Visit this largest resource of training and information helping small businesses at www.sba.gov.
Small Business Development Centers
The SBDC is a branch of the SBA. Centers are located at universities, community colleges and vocational schools and provide management assistance to small business owners. (Seehttp://www.sba.gov/aboutsba/sbaprograms/sbdc/index.html)
Service Corps of Retired Executives (SCORE)
SCORE is also a resource partner with the SBA and is a source of free and confidential business advice and training for entrepreneurs. (See www.score.org)
Other Community Resources which may be available are:
Then add the Government grants video and a recommended website www.grants.biz
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Then add the logos for the Labor Department, IRS, & BBB
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