4 Business Types Thriving In Denver
Although we had one of the roughest years ever for our economy in 2020, certain cities in the United States experienced major changes. And some of these economical changes occurred in a positive way.
From Miami to San Francisco, various business types thrived and helped improve the economy. Things still aren’t where they were before the pandemic began, but some business types are finding ways to succeed.
Of the improved local economies, Denver, CO is showing growth in 4 distinct business types.
Personal Injury Law
People drove less in 2020, but accidents still happened. Collisions involving automobiles, motorcycles and pedestrians continued to grow throughout the Mile High City despite statewide stay-at-home orders. For this reason, work for personal injury lawyers in Denver grew too.
One personal injury attorney for CO Injury Law told us,
Automobile accidents increased during the pandemic. Many people quarantined and drove less compared to previous years, but we still identified an increase in vehicle collisions and automobile-related deaths in 2020.
As suspected and related to car accidents, chiropractors experienced an increase in work too. But many chiropractors noted they found growth in existing patients who found more time for routine, weekly visits. As people have more time to address their pain management, chiropractic care has been integrated more into health routines.
Chiropractors in Denver had limited exposure to patients during the first few months of the pandemic, but quickly figured out ways to make their practices clean and safe to accommodate patients.
Business & Contract Law
Contrary to many cities in the United States, a lot of new businesses opened their doors in 2020 in Colorado. Because of this, lawyers who operate in business establishment law saw sizable growth. These Colorado business lawyers establish entities as proprietorships, LLCs or corporations and file all the necessary paperwork with the county clerk.
And as expected, courts were also busy filing paperwork on their end. New business licenses will likely continue into 2021 as more Denver-based businesses open, keeping attorneys occupied.
Web Design & SEO
Lastly, businesses who operate in the digital space experienced exponential growth in the last year. Business owners had more time to review their websites and online marketing plans, and came up with a variety of changes. Denver SEO businesses were able to maintain growth during the pandemic by bringing on more and more businesses online.
Likewise, web designers were busy creating new websites for businesses or handling maintenance for them. The average number of managed hours by agencies in Denver went up by 15%.
Keep An Eye Out In 2021
With the recent swings in the market, it’s reasonable to think real estate and mortgages will experience a lot of changes in the coming year. We’ll likely see more businesses develop a digital presence too, having websites built and pursuing new online market tactics to accommodate a new way to do business; this will be especially true of restaurants adopting new delivery methods.
Finally, it’s also worth noting medical positions are on a steady rise with the state of Colorado needed more nurses than ever before. This trend will of course continue in the new year.
What business types have you seen thrive in your local area? Let us know in the comments.