Business Financing Incentives
Discover ways and means for financing your business, as well as, incentives at the various levels of government and local agencies. Also, gain access to the various financial tools for getting such assistance and other for your business.
How do I get my business financed? What are the resources?
- Contractor Assistance Loan Program
- Business Assistance
- Incentives and Financial Tools
- Connecting Borrowers with SBA Approved Lenders
Small Business Organizational/Affiliates/Tools
Business Learning Center
Learn the basics of starting a business and what is required. The Office of Minority Business Development offers courses in an effort to help you identify readiness for owning a business and directs you to other business institutions/agencies that offer additional resources. The courses are free.
- MBD Training Opportunities/Course Descriptions
- SBA Learning Center
- Taking Your High-Tech Product to Market
- Government Contracting Training
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Doing Business/Conferences in the City of Richmond
In an effort to help aid you to enhance and/or grow your business, there links are provided to help you develop your business via checklists and business marketing plans. Be inspired by others who have successfully completed classes and attended seminars/workshops offered by the City of Richmond/Office of Minority Business Development.
Where to Begin?
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