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This page offers help in the location of information about small business support groups. Included are links to an organization to provide a professional Internet / WWW based network to help enterprises communicate about business needs, over 3,000 indexed and abstracted documents to provide the solutions to the everyday challenges you face, a clearinghouse of information on the business incubation industry, a small business counseling and electronic resource information center, a Small Business Administration (SBA) page to help you with a wide variety of new business start up problems and SCORE, a national, nonprofit association with 12,400 volunteer members and 389 chapters throughout the United States and its territories.
International Small Business Consortium
The removal of international trade barriers has brought quickly changing global markets. Large international corporations can now compete for the SMEs’ (Small and Medium Enterprises’) market, but SMEs traditionally have not had the infrastructure and necessary resources to fight back. Our objective is to provide a productive and professional Internet / WWW based network to help SMEs communicate about business needs, expand their markets, share their resources, knowledge and experience.
The Edward Lowe Foundation Small Business Network
The Edward Lowe Solutions Library – over 3,000 indexed and abstracted documents to provide the solutions to the everyday challenges you face. The full text of approximately half of the documents may be displayed or downloaded at no charge, the remaining documents are available for the low cost of $2.00 per document.
National Business Incubation Association Home Page
The purpose of this web site is to provide a clearinghouse of information on the business incubation industry.
Small Business Advancement National Center
Located on the scenic University of Central Arkansas campus in Conway, Arkansas, the Small Business Advancement National Center (SBANC) is an organization that was founded in 1990. SBANC was conceived from a concept developed by Dr. Don B. Bradley III, Executive Director of the Center and Professor of Marketing at UCA. Since its inception as the Small Business Institute Directors’ Association National Center, it has evolved into a multi-faceted small business counseling and electronic resource information center. Now a leading-edge facility, SBANC offers small businesses some of the newest, freshest information on advances in today’s small business technology.
U.S. Small Business Administration
A Small Business Administration page to help you with a wide variety of new business start up problems.
SCORE – (Service Corps of Retired Executives)
The SCORE Association is a national, nonprofit association with 12,400 volunteer members and 389 chapters throughout the United States and its territories. SCORE is a resource partner with the U.S. Small Business Administration.
The National Women’s Business Council
A bi-partisan Federal advisory council created to serve as an independent source of advice and policy recommendations to the President, Congress, and the U.S. Small Business Administration on economic issues of importance to women business owners. The Council’s mission is to promote bold initiatives, policies and programs designed to support women’s business enterprises at all stages of development in the public and private sector marketplaces, from start-up to success to significance.
US Chamber of Commerce
When it comes to representing American business—strength and reputation matter. That’s why 3 million companies of all sizes look to us to advance their interests before Congress, government agencies, and the courts.