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D&B Data Universal Numbering System (D-U-N-S) Number
Register to get your DUNS number.  Also, get the critical information you need to grow your business.
http://www.dnb.com

Internal Revenue Service (IRS)
Find out all of the latest tax laws here.  Also, find all of the necessary tax forms for your organization and yourself.
http://www.irs.gov

Score Association (Service Corps of Retired Executives)
The SCORE Association is a nonprofit association dedicated to entrepreneur education and the formation, growth and success of small business nationwide. SCORE is a resource partner with the Small Business Administration (SBA). SCORE Association volunteers serve as "Counselors to America's Small Business." Working and retired executives and business owners donate their time and expertise as volunteer business counselors and provide confidential counseling and mentoring free of charge.
http://www.score.org/
Score Office
Asheboro
Asheville
Chapel Hill
Charlotte
Durham
Greensboro
Hendersonville
High Point
Kill Devil Hills
Morehead City
New Bern
Raleigh
Southern Pines
Wilmington
Phone
336-626-2626
828-271-4786
919-967-7075
704-344-6576
919-541-2171
336-333-5399
828-693-8702
336-882-8625
252-441-8144
252-222-6126
252-633-6688
919-856-4739
910-692-3926
910-815-4576

U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA)
The SBA can help you start a business, finance a business, manage a business, and give you business opportunities.
http://www.sba.gov

N.C. Small Business and Technology Development Center (SBTDC)
The SBTDC is a business development service of The University of North Carolina system operated in partnership with the US Small Business Administration (SBA).  The SBTDC provides management counseling and educational services to help North Carolina businesses meet challenges, manage change, and plan for the future.
http://www.sbtdc.org
SBTDC Office
Asheville
Boone
Chapel Hill
Charlotte
Cullowhee
Elizabeth City
Fayetteville
Greensboro
Greenville
Hickory
Pembroke
Raleigh
Rocky Mount
Wilmington
Winston Salem
Phone
828-251-6025
828-262-2492
919-962-0389
704-548-1090
828-227-3504
252-335-3247
910-672-1727
336-334-7005
252-328-6157
828-345-1110
910-522-8410
919-715-0520
252-467-0338
910-962-3744
336-750-2030

Self-Help
Self-Help offers a full range of small business loan products, from small ´┐Żmicroloans´┐?of several thousand dollars to larger loans of $5,000,000 or more. Each year, we make millions of dollars of loans to help businesses just like yours. Loans are made to retail, service and manufacturing businesses throughout North Carolina.  

Interest rates vary based on the risk and expense associated with the loan, but generally will be prime plus 1% or greater. The loan terms depend on the useful life of the collateral and the use of loan proceeds.

Asheville Branch: 800-229-7428
Charlotte Branch: 800-394-7428
Durham Branch: 800-476-7428
Fayetteville Branch: 800-774-7966
Greensboro Branch: 800-269-7426
Greenville Branch: 800-893-9669
Wilmington Branch: 877-559-4284

Visit www.self-help.org to find out more.


N.C. Department of Commerce
Our system offers training in a variety of industries, from auto parts and electronics manufacturers to bio-technology companies and data processing centers.  North Carolina also provides all qualified companies with financial programs and advantages that will lower your costs of doing business, thus impacting your company's bottom line.
http://www.investnc.com

Council for Entrepreneurial Development (CED)
CED provides programs and services in four major areas: education, capital formation, mentoring, and communications. Through these efforts, CED provides entrepreneurs with the knowledge and skills that ensure their success and at the same time heightens awareness of the contribution that entrepreneurial companies make to our communities and our economy.  CED was founded in 1984 to stimulate the creation and growth of high impact companies in the greater Research Triangle area.
http://www.cednc.org

State of North Carolina's Business Information site
The Online Corporate Names Database is a complete listing of information registered for businesses in North Carolina. The Corporations Division is responsible for the examination, custody and maintenance of the legal documents filed by more than 320,000 corporations, limited partnerships and limited liability partnerships.
http://www.state.nc.us/business
GSA Schedule Assistance
The Government Channel Group, LLC can help you with:
  • Obtaining GSA schedule contract(s) or other agency specific contracts
  • Providing strategic guidance for client product/services offerings
  • Branding, positioning & marketing of client product/services
    Competitive Analysis
  • Proposal Services
Richard Ford VP of Marketing
Phone: (561) 262.4683  
http://govonline.net

SBA Women's Business Center
Information on the SBA's programs and services, Business principles and best practices, Market research, Management techniques, Financing your business, Financial resources, Interactive mentoring, Individual counseling, Government contracting information and opportunities, Topic forums and newsgroups, Upcoming conferences and events, Extensive links and resources, English plus Chinese, Icelandic, Japanese, Russian and Spanish
http://www.onlinewbc.gov

N.C. Community College System Small Business Center Network (SBCN)
The objective of the Small Business Center Network (SBCN) is to increase the success rate and the number of viable small businesses in North  Carolina by providing high quality, readily accessible assistance to prospective and existing small business owners and their employees.  Each Small Business Center (SBC) will be a community based provider of education and training, counseling, information and referral.  Small Business Centers provide free, confidential counseling services for new and existing businesses.  Available on an as-needed basis, this free, confidential service acts as a sounding board for ideas and concerns you may have about your business.  Our professional staff will help you find solutions to your challenging business questions.  No question is too simple or complicated.
http://www.ncccs.cc.nc.us/Business_and_Industry

Capital Associated Industries, Inc. (CAI)
Here are a several of the services that CAI offers:
  • Telephone Assistance- Personal consulting on any employment or human resources issue 

  • North Carolina Employer's Desk Manual- Desktop guide detailing state and federal regulations, laws, codes, and statutes governing the workplace

  • Positive Employer-Employee Relations- Seminars and personal consultation to improve relationships in the workplace

  • Compensation Surveys- Specialized surveys to target pay plans for particular regions, industries, or jobs

  • Management Education Programs- Seminars and on-site learning to improve staff development

  • Management Assessment Center- Analyzing current or potential managers to make the most of advancement

http://www.capital.org


Western Carolina Industries, Inc. (WCI)
More than 500 organizations maintain membership in WCI and enjoy ongoing consulting and unlimited access to information resources. Membership is available to companies in Western North Carolina, East Tennessee, Upstate South Carolina, Southwest Virginia and Northeast Georgia.
Each year, thousands of individuals attend WCI programs, workshops and seminars covering a wide spectrum of performance and quality-related issues. All WCI training is available to members and non-members throughout the United States.
http://www.wciinc.org

A Handbook for Building Business Connectivity
e-NC is the grassroots initiative to link all North Carolinians - especially those in rural areas - to the Internet.
Affordable Internet service will provide North Carolinians with increased access to commerce, health care, education and government services. Through the Internet, rural North Carolinians can utilize resources not located in their areas, contact friends and experts, grow their businesses and increase their personal knowledge - while preserving the lifestyle that is an integral part of who they are.
http://www.e-nc.org

NativeWorkplace.com
A resource site for Native job seekers to locate employment at Native-owned  firms and as well as a place for employers to locate qualified Native applicants.  Job posting is FREE to American Indian Chamber of Commerce of North Carolina Members. The job search is free to everyone. Other great jobs working in and around the Native community are also listed!
www.nativeworkplace

N.C. Citizens for Business and Industry (NCCBI)
North Carolina Citizens for Business and Industry is dedicated to promoting the welfare of every citizen through the adoption of public policies favorable to a pro-business, pro-growth, pro-jobs climate.
NCCBI works with both the public and private sectors to achieve progress in public education, transportation, environmental protection, health care, economic development, tax and fiscal policies, civil justice, employment practices and general government.
They are also dedicated to informing the state's business and professional communities on the many issues which affect their daily lives and we often suggest ways they can help influence public policy.
Lobbying, publishing and networking are NCCBI's three main functions.
http://www.nccbi.org

N.C. Rural Economic Development Center
The mission of the North Carolina Rural Economic Development Center is to develop, promote, and implement sound economic strategies to improve the quality of life of rural North Carolinians. The center serves the state's 85 rural counties, with a special focus on individuals with low to moderate incomes and communities with limited resources.
Created in 1987, the Rural Center operates a multi-faceted program that includes conducting research into rural issues; advocating for policy and program innovations; and building the productive capacity of rural leaders, entrepreneurs and community organizations.
The center is a private, non-profit organization, funded by both public and private sources and led by a 50-member board of directors.
http://www.ncruralcenter.org

N.C.  Employment Security Commission
Find out everything you need to know about unemployment tax.  
http://www.ncesc.com

U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)
The EEOC is in charge of enforcing the federal laws prohibiting job discrimination?
http://www.eeoc.gov
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