Colorado Hub for Health Impact, a new national economic development campaign elevating Colorado as America’s epicenter for life sciences innovation launches today. The campaign emphasizes Colorado’s leading innovation talent, central location, robust infrastructure, collaborative community, reasonable costs, and unmatched quality of life as key reasons why companies considering relocation or expansion should join the state’s health innovation ecosystem. Colorado’s thriving life sciences community is known for leading-edge research, development, and commercialization with a global patient impact.

A group of 22 partners representing Colorado’s life sciences companies, innovation centers, economic development groups, Front Range cities and counties, commercial real estate developers, builders, and contract development and manufacturing organizations created and funded the national economic development campaign.

“At the center of the country, and the intersection of innovation industries including life sciences, high technology, and quantum computing, Colorado and the Metro Denver region attract big thinkers and problem solvers. Whether they’re lifelong residents, graduates of our top-ranked universities, or newcomers here for opportunities and outdoors access, they share a commitment to saving and changing lives around the world. Metro Denver Economic Development Corporation is proud to support Colorado, the Hub for Health Impact,” said Raymond H. Gonzales, president, Metro Denver Economic Development Corporation.

Colorado Hub for Health Impact Campaign Partners Include:

The campaign is led by Colorado BioScience AssociationColorado Health & Tech CentersDenver Metro Chamber of Commerce and Metro Denver Economic Development CorporationFitzsimons Innovation Community, and U.S. 36 Collaborative, as well as Aurora Economic Development Corporation and City of AuroraBNBuildersLongmont Economic Development PartnershipNexCore Science & Tech, MortensonSterling Bay, and Sun Construction. The campaign is also partnering with AGC BiologicsAdams CountyGE JohnsonKBI BiopharmaMurphy CompanyRidgeway Science + TechnologySaunders, and Tributary Real Estate.

Read the full Colorado Hub for Health Impact press release.