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    Ace Academy is a multifaceted business that specializes in education, consulting, and networking. Our affordable courses provide education and training for both entrepreneurship and CDA licensing. Clients may also take part in our business consulting services to receive one on one assistance in taking your business to the next level. Finally, our networking platform keeps you connected with like minded people and to vital resources all entrepreneurs need for success.
  • AKCCL, Inc.
    AKCCL is a non-profit organization committed to being a powerful and effective resource to the community providing education services, human services and outreach services that are solutions to address emerging community needs and hardships.
  • Alaska Small Business Development Center
    The Alaska SBDC Mission To celebrate, grow, and connect small business in Alaska through experienced business coaching and innovative programs.
  • BakerRipley - Entrepreneur Connection
    BakerRipley works to keep Houston a place of opportunity for everyone. We provide a wide range of community-based programs that benefit youth, families and seniors in Houston and the Texas Gulf Coast. The Entrepreneur Connection is BakerRipley's small business program that provides resources, education, and connection to capital to help entrepreneurs start or expand a business. We serve entrepreneurs from all over the greater Houston area.
  • BBIF Florida
    BBIF Florida is an Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI), private non-profit loan fund that specializes in providing loans and financial technical assistance services to Black, minority and underserved small businesses throughout Florida. Our Mission: “To develop and promote Black and Minority business enterprises through education, training, loans, investments, and other activities and aggressively promote an atmosphere conducive to their development.”
  • BEST Carolina LLC.
  • Black Girl Ventures LLC
    Black Girl Ventures is a global platform dedicated to creating place-based initiatives that provide access to capital for Black women entrepreneurs. Our initiatives include crowdfunded pitch competitions, 1:1 funding assessments, consultations and introductions to help entrepreneurs gain access to social and financial capital. Our model fuses business development and triage to support Black women-owned ventures at various stages of development. Our ultimate goal is to close the funding gap experienced by women entrepreneurs in general, and Black women entrepreneurs specifically.
  • BridgeValley Community & Technical College
    The GRID - Generate, Renew, Innovate, Design A unique concept that combines the robust elements of a business accelerator with the creative environment of a maker space. -- Transform ideas into art or new business ventures or inventions -- A hub for artisans where creativity flows -- Small-scale industrial manufacturing and equipment for production -- Gathering spaces and workshops to foster organic support networks -- A public access point to high-seed internet in Montgomery and surrounding communities GRID services include Co-Working and Makers space, where members can develop skills in a variety of creative endeavors and network with other founders; have access to tools, equipment, machines, technology, and experienced mentors and coaches to help you gain knowledge; utilize dedicated office, lab, and studio space you need to move forward in your business or creative life. The possibilities are endless!
  • Broward County Office of Economic and Small Business Development
  • Business Ownership Initiative
  • Capitol City CDC
  • Catholic Charities USA
  • Center for Advanced Professional Studies (CAPS), Blue Valley School District
    CAPS represents the collaboration of education, business and community, providing students with a unique, immersive experience, resulting in highly skilled, adaptable, global innovators and leaders. Please visit our website to learn more.
  • Center for Technology & Business
    The mission of the Center for Technology and Business is to create an entrepreneurial environment, inspire innovation, and develop business leaders throughout North Dakota.
  • Chelmsford High School
  • Cherokee Office Of Economic Development
    To create a culture of entrepreneurship in Cherokee County through our Fresh Start Cherokee program. We are building educational programs and events that help entrepreneurs dig, grind, and hatch their startups close to home.
  • City of Hollywood
    Hollywood is the 3rd largest city in Broward County and is strategically located on the South Florida coast between Fort Lauderdale and Miami. Hollywood is adjacent to the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport and is the primary home to Port Everglades. In addition to its proximity to I-95 and the Florida Turnpike, Hollywood is home to two Commerce/ Industrial Parks and has a growing niche in Professional Services and Health Care. There is over $1.45 billion in real estate development planned or under construction throughout the city with key commercial corridors offering additional redevelopment opportunities. Downtown Hollywood is easily accessible to South Florida’s major cities and will offer new convenient connections through the planned Tri- Rail Coastal Link commuter rail service creating an ideal environment for mixed-use, transit-oriented projects that provide the urban lifestyle many are seeking. Entrepreneurial ventures and start-ups are significant sources of future growth. The City is now offering programs in entrepreneurship development through its new affiliation with Kauffman FastTrac®. Kauffman FastTrac® equips aspiring entrepreneurs with the business skills and insights, tools, resources, and peer networks necessary to start and grow successful businesses.
  • City of Spartanburg
  • Cohabitat Foundation
  • College of Lake County
    CLC Mission: The College of Lake County is a comprehensive community college that delivers high quality, accessible learning opportunities to advance student success and strengthen the diverse communities we serve. SBDC/ITC Mission: Whether starting a new business, positioning a company for growth or seeking to expand globally, the Illinois Small Business Development & International Trade Center (SBDC/ITC) provides clients with confidential one-on-one business advising and a variety of business training programs.
  • Columbia College
    Our goal is to build the entrepreneurial spirit and awareness of startup processes. We focus on successful design and planning so that initial ideas get off the ground with a strong business plan and market research. We also focus on mentoring and network building.
  • Community College of Baltimore County
    The Community College of Baltimore County transforms lives by providing an accessible, affordable, and high-quality education that prepares students for transfer and career success, strengthens the regional workforce, and enriches our community.
  • Curiosity Lab at Peachtree Corners
  • Customer-Centered Business Model Academy
    An idea to business accelerator for entrepreneurs seeking to innovate and make a significant positive impact on the lives of people in black communities across the USA.
  • Delaware Technical Community College
    Are you considering increasing your job skills and knowledge to make advances in your career? The training opportunities offered at Delaware Tech through the Workforce Development and Community Education Division are designed for those who want to upgrade their skills or change their career path altogether. Our professional development programs can range from attendance at a workshop, a course, a series of courses, or a certificate program. Establish a plan through continuing education to successfully land a higher paying job or one that you simply enjoy more. Delaware Tech is aware of business and industry leaders’ educational demands and offers courses to meet the ever-changing and increasing technology learning needs for people in the workforce. From computers and health care to the ever-growing training demands of sustainable and renewable energy, our courses give you the tools to achieve your goals.
  • DESA
  • Domi Education, Inc.
    Domi is a non-profit startup incubator and coworking space. We offer programs, resources, and events that help entrepreneurs start and scale sustainable companies. Our regional network enables us to match our members to seasoned mentors, investors, and industry advisors.
  • Don Ryan Center for Innovation
    The Don Ryan Center focuses on creating a vibrant entrepreneurial business climate within the region through economic development emphasizing organic, sustainable growth. Our goal is to enhance the economic vitality, diversity, and dynamism of the region.
  • Dorcas Ministries
    Dorcas Ministries provides crisis relief to area residents who seek stability and self-sufficiency through food and financial assistance, scholarships, training programs, referrals and an affordable thrift shop. Our focus area is Cary and Morrisville. For those outside our region we can provide referral services.Dorcas Ministries is proud to be able to serve the community through its various outreach ministries. With the membership in various organizations, Dorcas is able to receive the support it needs to continue its mission of helping those in need.
  • Economic & Community Development Institute (ECDI) / Women's Business Center (WBC)
    The Economic & Community Development Institute is a Columbus, Ohio-based 501(c)(3) non-profit economic development organization founded in 2004. As the third largest US SBA intermediary micro-lender and a U.S. Treasury designated Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI), ECDI's mission is to invest in people to create measurable and enduring social and economic change. Since 2004, ECDI has assisted over 13,000 individuals, disbursed over $45 million through over 2,100 loans, and created and retained over 7,500 jobs via our comprehensive suite of programs available through our offices in Columbus, Cleveland, and Akron, Ohio. Our programs and services have been supported by over $69 million in federal, state, local and private funds, and have proven to spur local economic development. How do we do this? We invest, educate, and innovate with the businesses and people who are inspired and who inspire us.
  • Entrepreneur Advertising Group (EAG)
  • Entrepreneur Business Basics
    We train and equip low-to-moderate income African American Entrepreneurs utilizing a blended format of Kauffman FastTrac to target the specific business needs of their community.
  • Entrepreneurs' Connection - Reading, Pennsylvania
    Entrepreneurs’ Connection seeks to benefically contribute to the growth and prosperity of its members and the communities where they live and work.
  • Florida Institute of Technology, weVENTURE
    weVENTURE (formerly the Women's Business Center), launched in 2007 at Florida Institute of Technology, accelerates growth for entrepreneurs by providing customized coaching, business education, mentorship and networking programs. weVENTURE has two Central Florida locations (Melbourne and Rockledge) and is funded in part through a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration. For more information, or to register for weVENTURE courses and mentorship programs visit or call 321-674-7007.
  • Four Athens
    Four Athens was founded in 2011, and became a non-profit organization in 2014 to support the entrepreneurial ecosystem in Athens. We support this mission through our Four Pillars: Talent, Education, Community, and High growth resources.
  • GaiaWrx
    GaiaWrx uses a human-centered approach to help people build successful lives, viable businesses, and thriving communities. We work with individuals one-on-one and in groups, with entrepreneurs and small business owners, and with community organizations. We are passionate believers that everyone has a contribution to make and are driven to help people explore and express their passion. We work with humans to create strong leaders, viable businesses, and thriving communities.
  • Gateway Technical College
  • GO Topeka
  • Grace College
  • Great Plains Technology Center - Economic Development Center
    The Economic Development Center (EDC) is a business consulting and training resource staffed by professionals who are ready to roll up their sleeves and find innovative and pragmatic solutions to your business challenges. Our Staff will work with your business to enhance your bottom line at minimal cost.
  • Grind + Growth
    To increase economic development by delivering experience based entrepreneurship training's, classes and resources to all minority residents in the St. Louis region and beyond.
  • Groundswell Startups
    Groundswell Startups is a business incubator and coworking space devoted to building an environment that fosters innovation and empowers high-growth startups in the Space Coast. High-tech startups in the Groundswell network leverage a wealth of resources including a robust mentor community, networking opportunities and tailored programming. We’re growing a community and culture where seasoned experts, aspiring entrepreneurs and established organizations all play a part in contributing to startup success.
  • Growth Quest
  • Hallandale Beach Community Redevelopment Agency
    The mission of the Hallandale Beach CRA is to promote economic development and enhance quality of life by eliminating and preventing blighted conditions through the facilitation of community partnerships, business growth, job creation, and neighborhood rehabilitation.
  • Herzing University
    Career-focused, Convenient, and Caring - These ideals define a Herzing University education. At Herzing, you are offered personalization and support to help you earn your degree and advance your career. Our innovative career programs provide flexible learning options and convenient scheduling for busy students with 9 campuses across 7 states, as well as online programs. We have a variety of academic programs to meet your needs wherever you are in life, including undergraduate, graduate, and online programs. Herzing has built a supportive community of faculty, staff, and fellow learners. Founded in 1965 by Henry and Suzanne Herzing, the family legacy continues with their daughter, Renée Herzing, as Herzing University's president. A private, nonprofit institution, Herzing University is once again recognized by U.S. News & World Report as one of the “Best Online Bachelor’s Degree Programs” for the seventh consecutive year. Moving forward, Herzing University will remain focused on providing you with a caring learning environment that fosters long-term career success. Discover for yourself why students choose Herzing University every year.
  • Hispanic Economic Development Corporation
    The Hispanic Economic Development Corporation is dedicated to improving the lives of Latinos within the greater Kansas City area. HEDC achieves this through business development and economic and community wealth creation initiatives.
  • Houston Baptist University, McNair Center for Entrepreneurship and Free Enterprise
    "Igniting Your Vision With Purpose."
  • Howard County Economic Development Authority (HCEDA)
    The Howard County Economic Development Authority (HCEDA) is here is to help businesses start and grow in Howard County! Our hands on approach and knowledgeable staff are able to help assist businesses of all types and sizes work through their challenges and expand to the next level. We think that Howard County is a great location for you business, but don’t just take our word for it! See what some of our local companies say about being in Howard County on the Testimonials Page!
  • Idaho Women's Business Center
    The mission of the Idaho WBC is to serve all women, cultures and communities in achieving their educational, professional and entrepreneurial goals. We believe in the potential of women, minorities, immigrants and families and choose to educate, train and help them obtain successful business ownership and employment.
  • Indie Cottage Marketplace
    Here at Indie Cottage Marketplace, we offer collaborative learning, post completion resources, and an on-going entrepreneur program where small business owners come together in support of one another.
  • Inland Empire Women's Business Center
    The IEWBC mission is to counsel, teach, encourage and inspire women business owners at every stage of development and expansion.
  • International Strategic Management
    Supporting organizations support entrepreneurs to launch and grow business.
  • Iowa Western Small Business Development Center
  • Ivy Tech Community College
    We are Ivy Tech, Indiana’s Community College. We serve the people of our state through accessible and affordable world-class education and adaptive learning. We empower our students to achieve their career and transfer aspirations. We embrace our vision of economic transformation inspired by the education and earnings attainment of our citizens, the vitality of our workforce, and the prosperity of our unique and diverse communities.
  • Ivy Tech Community College - Bloomington
  • Ivy Tech Community College - Muncie
  • Jamestown Community College
    Founded in 1950, Jamestown Community College was the first community college certified in the State University of New York system. JCC offers courses on the Jamestown Campus in Jamestown, NY, and Cattaraugus County Campus in Olean, NY. JCC also offers courses at the North County Center in Dunkirk, NY. JCC is a comprehensive, regional, open access, student-centered institution that embraces academic excellence and meets the service area's learning needs in diverse ways. JCC programming includes liberal arts transfer degree programs, career programs, community service, developmental education, and business and industry training. The college's partnership with the greater community contributes to the social and intellectual improvement, economic development, and cultural enrichment of western New York.
  • JAX Chamber
    We're dedicated to driving quality economic growth in Northeast Florida to make this region the best place to work, live and play. #ilovejax
  • JW Ribbron Consultant
  • KDDK Legacy Group LLC
    Who We Are KDDK Legacy Group LLC, headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio is a Business-to-Business advisory group. Our team focuses on helping small to mid-sized firms develop effective strategies to grow their businesses to the next level. What Do We
  • KnowledgeWell Inc.
  • Knoxville Entrepreneur Center
  • Launch Lenawee at the Adrian Armory
    Launch Lenawee is affiliated with the Lauch My City affiliated organization, This is a local, grass roots effort by volunteers focused on providing fertile soil to grow entrepreneurship in our community. We reach out to everyone in our community, especially the under served; women and minorities. We partner with all other economic development entities on our region in a effort to provide support for our students. We provide mentoring, education, networking and micro-lending and access to community resources.
  • LEAPPAhead
  • LiftFund Women's Business Center
    The Dallas/Fort Worth LiftFund Women’s Business Center (WBC) is dedicated to supporting business owners, especially women and minorities, through business education and business consulting. Since 2018, the WBC has been serving the Dallas/Fort Worth small business community with consultations and trainings to entrepreneurs at all stages of their business. Whether you need a start-up business plan, or advice and seminars on business and market planning to grow your business, we are here for you. The WBC is a program of LiftFund, a non-profit small business lender, and a resource partner of the U.S. Small Business Administration. We provide innovative business support services like technical and soft skill trainings, accelerator programs, individual consultations, and strategic partnerships with other small business service providers. The LiftFund Women’s Business Center is funded in part by the US Small Business Administration’s Office of Women’s Business Ownership.
  • Logan Heights Community Development Corporation (CDC)
    To strengthen residents and businesses in Greater Logan Heights neighborhoods through community empowerment, education, economic growth, and housing development.
  • Louisiana Small Business Development Center
  • Louisiana Tech University Technology Business Development Center
    (TBDC) provides assistance to entrepreneurs that are investigating or pursuing business enterprises based on useful new technologies or unique applications of technology that have high growth potential and the ability to generate high quality employment opportunities. This can include a business that leases, sells, or licenses proprietary technology, manufactures a technology related product, or devotes a high percentage of financial effort to research and development. Services are also extended to non-technology businesses that provide training and services to technology businesses, expand to include a technology product or service, or incorporate a substantial technology component into their nontechnology service or product. TBDC services connect entrepreneurs with the information, assistance, and resources needed to begin and pursue development of their businesses.
    LSMB Business Solutions, LLC is your one-stop shop for putting your business and personal development ideas on paper, linking to invaluable resources and human resource assistance during the first five years of your business's life cycle or wherever you are in your self-improvement plan. We have a large, and growing, network of professionals just waiting to assist you. When you are ready to take it from an idea to your reality, let us empower you to go higher!
  • M.A.Curfman Learning & Consulting
    Success in any organization takes talent, teamwork, and intelligence! That’s what we preach-- and practice! We wholeheartedly embrace our mission as "success developers." Our whole firm is built around the single and simple principle of building and supporting organizations and teams to succeed.
  • Madisonville Hopkins County Economic Development Corporation
    The Madisonville-Hopkins County Economic Development Corporation nurtures the region's economic development by recruiting commercial enterprises that are new to the area, by strengthening our community's existing businesses and by supporting current and future entrepreneurs.
  • Make Do Creative: Entrepreneurship Education Training & Consulting
  • Mayo Clinic, Office of Entrepreneurship
    The mission of the Office of Entrepreneurship at Mayo Clinic is to stimulate a culture of life science entrepreneurship through education. The office provides Mayo Clinic staff members and students with entrepreneurship education, networking opportunities, and application support for their innovations.
  • Metropolitan State University of Denver
    Enhance Entrepreneurship in Denver, Colorado
  • Microbusiness Enterprise Corporation of Ascension
  • MidAmerica Nazarene University
    Our mission is to stimulate the establishment and growth of profit and nonprofit-based start-up companies, to increase the number of successful companies originating and developing in the area to enhance economic health and to generate increased and sustainable enrollments in the School of Business accelerated graduate and undergraduate adult programs. We help emerging entrepreneurs with a dream and companies to gain access to mentors, training, shared space, professional assistance, venture capital and other services that will move them onto the fast track to success. Our mission is to educate and inspire servant leaders and by fulfilling our mission, we contribute to fostering a Pioneering Spirit, a Passion to Serve, and model Purposeful Lives.
  • MIDLANDS TECHNICAL COLLEGE Center for Entrepreneurial Success
    Midlands Technical College is a comprehensive, multi-campus, two-year public college serving the primary region of Richland, Lexington and Fairfield counties of South Carolina. College programs and services provide accessible, affordable, quality educati
  • Mount Vernon SBDC
    We are a network of professional advisors providing insight and solutions for the development and growth toward the long-term success of businesses.
  • Mountain Association for Community Economic Development
  • Muncie Innovation Connector Inc.
    The Innovation Connector is a full service technology-based business incubator serving startups and early stage businesses in east central Indiana.
  • Nazarene Theological Seminary/Center for Pastoral Leadership
    The Mission of Nazarene Theological Seminary, a graduate school of theology in the Wesleyan-Holiness tradition, is to prepare women and men to be faithful and effective ministers of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, and to offer itself as a theological resource in service to the Church of the Nazarene, its sponsoring denomination, and the wider Christian Church. NTS is a missional seminary serving a missional church. The Center for Pastoral Leadership seeks to address the unique challenges faced by those in the pastorate and similar ministries. Our goal is to support and encourage pastors in ways that will enable them to flourish in a holistic way (vocationally, emotionally, spiritually, relationally), no matter what season of ministry they find themselves in. Being housed at NTS, the CPL hopes to specifically address the unique challenges that new clergy face. In sum, our goal is to help prepare and sustain men and women clergy for a lifetime of effective service to the Church.
  • Next Phase Management LLC
  • North Shore Business Alliance
    Organized in 2017, the North Shore Business Alliance is a collaboration of agencies and professional service providers with a special purpose: to help entrepreneurs better run and grow their small business. The NSBA is a 501 (C) 3 non-profit corporation funded by membership fees, grants and donations.
  • North Shore Community College
    North Shore Community College is a diverse, caring, inclusive community that inspires our students to become engaged citizens and to achieve their personal, academic, and career goals through accessible, affordable, rigorous educational opportunities that are aligned with our region’s workforce needs and will prepare them for life in a changing world.
  • Northern Kentucky University Small Business Development Center
  • Norwalk Community College
    A Working Lab for the New Entrepreneur Launch Your Own Business TODAY Begins 3/27/18, 12 Sessions, Tue/Thur, 6:00PM-9:00PM Tuition: $399 CRN 4848, PRFD D7000 Section 01 Instructor: Steve Mersereau , CPA and MBA If you want to launch a business, we have the course for you. This intense course is designed to help you research, test, prepare and launch an operating and or service business! It is not about theory, but rather the practical steps to making your ideas a reality. The course brings together successful entrepreneurs and experienced professionals to guide you through the do’s and don’ts of developing a sustainable business. They work with you in a step-by- step process using the proven FastTrac® program, which has been used to launch thousands of companies. Maybe yours is next. Discover the secrets to planning, launching and operating a successful business, while learning to avoid the all too common mistakes that cause business failure. You’ll examine personal goals, test business concepts, uncover market opportunities, refine your products or services, develop company brands, quantify financial goals, learn to manage business functions, and create a culture that attracts customers and employees. You’ll leave the course with a business plan, a powerful pitch and a clear vision of the road ahead. Join the other entrepreneurs and alumni who have taken this course to start, buy and grow businesses. Participants gain access to college resources, including the Makerspace, Computer Lab and the NCC Foundation, which have been instrumental in assisting new entrepreneurs. Seating is limited; register today. And get ready to launch. More information and initial registration or Contact Ms. Helen Boyke, 203.857.7233
  • NYC Department of Small Business Services (SBS)
    The NYC Department of Small Business Services (SBS) helps unlock economic potential and create economic security for all New Yorkers by connecting New Yorkers to good jobs, creating stronger businesses, and building thriving neighborhoods across the five boroughs.
  • Once We Were Refugees
    Once We Were Refugees begins with the premise that we all share common roots in the refugee/immigrant experience and that we do well to honor today's refugees with our love and our assistance. To this end we are organized to provide any and all aid we can in the pursuit of meaningful vocations for refugees. We intend to work together with any willing agencies and employers who support the employment of refugees.
  • P/Strada, LLC
    Established in 2001, P/Strada is a growth company providing the highest quality professional services in project management, acquisition management, staff augmentation, training, coaching, business and management consulting to our customers, partners and community. P/Strada has expertise in Federal, State and Local Government contracts.
  • PerformancePointe, Inc.
  • Pharr - San Juan - Alamo Independent School District
    Pharr-San Juan-Alamo Independent School District has rapidly become a state and national leader in creating more academic opportunities for all students. As a tri-city public school district offering a pre-kindergarten through twelfth-grade curriculum, PSJA caters to a 32,000 student body and is focused on graduating all students College Ready, College Connected and College Complete. PSJA ISD has been a model for dropout prevention strategies and working to connect all students to College. With a High School Completion Rate of almost 97 percent, PSJA ISD is leading the region, state and nation in the percent of students graduating from High School. PSJA also has a very successful Early College program, with approximately 3,500 High School students enrolled in College courses every semester through dual and concurrent enrollment programs. Some of PSJA’s most successful programs such as the Dual Language Program, Early College Initiative and Dropout Recovery Program have been highlighted for effectively closing the gap to post-secondary education. At PSJA ISD all students can: Earn College Credit, Graduate Bilingual and Biliterate, Be Part of Athletic Excellence and Renowned Fine Arts Programs. PSJA ISD is creating a entrepreneurship center and business incubator where we will service students, parents, and non - profit organizations who are planning to create and expand businesses to impact our region's economy.
  • Power Plant Business Incubator
    POWER PLANT MISSION: To provide a nurturing climate and a sustainable system that successfully attracts, grows and graduates early-stage companies with innovative ideas and scalable business models. POWER PLANT VISION: The Power Plant will embody and serve as the hub for entrepreneurial activity in the region. It will be a lead contributor to the job creation goals set forth by the City of Ocala, Marion County & the CEP.
  • Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy
    Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy’s Innovation and Entrepreneurship (IE) program fosters professional development through creative thinking and cultivation of an entrepreneurial spirit.
  • Renasant Center for IDEAs
  • Rheos Human Capital
    Rheos Human Capital is a new social enterprise that partners to design entrepreneurial programming and services that transform society for good. Rheos operates on the principle that entrepreneurship and entrepreneurial thinking have tremendous potential to improve the human condition and the societies in which we live. We utilize design-thinking, asset-based approaches, and creative thinking to deliver powerful and unique strategies for success. Our first core program for the local community is Kauffman FastTrac.
  • RMOA Business Institute (RBI)
    The RMOA Business Association (RBA) established the RMOA Business Institute (RBI),, for military veterans and non-veterans seeking to become entrepreneurs. The knowledge, skills, and leadership abilities acquired during military service or while employed by other companies help enrollees to become successful entrepreneurs. Most RBA members are military veterans who parlayed their military service into prosperous companies. RBI’s comprehensive program features (1) Online curriculums; (2) instruction and mentoring by veterans and others who are operating successful businesses; (3) internship; (4) an incubation phase to help launch new businesses; (5) a Certificate of Completion; and (6) technical assistance that continues after graduation. RBI uses the Kaufman Foundation Entrepreneurial curriculum and is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. RBI is a unique and value-added program because it provides experience-based and personalized entrepreneurial training. The courses are taught and managed by military veterans and non-veterans who became successful entrepreneurs. Executives of thriving small businesses review business plans crafted by RBI Fellows and provide advice based on their experience. RBI also helps Fellows (students) to navigate the filings, certifications, and preparations required to launch a new business. RBA members who serve as RBI Advisors/Mentors function as role models and confidantes; provide guidance, advice, and encouragement; impart technical knowledge and other expertise; collect data; and refer Fellows to supportive services as required.
  • Saint Joseph's University
  • SLING Health @ University of Florida College of Medicine
  • Small Business Development Center - Louisville
  • Southwest Florida Enterprise Center
    The mission of the Southwest Florida Enterprise Center is to be a learning laboratory for entrepreneurial enterprises and to provide assistance and support to the entrepreneur so that he or she may realize the full potential of their enterprise and of themselves as business owners and managers.
  • Startup Life Support
  • StartupSac
    Our mission is to accelerate Sacramento’s startup and innovation ecosystem by informing, educating, empowering, and connecting its startup founders and innovators
  • Stonecipher School of Business - East Central University
  • Strategem LLC
  • SWCAP Jobs & Business Development
    SWCAP Jobs & Business Development (JBD) offers a variety of professional services suited to the individual needs of new and expanding businesses for the purposes of job creation and increased business success. We offer personalized business coaching along with all phases of your business plan development, micro loans up to $15,000 to qualifying new businesses and expansions in Iowa, Grant, Green, Lafayette, and Richland County Wisconsin.
  • SWLA Alliance SEED Center Business Incubator
    Business Incubator
  • TEDC Creative Capital
    Tulsa Economic Development Corporation (TEDC) is a catalyst leader for economic growth in the Tulsa region and beyond. We facilitate activities that benefit under-resourced businesses and communities, addressing needs left unmet by the private sector. Our primary focus is to incentivize economic growth through our Creative Capital brand of progressive lending and learning programs. Special consideration is given to companies that employ lower income individuals, to those located in under-served communities, as well as to those whose owners have faced longstanding barriers to economic opportunity.
  • The Biz Foundry
    We are a entrepreneur center for the Upper Cumberland region of Tennessee. Our goal is to provide the resources need to be successful. We provide networking, mentors, workshops, boot-camps, and help with access to capital.
  • The Dallas Entrepreneur Center- RedBird EC
  • The Edge
  • The Helius Foundation
    The Helius Foundation provides coaching and training for small businesses. We believe everyone should have the capability to earn a living for themselves and their families, with dignity, in the face of racial, educational or financial inequality.
  • The Law Office of Jessica Vittorio, PLLC
  • The Urban Entrepreneur Center
    The Mission is to provide an entrepreneur training facility that supports the professional growth, development, mentorship, and ongoing educational needs of aspiring entrepreneurs, startups, and existing small business professionals.
  • The Vault Foundation
    The Vault is the axis where a hybrid of Art, Wealth, Entrepreneurship and Wellness intersect to build a well world; one community at a time.
  • THRIVE/CareerSource Suncoast
    THRIVE is a business accelerator serving the Suncoast of Florida. (Sarasota & Manatee counties) We are here to support the regional entrepreneurial community with flexible and affordable workspace, tech-centric tools, and skill development resources.
  • TransCheck Capital
  • Transformation GEMS Women Entrepreneur Empowerment Training
    Transformation GEMS for Women, 18 and Above (Gifted Entrepreneurs with Millionaire Status) The model is created to build a strategic legacy in families and the community for multiple generations. The framework is a bridge for decreasing the gap and eliminating the barriers for the church, government and community resources. The outcome delivers a culture that understands and respects the values and differences of individual ideologies. My goal is to create a global movement across communities by developing champions within each and every community who is compelled to identify the needs and implement the resources to deliver a Our Mission is to develop, educate, empower and support women entrepreneurs to start and grow businesses in their communities to make an impact while giving back, creating jobs and building legacies.
  • UMKC Small Business & Technology Development Center
    UMKC’s Small Business & Technology Development Center is Kansas City’s leading resource for growing and developing businesses. Experienced and dedicated staff provide small businesses and technology venture firms with analysis, training, and guidance.
  • UNI Center for Business Growth and Innovation
    The Center for Business Growth and Innovation’s team philosophy is to listen to the entrepreneurial community, imagine what we can do to fill gaps in their needs; then create shareable and collaboratively driven solutions leveraging our technology and university assets. Annually, we evaluate how we’ve done and strive to scale those resources that are effective to maximize economic impact for Iowa entrepreneurs.
  • Univ of Texas at Tyler - Entrepreneurship and Innovation Institute
    The Entrepreneurship and Innovation Institute serves as the focal point of entrepreneurship education, research and outreach within the Soules College of Business & Technology, across the University and in the business community. Addressing all aspects of entrepreneurship, the Institute supports all disciplines at UT Tyler as well as entrepreneurs and innovators outside the university by providing the programs and business expertise necessary to bring product ideas and businesses to market and grow existing businesses.
  • University of Southern Indiana
  • University of Texas Rio Grande Valley Entrepreneurhsip and Commercialization Center
  • Urban League of Louisiana
  • Urban Strategies (US), LLC d/b/a Sector Management Consulting Group
  • Urban Youth Impact
  • Venture Access, Inc.
    Venture Access in an Entrepreneur Support Organization serving Northeastern Maryland. Our vibrant startup ecosystem helps entrepreneurs make sound decisions as they evaluate their ideas, form companies, launch and grow. By partnering with the Northeastern Maryland Technology Council (NMTC), the Maryland Technology Development Corporation (TEDCO), local Economic Development agencies, and nearby colleges and universities, Venture Access bridges the unique challenges facing rural startups and helps them connect with the support and resources they need.
  • Venture Quest Global, LLC
    Venture Quest Global is a Veteran-owned firm that provides guidance and resources for Entrepreneurs and Business Owners to help them start and grow profitable and sustainable companies on a global basis using its proprietary 3-2-1- Launch Process(C).
  • Wake Technical Community College
    Wake Tech is the largest community college in the 58 campus North Carolina Community College System. Wake Tech Entrepreneurship Initiatives provides intensive courses, programs, projects that help small business owners and entrepreneurs successfully start and grown small businesses.
  • Walton Area Chamber of Commerce
    Accelerate is an immersive course designed to provide information, tips. exercises and tools to help you think about your business idea, develop a complete business plan or provide help in growing your existing business using the Kauffman FastTrac program.
  • Welcoming Center for New Pennsylvanians
  • Wenatchee Valley College Center for Entrepreneurship
    The Center for Entrepreneurship at Wenatchee Valley College assists existing and future entrepreneurs by providing a one-stop access point for regional resources designed to help you start and grow your business in North Central Washington. Through our network, we offer: Entrepreneurial Support -Starting and growing a business requires deep support. The Center for Entrepreneurship provides networking, mentoring, education, business plan development, workshops, and connections to other entrepreneurs. You focus on building your business, and we’ll provide the support to get you where you’re going. Customized Training - Do you need to train new employees or upgrade the skills of existing employees? Whether you are a large business, a small business, or starting your own business, we have a growing list of training courses designed to be customized to meet your business goals. Training Grants - Training grants may be available for businesses with multiple employees that need upgraded or enhanced skills. The expected result after training is that these employees will be eligible for increased wages and/or promotions. Contact the Center for Entrepreneurship to learn if your business is eligible. Economic Gardening© - The Center for Entrepreneurship is your connection to the Washington State Economic Gardening© program. EG supports existing companies in North Central Washington and facilitates growth into outside markets by assisting with strategic issues and providing access to sophisticated research tools. Second-stage companies benefit the most from an EG experience: They typically have 10 to 99 employees and generate about $1 million to $50 million in annual revenue, depending on their industry. Contact the Center for Entrepreneurship to determine if your business qualifies for these resources. Self-Employment Assistance Program (SEAP) - The SEAP Program is a partnership between WVC's Center for Entrepreneurship and Small Business Development Centers (SBDCs). This program provides guidance and resources to unemployed individuals interested in launching a business.
    WESST is a home for entrepreneurs, founded 29 years ago by women for women. As a non-profit, we offer consulting, training, and lending to anyone with the passion to start or grow a business. Our committed team nurtures thousands of clients each year to help them build strong and sustainable businesses that support their families and communities throughout New Mexico.
  • West Des Moines Business Incubator
  • Western Dairyland EOC Inc
    The Western Dairyland Business Centers provides assistance to individuals interested in starting, expanding or improving small businesses primarily in Barron, Buffalo, Chippewa, Dunn, Eau Claire, Jackson, Pepin, Pierce, Polk, St. Croix and Trempealeau counties. The Business Centers' services are designed to provide entrepreneurs with access to individualized as well as group business training, referrals, financing, technology, and ongoing business case management services. Assistance is provided at various locations throughout the service area as well as on-site. Owners of start-up, existing, and expanding businesses receive technical assistance in all aspects of business operation including business plan development, feasibility studies, marketing assistance, business management, and operations.
  • Women's Business Center of Southern Arizona
  • Women's Business Center of Utah
    The Women's Business Center of Utah helps women build confidence, create opportunities and experience success in small business ownership.
  • Women's Business Development Center
  • Women's Business Enterprise Center East
  • Women's Center for Entrepreneurship Corp. (WCEC)
    Our mission as a nonprofit is to provide the tools for women to successfully own, operate and grow their small businesses, thereby investing financially, intellectually and emotionally in their community.
  • Wright Venture Services
    We support entrepreneurs and existing business owners start and grow their business. We primarily offer a Virtual FastTrac Course. For a free assessment you can email us to discover when our next course starts.
    We exist to help entrepreneurs connect the dots to find the resources they need no matter what stage of business they are in.
  • Wyoming County Business Center, Inc.
    The Wyoming County Business Center, Inc., a Local Development Corp., encourages new business startups and promotes business growth and retention by providing resources such as low cost financing, entrepreneurship training, and technical assistance.