Small businesses drive the local economy, providing jobs and stability for families and accounting for approximately two-thirds of the jobs in our workforce. Small businesses also provide most of the necessary services in neighborhoods and improve the quality of life for those residents.
We're ready to assist you in all stages of business development. Here you will find information and resources to help start or grow your business. Whether you are a sole proprietor, a start-up with one employee, or an established business with multiple employees, you can receive one-on-one assistance. In coordination with our community resource providers, we can help you develop business and financial plans, receive mentoring from experienced business owners, and identify potential sources of financial assistance.
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Click here to inquire about resources and assistance for your small business.