Partnership provides access to capital for startups and small businesses to spur growth
Start-Up Financing Workshop for Entrepreneurs is one of nine events CEF is supporting during National Small Business Week May 1-7
CEF is pleased to announce 2016 marks its 40th anniversary of making a positive impact in Colorado's economy by supporting small businesses in local communities.
CEF is one of 60 to Participate in First of Its Kind $100 Million Marketplace for Impact Investing
New partnership provides access to capital for small businesses in Loveland
South Side Business News spotlights CEF borrower Winking Girl! Foods' success in securing working capital for growth
Friends of the SBA Microloan Program
9News Reporter Greg Moss cites new microloan fund in Adams County
Colorado Biz: Partnership provides access to capital for startups and small business
Denver Post: Small businesses can receive a loan of up to $50,000
Denver Business Journal: Small businesses in Adams County have a new financing avenue open to them.
Confluence Denver: May kicks off national and Colorado versions of Small Business Week which CEF is celebrating with events May 1-7
The Adams County Board of Commissioners, Adams County Economic Development (ACED), Colorado Enterprise Fund (CEF) and the North Metro Small Business Development Center have partnered to create the Adams County Microloan Fund with starting capital of $1 million, the largest in the metro area.
Washington Monthly article on five-year, $125 million initiative supporting innovative collaborations to revitalize neighborhoods across the country including CEF's healthy foods funding of Fort Market in rural Costilla County
JP Morgan Chase & Company highlights the success of CEF's Healthy Foods Funding Program supporting Fort Market in rural Costilla County
Denver Business Journal annual event includes quote from CEF's Ceyl Prinster
CEF's Anne Misak featured on finance panel by event sponsor BizWest