Helping your business start, grow, and thrive.

Mission Statement

The mission of the LBDC is to provide Loveland citizens and existing businesses with free one on one consulting services, sophisticated training seminars and street smart advisors in order to create a stronger more vibrant economy.

Start A Business

Start A Business

Starting a business can be overwhelming; we help that process be less daunting.

Grow Your Business

Grow Your Business

We offer comprehensive services and programs to help you be more successful.

Coming soon! Funding Opportunity from the Office of the Future of Work

The Office of the Future of Work at the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment will begin accepting online applications on November 18th, 2022 from Colorado employers interested in adopting the registered apprenticeship model. Accelerate Apprenticeship Grants encourage employer adoption of registered apprenticeship in the state of Colorado. Employers receive up to $7,500 in grant […]

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Northern Colorado Workforce Development Partnership Between Weld And Larimer Counties Is The First Of Its Kind In The State

In order to best serve the residents and businesses of the northern Colorado region and to ensure the success of common workforce development goals, the Weld County Board of Commissioners, alongside the Larimer County Board of Commissioners, have signed and approved the first regional workforce memorandum of understanding between Employment Services of Weld County (ESWC) […]

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Northern Colorado Recognized by Economic Development Council of Colorado

PUEBLO, COLORADO (Oct. 20, 2022) – The Economic Development Council of Colorado (EDCC) announced the 2022 EDIE award recipients, recognizing economic development excellence during its annual Drive|Lead|Succeed Conference at Pueblo Convention Center in Pueblo, Colorado last week. The most recognized award in economic development in Colorado, the EDIE represents outstanding achievements by its members, organizations, […]

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Northern Colorado Partners Recognized at Statewide Conference

On October 19, 2022 two Northern Colorado professionals were recognized by the Rocky Mountain Workforce Development Association for their outstanding work. Lisa Taylor with the Immigrant Refugee Center of Northern Colorado (IRCNOCO) was recognized for achieving greater results through commitment to developing sound partnerships that make an impact in the community. Under her leadership, the […]

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