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Free resources that can help you realize your dream

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Access resources both recommended and provided by us. Featuring the most crucial steps when starting a business and links to beneficial external resources.

U.S. Small Business Administration

The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) is a government agency that was created to support and promote the growth of small businesses in the United States. The SBA provides a range of services, including access to capital, business counseling, and training programs, as well as government contracting opportunities. The agency works to help small businesses start, grow, and succeed, and is an important resource for entrepreneurs and small business owners looking to navigate the complexities of starting and running a business.


SCORE is a nonprofit organization that provides free business mentoring services to entrepreneurs and small business owners in the United States. Originally known as the Service Corps of Retired Executives, SCORE was founded in 1964 and is now comprised of a network of over 10,000 volunteers who have experience in a variety of industries and business functions. SCORE volunteers offer expertise in areas such as finance, marketing, and business planning, and provide one-on-one mentoring as well as workshops and webinars. The organization is funded by the U.S. Small Business Administration and other partners, and has helped millions of small businesses start, grow, and succeed over the past several decades.


Wharton is the “Start Here” button for entrepreneurship. 
Wharton resources, research, and network fuel innovation, spark ideas, and build businesses from startup to global scale.

Columbia Business School

Extensive resources for new entrepreneurs, sorted into: Legal, Fundraising, etc.

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