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Starting a Business Resources

Starting a business can seem like a intimidating task---from securing startup capital, to hiring the right people, to simply maintaining your stress level. Thankfully there are plenty of state and federal resources available new entrepreneurs get up and running. The following resources from the Small Business Administration (SBA), Chambers of Commerce and other resources will help you network with potential business partners, apply for grants, write a business plan and more. This section also links to Small Business Development Centers (SBDC) in your state.

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