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Small Business Resources
Miami is home to an office of the US Small Business Administration. The SBA offers information on small business loans, grants, bonds and other financial assistance. While SBA does not make loans directly, you can find a local lender who can help you with your loan application. You may also speak directly with a local SBA representative by calling 305-536-5521.
The Florida Small Business Development Center Network has over 35 years of experience helping businesses start, grow and succeed. Florida SBDCs have assisted hundreds of thousands of potential and existing business owners by providing the management advice, training and information needed to make sound business decisions in a complex and ever-changing marketplace. With partners ranging from institutions of higher learning to federal, state and local governments to private organizations, and funding from the U.S. Small Business Administration, Florida SBDCs offer this business management and technical assistance at little or no cost.
SCORE is a partner of the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) and is staffed by over 12,400 volunteers who counsel business people from over 400 chapters throughout the United States. SCORE counseling can help you start, grow and manage your business.
The Department of Procurement Management is the primary agency charged with buying goods and services for the County. The Agency is working to make doing business with the County easier than ever. They have streamlined operations, simplified procedures and documentation, and brought in some of the best purchasing professionals available. Learn how to register and enroll as an eligible vendor with Miami-Dade County.
Get certified as a small business through the Miami-Dade Department of Regulatory and Economic Resources. Certification is the gateway to opportunities through the County's Community Business Enterprise (CBE), Community Small Business Enterprise (CSBE), and more.
NANA was established in 1995 to help small "mom & pop" businesses in Miami-Dade County. Beyond administering Miami-Dade County's Small Business ("Mom & Pop") annual grant, NANA offers assistance to small businesses year-round.Back to Top Page Last Edited: Mon Apr 13, 2015 11:07:24 AM
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