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Integration Institute: Business Resource Center

Business Resource Center

The sections below offer links to state, local and national resources and information for both immigrant entrepreneurs and financial partners and lenders. The majority of the business development services provided by state and local government as well as nonprofit organizations are free of charge, and many target the needs of small and minority-owned businesses. Many community-based organizations, including ethnic minority organizations and community development corporations, also offer English language classes, skills training, career advising, and business development consulting. Ethnic and neighborhood business associations and chambers of commerce can also provide members with a source of local and regional business information, technical assistance, peer support, advocacy, and marketing opportunities.

For Immigrant Entrepreneurs

Business Development Information and Assistance

Information and Resources for Access to Capital

Banking and Financial Literacy Information

For Financial Partners and Lenders

Regional and Ethnic/Minority Business Associations