Small business owners in Sacramento have a wide range of resources available to them that can help their businesses grow and succeed.
From networking opportunities to professional development workshops, there are many benefits for those who take advantage of local business resources.
By connecting with other local entrepreneurs, small business owners can learn from the experiences of others and gain valuable insight into how to make their own ventures successful.
Professional development workshops provide an opportunity for entrepreneurs to hone their existing skills or acquire new ones necessary for success in today's competitive marketplace.
By taking advantage of tax incentives and other financial assistance programs offered through local organizations, small businesses can save money on operational costs while still providing quality products and services to their customers.
Taking advantage of these resources allows small business owners to maximize the potential growth and profitability of their ventures while also reducing the risk associated with entrepreneurship.
- Free Money For Businesses - Employee Retention Tax Credits (ERTC)
- California Capital Financial Development Corporation
- Greater Sacramento Certified Development Corporation (GSCDC)
- CDC Small Business Finance
- Rural Development at the U.S. Department of Agriculture
- GoGreen Financing
- Governor's Office of Business and Economic Development
- SBA - US Small Business Administration
- Sacramento Valley Small Business Development Center (SBDC)
- Sacramento State University Center for Small Businesses
- SCORE Business Assistance
- Los Rios Community College District
- Sacramento Municipal Utility District
- Sacramento Employment and Training Agency (SETA)
Chambers Of Commerce
- Sacramento Asian Pacific Chamber of Commerce
- Sacramento Black Chamber of Commerce
- Sacramento Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce
- Sacramento Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
- Sacramento Rainbow Chamber of Commerce
- Sacramento Slavic-American Chamber of Commerce
List Of Resources: CityOfSacramento.org