Start using the Colorado Secretary of State business search functionality and the database of Colorado-based entities if you are seeking to register or partner with a business in the state.
The State of Colorado has compiled an official database of businesses within their boundaries and the contact information to facilitate partnerships.
The Colorado Secretary of State is a popularly elected constitutional office of the State of Alabama and compiles databases of information pertaining to Colorado-based corporate entities through the Business Services Division.
In addition to the Business Services Division, the Colorado Secretary of State’s office also maintains Administrative Services Division, Elections Division, and a Government Records Section.
The SOS database provided by the Colorado Secretary of State Business Services Division is tasked with compiling information on all of the businesses incorporated within the state of Colorado, so all entries are exhaustive and up-to-date. Users can search the database based upon a range of search criteria that are both specific and vague, and even obscure information such as the incorporating agent.
How to conduct an Colorado Secretary of State Business Search
Users can access the Colorado SOS corporation search for the following types of companies that are currently or were incorporated in the state of Colorado:
• Corporations – 31%
• Cooperatives – 35%
• Limited Liability Companies – 22%
• Limited Partnerships – 6%
• Limited Companies – 2%
• Limited Liability Partnerships – 3%
Any business within Colorado that is registered with the Colorado Secretary of State Business Services division can be searched for based upon the following criteria:
• Entity Name
• Entity ID
• Officer, Agent or Incorporator Name
• Reservation by ID
• Month and Year
For example, if the user wants to search for a corporation based in Colorado by name, the user will be prompted to enter the company’s name in the “Entity Name” field on the Colorado Secretary of State business search page.
In addition, the user will be asked to provide (if available though not required*) the “Entity Type,” “Place of Formation,” “City of Principal Address,” and “Status.”
If this information is available it may help refine the search in the case of multiple results but this information is not necessary for conducting an initial inquiry or you can contact the department for more information:
Colorado Secretary of State Division of Business Organizations
1700 Broadway Suite 200
Denver, CO 80290
Telephone: (303) 894-2200 Ext. 2
Fax: (303) 869-4864
You should know that having such information may help them more accurately located the desired corporation or service.
If the business is located within Colorado, it is located within the official database. After clicking on the search button, the user will be provided with a list of results that most closely match the criteria entered in the preceding page.
Clicking on any entry in the search results will lead the user to a detailed information page that contains the relevant information for the business entity to which it is attached.
In the search, users can also search for Colorado-based entities by business identification number, agent, officer, or incorporation, if this information is known.
Our quick SOS Corporation Search provides users with relevant and actionable results to register or partner with a business in the State of Colorado.