Whether a business is in the new venture phase or already existing, owners may have questions regarding key issues such as how to register the business name or obtain financing. Additionally, they may want to learn more about certifications or gather information for a marketing plan. Provided below are links to a wealth of information for new venture and existing businesses.
Find answers to the most commonly asked questions regarding small business new venture operation.
Michigan's premier government online service dedicated to the successful operation of new and existing businesses.
Obtain information for minority, women and persons with disabilities business certifications.
Information regarding education benefits for entrepreneurship training.
Accelerating Michigan Entrepreneurs (AME) is dedicated to building successful entrepreneurs in Michigan. AME will help business owners set strategic direction, develop leadership skills, round out their teams, and establish relationships with other companies.
Find information on a wide variety of business taxation topics.
Find information regarding the State of Michigan required workplace posters.
The underlying success for your business is information including the size and characteristics of your industry, the marketplace, competition, foreign trade, and customer demographics. In addition to local resources, the MI-SBTDC statewide network provides a full range of information services through the Seidman College of Business.
One of the most comprehensive business support networks in Michigan dedicated to sharing knowledge, expertise, and opportunities within the West Michigan business community and beyond.
Identify new markets, develop products, make critical "go, no-go decisions" in business start-up, product development, business concepts, strategic planning, market research, and many other areas.
Review the numerous informational web sites dedicated to assist potential entrepreneurs and existing entrepreneurs.
Helps small businesses understand their legal requirements, and locate government services supporting the nation's small business community. Business.gov is an official site of the U.S. Government.