecommunications since 1971.”
American Legislative Exchange Council ...ALEC was formed (in part,) “to advance the Jeffersonian principles of free markets, limited government, federalism, and individual liberty, through a nonpartisan public-private partnership of America's state legislators, members of the private sector, the federal government, and general public.” ALEC has produced a very informative study, Rich States Poor States, which should be studied by any corporation that is thinking of relocating within or to America.