Colorado requires you to appoint and maintain an in-state registered agent.
Colorado has been deemed one of the best places in the U.S. to do business, as it's extremely business-friendly and a hub for growing businesses and startups. The state’s energy sector and budding cannabis industry have helped it increase its GDP by 3.5% in 2018, the highest increase in three years. But there are many federal, state, and local requirements for doing business in Colorado.
You’re required to designate an in-state Registered Agent when you form your company and in each additional state in which you do business. The Registered Agent receives state communications regarding important filings and changes in organizational requirements and is also responsible for receiving notice of a lawsuit (“service of process”) on behalf of your business. With CT Corporation’s experience and expertise, you won’t miss a critical filing and endanger your business’ good standing.