Since the TED Center 's inception, it has been our personal goal to provide all of the services required for any business to succeed. Whether you're a one man operation or a corporation, we provide only the highest quality services at a fraction of the cost. Being a non-profit, we are able to pay for our services via other business ventures, leaving only a certain percentage to be paid by you
The SME Toolkit offers software, business forms, training, and more to help small businesses in emerging markets grow and succeed. It’s free and easy to use. Just search or browse the categories for the information you need.
Business.gov provides guides and resources that help small businesses comply with Federal, state and local government regulations and business laws.
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Website featuring articles related to starting and growing a business.
The Greater Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce is over 1200 businesses and professional firms working together to make the Delray Beach area a better place to live.
Florida Small Business offers no-nonsense, get-to-the-point articles, full of how-to directions, sound ideas and small business success stories to help small businesses operate effectively and profitably.
Networking events that take place throughout Florida.
The Business Partner Roundtable (BPR) is a collaboration of organizations dedicated to sharing information about business services and opportunities available to small businesses throughout Palm Beach County.
The purpose of the Small Business Program is to serve the public interest by spurring economic development through encouraging small businesses to locate and remain in Palm Beach County, especially in the City of West Palm Beach.
Businesswomen in Southwest Florida have a powerful ally now with the recent establishment of a local branch of the Florida Women's Business Center in Fort Myers. It is located in the Southwest Florida Enterprise Center (SWFEC), which is located close to downtown Fort Myers and Interstate 75. The SWFEC recognized that the FWBC services aligned well with its own and generously donated office space. Local businesswomen, Deborah Shane is the Business Development Manager for the Ft. Myers branch. Her role is to provide a combination of small business training, one-on-one counseling and outreach/marketing of the program.
There are more opportunities than ever for individuals with disabilities to start their own businesses. Those who are deaf, blind, paralyzed or dealing with intellectual disabilities can reach out to government programs, support nonprofits and organizations, scholarship and grant foundations and more. These programs boost the likelihood of success, and give people with a disability and a plan the start they need.