We want everyone to succeed. That is why we have provided free links to websites that will help you develop skills as an entrepreneur and business owner.
The U.S. Small Business Administration provides business education and advice to those starting or already leading a small business. You will find information about business plans, financing your small business, and more.
America’s oldest nonpartisan small-business advocacy group. Here you will find the latest information, and best practices in advocacy, including press releases and survey results on issues impacting small businesses.
Score is a non-profit business association SCORE that has provided education and mentorship to help small businesses to help them get off the ground and achieve their growth objectives. You can also find free online learning opportunities on their website.
Local Small Business Development Center
Small Business Development Centers (SBDC) are sponsored by the Small Business Administration. They can be found throughout the United States and have helped many entrepreneurs launch successful businesses through free business education, consulting, and mentoring services. You can find your local center here .
US Chamber of Commerce
The US Chamber of Commerce represents over 3 million businesses. Their advocacy programs include healthcare and a competitive workforce. You can also find regular posts US and world news and other issues impacting small businesses.
Small Business Trends
Small Business Trends offers articles on a wide variety of topics such as management, taxes, and technology. You can also gain access to guides, tools, and useful templates.
Kickstarter is a free to sign-up crowdfunding platform that helps you recruit micro-donors for your business.
City of San Diego Economic Development
A resource by the city of San Diego to help people get help with all their economic needs.
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