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Assistance for Small Businesses - Web Resources

 

Note about Assistance for Small Businesses

Contrary to popular belief, cash grants for businesses are virtually nonexistent. There are rare instances where a cash grant has been given for some highly specialized type of business or for some unusual situation, but for the great majority of business situations, there are no cash grants.

There are many government grants designed to assist business, but these usually don’t go directly to the business. Instead, they go to agencies and organizations that perform some service for business or benefit business in some way. The Small Business Development Centers throughout the United States operate partly on a grant from the federal government.

Assistance for Small Businesses - Local Resources

  • TCCL Business Center
    The site is developed and maintained by a team of librarians to provide detailed access to a premier public library collection of online and print business resources. In addition, we support the business community by offering database classes, programs and literature on timely topics of interest.
    Ph. 918-549-7323
  • American Indian Chamber of Commerce of Oklahoma
    The purpose of the American Indian Chamber of Commerce of Oklahoma (AICCO) is to
    assist American Indian businesses to expand and grow their business.
    Ph. 800-652-4226
  • CareerTech – Oklahoma Bid Assistance Network (OBAN)
    The Oklahoma Bid Assistance Network provides marketing and technical assistance to Oklahoma businesses interested in selling products and services to federal, state and local governments and other highly structured markets. The primary purpose of OBAN is to create jobs and expand the economy in Oklahoma by providing specific, valuable resources to Oklahoma businesses.
    Ph. 405-377-2000
  • City of Tulsa – BRIDGE: Building Resources in Developing and Growing Enterprises Program
    Certified businesses enjoy benefits that help them build business capacity, navigate the world of business, and network with other businesses.
    Ph. 918-596-7818
  • Indo-American Chamber of Commerce of Oklahoma
    Indo-American Chamber of Commerce of Oklahoma (IACCO)'s main purpose is to build business partnerships between India and America.
  • OK Start Up
    "Whether you're still in the daydreaming mode or already have a fledgling business under way, OKStartup.com is your one-stop resource for entrepreneurial assistance. You can sort out business licensing issues, register your business, find service providers, explore financing options, and more."
  • Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology (OCAST)
    The Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology (OCAST) fosters innovation in existing and developing businesses, helps Oklahomans develop the products, technology and treatments of tomorrow and moves those high-potential research projects into the marketplace.
  • Oklahoma Department of Commerce - Financing Resources
    Provides information for new and existing businesses including economic incentives when available.
  • Oklahoma Native American Business Development Center (ONABDC)
    Provides business assistance free of charge to Native American and other minority owned companies for the entire state of Oklahoma.
  • Oklahoma Small Business Development Center (OSBDC)
    OSBDC provides information for individuals starting or expanding businesses including information about SBA loan programs.
  • Tulsa Business Assistance Center
    Provides a ssistance with starting and planning a new or existing business, including advice on employee training, marketing, and manufacturing a product.
  • Tulsa Economic Development Corporation
    Assists small businesses in Oklahoma through non-traditional lending programs that help entrepreneurs start or expand a company.
  • Tulsa Metro Chamber of Commerce
    The Tulsa Metro Chamber is the principal business-driven leadership organization improving the quality of community life through the development of regional economic prosperity.
  • Tulsa Score
    A non-profit national organization of retired business people whose members work with people who want to start a business, expand an existing business, buy or sell an existing business, or analyze an existing business.
 
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