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4 Awesome Alabama Startup Assistance Resources

Startup Assistance Resources

Starting a business in Alabama is hard, but it gets harder if you don’t have somebody to help you do it.

Startup Savant knows how it can be quite a struggle, and in this guide, I have included five awesome resources to help you out. From validating your business idea to registering your business with the state, here are the 4 best Alabama startup assistance resources.


1) Alabama Small Business Development Center Network

Hold a Meeting with Your Board of DirectorsThe Alabama SBDC Network is the one single go-to resource that you would not want to miss when starting a business in Alabama.

This resource basically offers everything that any business startup owner needs. From Alabama business counseling, funding your business, going international, to the latest news on business trends, the ASBDC points you to the right direction.


2) Startup Savant’s Free Alabama Resources

Startup SavantStartup Savant supports your dreams of owning your future and becoming successful in starting a business in Alabama. That’s our reason for existence.

In line with this, we have created specific guides to assist you in all phases of the lifecycle of starting a business. Oh, and they’re free!


3) Alabama Small Business Resource Partners

Choose the Initial DirectorsIn the state of Alabama, you can go to this local business resource guide as it provides a plethora of information for business startups.

The site lists tons of resources for Alabama entrepreneurs complete with address and contact details. You can make use of these when starting your business and getting your way around what you need to accomplish.


4) Alabama Grants and Incentives

Continue Learning as a Business OwnerAs an aspiring entrepreneur, you can start a small business in Alabama with the help of the state government. Your state wants to see you succeed.

You don’t have to look far for assistance because the state of Alabama offers grants and incentives for the small business community. Plus, you can contact the state’s Economic Development to assist you with your startup requirements.


Conclusion and Moving Forward

In today’s extremely fast-paced and competitive world, not being savvy and astute when you start a small business in Alabama can be a great impact on the success of your business. If you want to succeed, it’s important to be savvy. You can start by taking a look at the resources we have provided in this guide. Good luck!

About Liesha Petrovich

Liesha is a small business owner of 20 years, host of Startup Savant, the owner of a karate dojo in Maine, and creator of Work Mobly. During free time she's with her family and working on a Doctorate in Entrepreneurship.