Starting and managing a business can be exciting and rewarding, but also a tremendous challenge. You'll find information on finance toolsgovernment procurement opportunities, or employment assistance as well as information to find and retain talent in addition to many other programs aimed at helping small businesses. And for entrepreneurs running home-based businesses or for early stage businesses, various entities around Commerce City have meeting space to fit many needs!

Commerce City Small Business Resource Center

Ribbon cutting at small business resource center

7270 Monaco St.
Commerce City, CO 80022
Open by appointment only

Commerce City owns and operates the Commerce City Small Business Resource Center (CCSBRC) to assist small businesses and entrepreneurs in the community. Partner organizations like the Small Business Development Center (SBDC) and Adelante Community Development provide workshops, trainings and one-on-one counseling to help address some of the most important challenges when starting or growing a business. These organizations all share a commitment and passion for serving small business owners.

The Center is generally open during programs and workshops and by appointment only. Topics include:

  • Starting a business
  • Operating and/or growing a business
  • Marketing
  • Business finance
  • Workforce hiring and training
  • Other general business issues

Training Partners

North Metro Denver SBDC
Since 1989, the North Metro Denver Small Business Development Center (SBDC) has been dedicated to helping existing and new businesses grow and prosper by providing free and confidential consulting and no- or low-cost training programs.

Adelante Community Development
Primarily comprised of Commerce City’s Hispanic business owners, this organization provides information and assistance to small business owners through workshops and presentations on a variety of topics including employment, insurance, and other business matters. 

Minority Business Office (MBO) offers bilingual consulting services to minority, veteran, and woman-owned businesses. Specifically, the consultants share information on available state, federal and local business certifications and their benefits. The MBO then advises business owners on how to market as a certified business when bidding for government contracts. Local consultations are held at the Commerce City Small Business Resource Center, 7270 Monaco St.