Business Research Division

Overview

The Leeds Business Confidence Index (LBCI) Latest Report

Quarter 2, 2014

Positive Outlook Remains

Colorado business leaders’ expectations going into Q2 2014 remain positive as economic conditions continue to improve and political risks subside. The Leeds Business Confidence Index (LBCI) measures the confidence of Colorado business leaders in six categories: national economy, state economy, industry sales, industry profits, hiring plans, and capital expenditures.

The LBCI increased slightly, from 59.9 in Q1 2014 to 61 in Q2 2014. There were 345 panelist responses to the Q2 2014 survey. Expectations continue to stay in positive territory (above 50) for all metrics. Compared to the Q1 2014 survey, Q2 survey respondents’ confidence improved for all metrics except capital expenditures, with the greatest gain recorded in expectations for profits, increasing 3.4 points. The ongoing differential between the state and the nation increased in Q2, indicating that Colorado business leaders still have greater confidence in the local economy than the national economy. Businesses with 50 or more employees measured higher optimism than comparatively small businesses by 5 points.

Respondents’ continued confidence in Q2 represents 10 consecutive quarters of positive expectations—surpassing the record for optimism set from 2003-2005. This confidence coincides with positive signals from the market—accelerating GDP growth, employment gains, and rebounding wealth, as well as a federal budget compromise and a reduction in stimulus by the Fed.

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Colorado Business Economic Outlook

The Colorado Business Economic Outlook is the longest-running forecast of the Colorado economy. Initially presented at an event in Denver in early December, the forecast analyzes changes that have taken place in industry sectors during the past year and looks at the events and activities that will shape changes in population and employment, and in the overall economy for the coming year.

In the next year, the BRD will once again be at the forefront of Colorado's economic forecasting as it presents the forty-ninth annual Colorado Business Economic Outlook on December 9 at the Denver Marriott City Center.

The forty-ninth annual Colorado Business Economic Outlook Forum is available for download

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Quarterly Business & Economic Indicators
Colorado Secretary of State’s Office

The Business Research Division is working with the Colorado Secretary of State’s Office to produce the Quarterly Business & Economic Indicators newsletter. Based on correlations between various business filing data from the Secretary of State’s Office and economic metrics, the reports give public policy and business leaders another tool for making sound decisions. Learn more at the Colorado Secretary of State's website.

Colorado Quarterly Business & Economic Indicators Reports

Q2 Newsletter

Video: Rich Wobbekind on “A Boulder View”

A Boulder View host, Jody Jacobson, speaks with Dr. Rich Wobbekind, Economist with the Leeds School of Business at CU-Boulder, about the 2013 economic forecast for Boulder.

CBG 2013 Survey

The Business Research Division is conducting a survey on behalf of the Colorado Brewers Guild to determine the economic and fiscal impacts of Colorado craft brewers on the Colorado economy. This is a follow-up survey from the one completed for the Guild in April 2012. Please take a few minutes to answer questions about your company’s location, expenditures, revenues, and employment, and your thoughts about opportunities or deterrents to your company’s growth in the state.


Survey

To complete the survey electronically, click on the link below. If you prefer, click on the icons for a PDF or Word version of the survey.

Online Survey

PDF Version

Word Version


Submitting the Survey

Please return your completed PDF or Word survey to:

Colorado Brewers Guild 2013 Survey
Business Research Division
University of Colorado Boulder
420 UCB
Boulder, CO 80309-0420
brian.lewandowski@colorado.edu


Questions

For questions about the project, please contact:

John Carlson
Executive Director
Colorado Brewers Guild
guild@coloradobeer.org


For questions about the survey, please contact:

Brian Lewandowski
Business Research Division
University of Colorado Boulder
brian.lewandowski@colorado.edu
303.492.3307

Business Resources Survey Project

The Business Research Division (BRD) is conducting a survey on behalf of the Colorado Office of Economic Development & International Trade to identify government and nonprofit resources for businesses in communities around the state. Please take a few minutes to answer questions about the resources your organization offers and identify other organizations providing resources in the state.


Survey

To complete the survey electronically, click on one of the links below. If you prefer, click on the icons for an Excel or a PDF version of the survey.

Online Survey

PDF Version

Excel Version


Survey Invitation

Dear Colorado Business Partner,


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First, thank you for all that you do to inspire and encourage job creation across the State of Colorado. Through the Office of Economic Development & International Trade (OEDIT), and pursuant to the Colorado Blueprint, the State of Colorado is creating an online portal connecting Colorado businesses to the many relevant resources available to them.

We need your assistance in order to fully achieve the action items set forth in this plan. Please take a few minutes to complete the enclosed survey about resources available to businesses within your community. Your responses will help us identify, understand, and utilize all of the programs, services, and resources available to Colorado businesses. This information will be used as part of our statewide business resource portal helping businesses and the state become more competitive and successful.

For your convenience, you may complete the survey by visiting leeds.colorado.edu/resourcesurvey. From here, you may take the survey online, or you may download and return the survey as a spreadsheet or a PDF. Please complete the survey by May 1.

This is a new phase in our bottom-up approach to economic development, and we are grateful for your participation, guidance, and input. Most importantly, we are grateful for your passion and hard work to increase the competitiveness of our great state.

Sincerely,

Kenneth W. Lund
Executive Director
Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade


Submitting the Survey

Please return your completed PDF or Excel survey to:

Business Resources Survey Project
Business Research Division
University of Colorado Boulder
420 UCB
Boulder, CO 80309-0420
brian.lewandowski@colorado.edu
Fax: 303.492.3620


Questions

For questions about the project, please contact:

Joey Jenkins
Colorado Office of Economic Development & International Trade
joey.jenkins@state.co.us
303.892.3862

For questions about the survey, please contact:

Brian Lewandowski
Business Research Division
University of Colorado Boulder
brian.lewandowski@colorado.edu
303.492.3307

University of Colorado Economic Impact Study

Date: May 15, 2012

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The University of Colorado is the nexus of research and teaching that reaches far beyond economic statistics that quantify purchases and payroll in the state of Colorado. That said, the university’s economic impacts still resonate as an economic engine driven by education and research expenditures. This enterprise, which directly employs 27,500 faculty, staff, and student workers, shares the complexity of any large corporation. Funding from tuition, grants, contracts, gifts, and appropriations is turned around and spent in private industry. These purchases, which range from food services to energy to equipment, leave an economic imprint of $5.3 billion on the state of Colorado and directly and indirectly employ 43,500 in the state. The $246 million in construction in fiscal year (FY) 2011 alone had economic benefits of $478 million, concentrated in an industry disproportionately affected by the recession.

This public university serves “Colorado, the nation and the world through leadership in high-quality education and professional training, public service, advancing research and knowledge, and state-of-the- art health care.” With education as a core element of this mission, the University of Colorado enrolled 57,400 students in the fall of 2010 and awarded 14,525 degrees for the year. An estimated 192,000 alumni reside in the state, contributing to Colorado’s economic and social fabric. Evidence of the university’s educational impact can be found in the leadership of private businesses, teachers in classrooms, health-care professionals, and policy makers. These alumni are an integral part of the Colorado labor force, particularly in the high-tech workforce, and contribute to the state’s rank as second in the nation for educational attainment.

Leveraging the $181.6 million in state funding FY2011, the university operated on $2.7 billion in noncapital revenues. A significant portion of this leveraged funding was related to sponsored program and other restricted fund activity, primarily associated with research activity. Sponsored program awards in FY2011 exceeded $793 million, were concentrated on the Anschutz Medical Campus and the Boulder campus, and were predominately comprised of funding from the National Institutes of Health, the National Science Foundation, NASA, the Department of Defense, and the Department of Commerce. In fact, 68% of FY2011 awards and 78% of research expenditures were federal in nature. This funding flows to departments and researchers with unique expertise, concentrated in fields such as biotechnology and aerospace, which lends to activity in specific industries and clusters in the state. This activity supports the concentration of companies, where Metro Denver alone touts cluster employment concentrations that far exceed the nation, including aerospace (5.1 times the national average), telecommunications (2.9 times), cleantech (2 times), medical devices and diagnostics (1.7 times), and financial investments (1.6 times). Some federal research laboratories (e.g., joint institutes) are located in Colorado because of the university. They are often on university grounds and partially staffed by university employees, leading to a high relative concentration of federal research laboratories in the state.

The University of Colorado’s Technology Transfer Office is the conduit for technology commercialization. From CU intellectual property, 114 companies have been formed, 85 of which continue to operate in Colorado, and 11 of which were formed in FY2011 alone. These companies are taking risks to create innovative technological impacts, such as OPX Biotechnologies, a cleantech company creating proven alternatives to petroleum products, and Arca biopharma, a firm customizing treatment to improve cardiovascular health.

The University of Colorado collaborates in a research triangle that includes universities, businesses, and federal laboratories. These concerted efforts, with support from state and federal funds, help ensure Colorado’s economic vitality. From direct expenditures and spinoff technologies to collaborative research and an educated workforce, the University of Colorado strengthens Colorado’s economy.

Colorado Business Economic Outlook

The Colorado Business Economic Outlook is the longest-running forecast of the Colorado economy. Initially presented at an event in Denver in early December, the forecast analyzes changes that have taken place in industry sectors during the past year and looks at the events and activities that will shape changes in population and employment, and in the overall economy for the coming year.

This forecast will analyze changes that have taken place in all economic sectors during the past year, and look at the events and activities that will shape the changes in our population, employment, and overall economy for the coming year.

The forty-ninth annual Colorado Business Economic Outlook Forum is available for download

Download a PDF Version here

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Doug Suttles - President and CEO Encana® Keynote Presentation


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THREE CONCURRENT DISCUSSION SESSIONS ADDRESSED RELEVANT ISSUES THAT WILL SHAPE COLORADO’S ECONOMY IN 2014.


NAFTA 20 Years Out

Moderator: Karen Gerwitz, World Trade Center Denver

Speakers: Marcy Grossman, Consul General of Canada

Adrian Garcia, Acting Consul General of Mexico

Paul Bergman, U.S. Export Assistance Center

James E. Nelson, Lindquist & Vennum


Fires, Floods, and Drought: Assessing the Impacts

Moderator: Brian Lewandowski, Leeds School of Business

Panelists:

Ron Carleton—Colorado Deputy Commissioner of Agriculture

Download a copy of Ron Carleton—Colorado Deputy Commissioner of Agriculture's Presentation

Bob Eichem—City of Boulder

Tom Zwirlein, University of Colorado Colorado Springs

Download a copy of Tom Zwirlein, University of Colorado Colorado Springs's Presentation


From the Great Recession to a Great Real Estate Boom

Moderator: Sherm Miller—Leeds School of Business

Panelists:

Scott Crosbie, Crosbie Real Estate Group

Download a copy of Scott Crosbie, Crosbie Real Estate Group's Presentation

Andy Hellman, ARA

Download a copy of Andy Hellman, ARA's Presentation

Jeremy Kroner, CBRE

Pete Schippits, Jones Lang LaSalle Americas, Inc.

Download a copy of Pete Schippits, Jones Lang LaSalle Americas, Inc.'s Presentation

Mary Sullivan, HFF

Download a copy of Mary Sullivan, HFF's Prsentation

Leeds Business Confidence Index

The Leeds Business Confidence Index (LBCI) is a forward-looking index that gauges business leaders’ opinions about national and state economic trends and how their industry will perform in the coming quarter.

LBCI

Each quarter, Colorado business leaders are invited to complete a brief online survey about next-quarter expectations. The survey results are then compiled into the LBCI.

Register to become a panelist.


Latest Report

Quarter 2, 2014

Overview — Positive Outlook Remains

Colorado business leaders’ expectations going into Q2 2014 remain positive as economic conditions continue to improve and political risks subside. The Leeds Business Confidence Index (LBCI) measures the confidence of Colorado business leaders in six categories: national economy, state economy, industry sales, industry profits, hiring plans, and capital expenditures.

The LBCI increased slightly, from 59.9 in Q1 2014 to 61 in Q2 2014. There were 345 panelist responses to the Q2 2014 survey. Expectations continue to stay in positive territory (above 50) for all metrics. Compared to the Q1 2014 survey, Q2 survey respondents’ confidence improved for all metrics except capital expenditures, with the greatest gain recorded in expectations for profits, increasing 3.4 points. The ongoing differential between the state and the nation increased in Q2, indicating that Colorado business leaders still have greater confidence in the local economy than the national economy. Businesses with 50 or more employees measured higher optimism than comparatively small businesses by 5 points.

Respondents’ continued confidence in Q2 represents 10 consecutive quarters of positive expectations—surpassing the record for optimism set from 2003?2005. This confidence coincides with positive signals from the market—accelerating GDP growth, employment gains, and rebounding wealth, as well as a federal budget compromise and a reduction in stimulus by the Fed.

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LBCI

Colorado Business Review

Published quarterly by the Business Research Division, the Colorado Business Review newsletter provides in-depth analysis and information about Colorado’s economy.

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Editorial Staff

  • Executive Director and Editor: Dr. Richard Wobbekind
  • Assistant Editor: Cindy DiPersio
  • Technical Advisor: Brian Lewandowski
  • Graphic Design: Lynn Reed

We welcome your comments and suggestions for topics of future issues.


January 2014

As highlighted at the 49th annual Colorado Business Economic Outlook Forum held on December 9 in Denver, employment growth is expected in both goods- and services-producing sectors in 2014. The half-day event featured an employment forecast for 13 industry sectors and a keynote by Doug Suttles, President and CEO of Encana. Three industry breakout sessions rounded out the afternoon. Summaries of the day’s proceedings are featured in this issue of the CBR.

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December 2013

The retail sector in Colorado accounts for more than 1 out of every 10 employees in the state of Colorado, and impacts every business and citizen directly or indirectly. The sector is a catalyst for the exchange of goods, facilitating the purchase of everything from cars to corn. The retail sector is rapidly transforming, with the use of information technology broadening the sales landscape to include ecommerce; educating consumers on products, prices, and quality; and informing sellers about their customers using sophisticated analytics.

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July 2013

In early December 2012, key economic indicators for each sector of the Colorado economy were presented at the Colorado Business Economic Outlook Forum, along with fore- casted 2013 employment growth for the state. Last month, many of the committee chairs who led the creation of those forecasts met to provide an update on their sector. According to the December forecast, 10 of the 11 sectors analyzed were projected to gain jobs, with Information being the only sector expected to decline. The magnitude of growth has exceeded expectations, and our statewide employment forecast has been revised upward from 1.8% to 2.5% for 2013. Overall, the committees remain confident that Colorado will continue to experience employment growth.

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Research

Business Research Division researchers have expertise in conducting customized marketing and economic impact studies using web-based, mail, on-site, and telephone surveys; focus groups; and data mining/analysis. Recent clients include those in the following industries:

  • Energy
  • Transportation
  • Wholesale trade
  • Economic development
  • Natural and organic foods industry
  • Recycling

The BRD presents an annual Colorado Business Economic Outlook Forum each December in Denver, followed by targeted presentations of the forecast to organizations across the state and nation. The forecast includes snapshots from specific counties and regions around the state, as well as updates on international trade, population, labor force and personal income growth, and a general outlook on the national economy.

In addition to conducting research, the division is the umbrella organization for the Colorado Association for Manufacturing and Technology and the Rocky Mountain Trade Adjustment Assistance Center.

Staff

Cindy DiPersio
Project Coordinator
303.492.3196
Koelbel 115E
Rachel Ford
Student Research Assistant
Miles K. Light
Research Economist
303.492.3248
Ryan Streit
Student Research Assistant

News

Leeds School Partners on Dynamic Econometric Modeling Initiative for Colorado

Leeds School of Business

July 16, 2013

The Business Research Division at CU-Boulder's Leeds School of Business is conducting dynamic econometric modeling as part of a collaboration to provide insight into the economic impact of public policy decisions in the state and surrounding regions.


Positive, Broad-Based Job Growth Forecast for Colorado in 2013

Leeds School of Business

December 7, 2012

Colorado will continue on the road to recovery and add a variety of jobs in 2013 across almost all business sectors following a positive year in 2012, according to economist Richard Wobbekind of the Leeds School of Business.


Economic Outlook Forum to be presented Dec. 3

Leeds School of Business

November 26, 2012

The Leeds School of Business will present its 48th annual Colorado Business Economic Outlook Forum on Monday, Dec. 3, at 1 p.m. at the Denver Marriott City Center.


Study Tallies Benefits of Hosting Bicycle Race

Boulder County Business Review

October 26, 2012

Visitors who came to Boulder specifically to watch a USA Pro Cycling Challenge event spent an estimated $2.4 million, according to newly released information from a study by the Leeds School of Business at the University of Colorado-Boulder.


'Can Do' Approach to Beverage Packaging Means Jobs for Colorado

The Leeds School of Business

October 15, 2012

Consumer demand is making aluminum cans more relevant than ever, according to a report from the University of Colorado Boulder’s Leeds School of Business.


Past Events

Event

Colorado Business Economic Outlook 2014

December 9, 2013

1:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Denver Marriott City Center
1701 California Street
Denver CO 80202

Join us for this half-day event sponsored by the Business Research Division. The Forum will feature an employment forecast for 2014 with a keynote address by Encana President and CEO Doug Suttles, followed by industry discussion sessions.


Publications

Publication

The Leeds Business Confidence Index (LBCI) Q1 2014

January 2014

Author: Business Research Division

The Leeds Business Confidence Index (LBCI) is a forward-looking index that gauges business leaders’ opinions about national and state economic trends and how their industry will perform in the coming quarter.

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Publication

Leeds Business Confidence Index (LBCI), Q4 2013

September 2013

The Leeds Business Confidence Index (LBCI) is a forward-looking index that gauges business leaders’ opinions about national and state economic trends and how their industry will perform in the coming quarter.

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Publication

Colorado Business Review, July 2013

July 2013

Published quarterly by the Business Research Division, the Colorado Business Review newsletter provides in-depth analysis and information about Colorado’s economy.

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Publication

Leeds Business Confidence Index (LBCI), Q3 2013

July 2013

The Leeds Business Confidence Index (LBCI) is a forward-looking index that gauges business leaders’ opinions about national and state economic trends and how their industry will perform in the coming quarter.

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Publication

Colorado Business Review, May 2013

May 2013

Published quarterly by the Business Research Division, the Colorado Business Review newsletter provides in-depth analysis and information about Colorado’s economy.

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Publication

Leeds Business Confidence Index (LBCI), Q2 2013

April 2013

The Leeds Business Confidence Index (LBCI) is a forward-looking index that gauges business leaders’ opinions about national and state economic trends and how their industry will perform in the coming quarter.

Read/Download


Publication

Colorado Business Review, January 2013

January 2013

Published quarterly by the Business Research Division, the Colorado Business Review newsletter provides in-depth analysis and information about Colorado’s economy.

Read/Download


Publication

Leeds Business Confidence Index (LBCI), Q1 2013

January 2013

The Leeds Business Confidence Index (LBCI) is a forward-looking index that gauges business leaders’ opinions about national and state economic trends and how their industry will perform in the coming quarter.

Read/Download


Publication

Colorado Business Economic Outlook 2013

December 2012

The Colorado Business Economic Outlook is the longest-running forecast of the Colorado economy. Initially presented at an event in Denver in early December, the forecast analyzes changes that have taken place in industry sectors during the past year and looks at the events and activities that will shape changes in population and employment, and in the overall economy for the coming year.

The forty-eighth annual Colorado Business Economic Outlook Forum was held December 3 at the Denver Marriott City Center.

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Publication

Colorado Business Review, October 2012

October 2012

Published quarterly by the Business Research Division, the Colorado Business Review newsletter provides in-depth analysis and information about Colorado’s economy.

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Publication

Leeds Business Confidence Index (LBCI), Q4 2012

October 2012

The Leeds Business Confidence Index (LBCI) is a forward-looking index that gauges business leaders’ opinions about national and state economic trends and how their industry will perform in the coming quarter.

Read/Download


Research

Colorado Business Review, July 2012

July 2012

Published quarterly by the Business Research Division, the Colorado Business Review newsletter provides in-depth analysis and information about Colorado’s economy.

Read/Download


Publication

Leeds Business Confidence Index, Q3 2012

July 2012

The Leeds Business Confidence Index (LBCI) is a forward-looking index that gauges business leaders’ opinions about national and state economic trends and how their industry will perform in the coming quarter.

Read/Download


Research

Colorado Business Review, April 2012

April 2012

Published quarterly by the Business Research Division, the Colorado Business Review newsletter provides in-depth analysis and information about Colorado’s economy.

Read/Download


Publication

Leeds Business Confidence Index, Q2 2012

April 2012

The Leeds Business Confidence Index (LBCI) is a forward-looking index that gauges business leaders’ opinions about national and state economic trends and how their industry will perform in the coming quarter.

Read/Download


Research

Colorado Business Review, February 2012

February 2012

Published quarterly by the Business Research Division, the Colorado Business Review newsletter provides in-depth analysis and information about Colorado’s economy.

Read/Download


Publication

Leeds Business Confidence Index, Q1 2012

December 2011

The Leeds Business Confidence Index (LBCI) is a forward-looking index that gauges business leaders’ opinions about national and state economic trends and how their industry will perform in the coming quarter.

Read/Download


Publication

Colorado Business Economic Outlook 2012

November 2011

This forecast analyzes changes that have taken place in all economic sectors during the past year, and looks at the events and activities that will shape the changes in our population, employment, and overall economy for the coming year.

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Publication

Special Report: 2009 Federal Spending in Colorado

October 2011

This report, by reporting 2009 data, complements the Colorado Business Review 77:4, which discussed 2010 federal spending in Colorado.

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Research

Colorado Business Review, October 2011

October 2011

Published quarterly by the Business Research Division, the Colorado Business Review newsletter provides in-depth analysis and information about Colorado’s economy.

Read/Download


Publication

Leeds Business Confidence Index, Q4 2011

October 2011

The Leeds Business Confidence Index (LBCI) is a forward-looking index that gauges business leaders’ opinions about national and state economic trends and how their industry will perform in the coming quarter.

LBCI

Each quarter, Colorado business leaders are invited to complete a brief online survey about next-quarter expectations. The survey results are then compiled into the LBCI.

Register to become a panelist.

Read/Download


Research

Colorado Business Review, July 2011

July 2011

Published quarterly by the Business Research Division, the Colorado Business Review newsletter provides in-depth analysis and information about Colorado’s economy.

Read/Download


Publication

Leeds Business Confidence Index, Q3 2011

June 2011

The Leeds Business Confidence Index (LBCI) is a forward-looking index that gauges business leaders’ opinions about national and state economic trends and how their industry will perform in the coming quarter.

LBCI

Each quarter, Colorado business leaders are invited to complete a brief online survey about next-quarter expectations. The survey results are then compiled into the LBCI.

Register to become a panelist.

Read/Download


Research

Colorado Business Review, April 2011

April 2011

Published quarterly by the Business Research Division, the Colorado Business Review newsletter provides in-depth analysis and information about Colorado’s economy.

Read/Download


Publication

Leeds Business Confidence Index, Q2 2011

March 2011

The Leeds Business Confidence Index (LBCI) is a forward-looking index that gauges business leaders’ opinions about national and state economic trends and how their industry will perform in the coming quarter.

LBCI

Each quarter, Colorado business leaders are invited to complete a brief online survey about next-quarter expectations. The survey results are then compiled into the LBCI.

Register to become a panelist.

Read/Download


Research

Colorado Business Review, January 2011

January 2011

Published quarterly by the Business Research Division, the Colorado Business Review newsletter provides in-depth analysis and information about Colorado’s economy.

Read/Download


Research

Leeds Business Confidence Index, Q1 2011

December 2010

The Leeds Business Confidence Index (LBCI) is a forward-looking index that gauges business leaders’ opinions about national and state economic trends and how their industry will perform in the coming quarter.

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Research

Colorado Business Review, November 2010

November 2010

Author: Business Research Division

Published quarterly by the Business Research Division, the Colorado Business Review newsletter provides in-depth analysis and information about Colorado’s economy.

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Publication

Colorado Business Economic Outlook 2011

October 2010

This forecast analyzes changes that have taken place in all economic sectors during the past year, and looks at the events and activities that will shape the changes in our population, employment, and overall economy for the coming year.

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Full Publication


Research

Leeds Business Confidence Index, Q4 2010

September 2010

The Leeds Business Confidence Index (LBCI) is a forward-looking index that gauges business leaders’ opinions about national and state economic trends and how their industry will perform in the coming quarter.

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