Awe-inspiring landscapes, an enviable climate and a diverse business community. These assets define Colorado. Of the three, businesses face the least certain future.
Despite the illusions of idealistic politicians, the state government has negligible control over temperatures, scenery and cultural trends. Conversely, the state has absolute control over the regulatory climate that determines the future of our business community.
“There is little debate that the state’s economy has been among the best in the country. But when we look closely at recent trends and data, the state’s economic future is less certain,” states the newly released Vision 2033 report by the Colorado Chamber of Commerce.
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