The Leeds Business Confidence Index dipped slightly in Q3, but the Outlook remains positive as indicators reported a positive outlook. Unemployment rates also continued to fall in Colorado from the previous quarter.
Colorado’s food industry includes a rich supply chain of farmers and ranchers, food and beverage manufacturers, wholesalers, grocery stores, and restaurants. Each of these value-adding cogs in the supply chain produce economic value for their businesses, workers, communities, and end consumers. Most of Colorado’s agricultural production occurs along the Eastern...
Reporting on the Leeds Business Confidence Index (LCBI) for Q2 revealed that optimism remains high as the Confidence Index showed an increase from the previous quarter. The confidence index cited positive year-over-year employment growth and overall Colorado unemployment level.
To understand the factors affecting economic resiliency within communities, a study was conducted of Colorado’s 47 nonmetropolitan counties. Through secondary and primary research, including information obtained through focus groups and interviews, the research team detailed tangible and intangible assets and attributes that contribute comparative advantages. Read the Full Report
The Q4 2016 quarterly indicators report prepared by the Business Research Division for Colorado Secretary of State Wayne Williams shows unrelenting growth in new entity filings. Download The Current CO SOS Q4 2016 Report
This issue of the CBR highlights the economy of Northeastern Colorado to provide insight into the region’s economy, focusing on key industries and unique innovations and challenges facing Northeastern Colorado communities.
Leeds Business Confidence Index Rebounds Sharply Ahead of Q1 Download The Leeds Business Confidence Index (LBCI) Q1 2017 Colorado business leaders’ expectations for Q1 2017 are up 7.3 points from the previous quarter, supported by strong readings in every component of the index. Read/Download the LBCI Q1 2017
The Q3 2016 quarterly indicators report prepared by the Business Research Division for Colorado Secretary of State Wayne Williams confirms that Colorado is likely to see continued, moderate employment growth. Download The Current CO SOS Q3 2016 Report