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Acronyms aside, partnership can help state’s manufacturers

Colorado’s myriad trade groups compete to promote. An MFG partnership promises collaboration. Colorado’s economic development landscape is an alphabet-soup mix of acronyms and trade names. Entities that touch the maker and manufacturing sector alone include OEDIT, CAMA, CAMT, CACI, WCMA, CWIDB, CBSA, CCIA, WTC, CBDA and others. The upside of today’s system is that member… Continue Reading Acronyms aside, partnership can help state’s manufacturers

Loveland’s former Agilent property is one step closer to being named the state’s new headquarters for aerospace and clean energy. The Colorado Association for Manufacturing and Technology and the Metro-Denver Economic Development Corp. have been looking for a site for the park since January. The groups received more than 40 proposals. The committee is interested… Continue Reading Loveland makes finalist list for aerospace park

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