Below is a list of resources to websites with information on how to start, manage, or expand your business. Please note that this information is available for your use, but does not substitute for expert and professional consultations. Please see our Chamber Directory for professional services.
|America’s Small Business Development Center Network assists entrepreneurs with business start ups, and help existing businesses to remain competitive. For local assistance contact Arturo Gonzalez.of%20Commerce">Arturo|
|The Brownsville Economic Development Council (BEDC) offers information essential to relocating, starting and a expanding a business to Brownsville, Texas.|
|The City of Brownsville website provides useful information about city government, permits, public transportation, and relevant city departments.
|Whether you are starting a business or already have a business, in the Texas Secretary of State Office Corporations Section you will find important information about selecting a business structure, name availability, trademarks, and much more.|
|The U.S. Small Business Administration provides services to small business such as loans, counseling sessions and other forms of assistance.|
|BusinessUSA is a centralized, one-stop platform to help businesses access government services, rule and regulations from various government agencies. Resources include how to start and grow a business, access to financing, explore exporting, taxes, and credits, etc.|
|SCORE is a nonprofit association dedicated to helping small businesses get off the ground, grow and achieve their goals through education and mentorship.|
|The Texas Southmost College (TSC) Department of Workforce Training and Continuing Education provides high quality and affordable training to meet the growing demands of a challenging workforce in areas such as: business, languages, technology, public safety and health.|
|The University of Texas at Brownsville (UTB), Entrepreneurship and Commercialization Center (ECC) assists entrepreneurs to develop and expand their business through education. The ECC serves as a real life entrepreneurial laboratory for the University and the community.|
|Workforce Solutions Cameron provides a mix of services to employers designed to meet their workforce expansion and retraining needs. It also connects employers with qualified job seekers, and offers child care delivery services for parents striving to become self-sufficient.|
Information found therein is at the discretion of each web organization and is not necessarily endorsed by the Brownsville Chamber of Commerce.