Northern Colorado Regional Economic Development Partners Release COVID-19 Response and Recovery Map

The Northern Colorado Regional Economic Development Initiative (NoCo REDI) has released a roadmap outlining the central intersections of the public and private sectors and their partnerships to share the way the region is working together to reignite our economy.

The map serves as a visual representation highlighting the alignment of resources and mitigation work implemented in response to the economic impacts of COVID-19.

“The established relationships that existed prior to COVID-19 gave us an upper hand in our road to response and recovery. This map helps us clarify the connection points across the region that are focused on the essential goal of reigniting our economy and instilling consumer confidence,” said Adam Crowe, Larimer County Economic Development Manager.

Elements of the map include those existing collaborations prior to COVID-19 that continue to work together to mitigate impacts, business response partners and groups, advocacy organizations, funding opportunities, and regional tools.

The effort of each of these elements working on behalf of the business community will merge into the collaborative, Reignite Our Economy Plan, outlined through key phases.

The first phase is currently underway and will guide the overall strategy through data analysis, focus groups, and one-on-one storytelling from local businesses.  Industry-based focus groups will be held October 20 – November 4 to help guide the discovery, strategy, and implementation of this plan.

For more information about the response and recovery map, participating in an upcoming focus group, and regional efforts, visit nocorecovers.com.

About NoCo REDI
NoCo REDI is supporting our economic developers, chambers of commerce and all our Northern Colorado communities as they work to create assistance to address the regions needs during the COVID 19 crisis. To receive information we encourage you to access NoCoRecovers.com which provides businesses streamlined access to available resources and “peer” advice to develop their own response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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