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4 Excellent Arizona Startup Assistance Resources

Startup Assistance Resources

It’s only normal when registering a business in Arizona that there are tons of requirements. Yes, it can be overwhelming, but you have to keep your cool amid all these requirements so you can set up your business properly.

To help you prepare and take care of everything, here are some important startup assistance resources you can refer to.


1) Arizona SBDC

Hold a Meeting with Your Board of DirectorsThe Arizona Small Business Development Center is a vast network of resources specifically to provide assistance for small business at every facet of its development.

From Arizona business counseling to partnership with nationwide resources, you can rely on Arizona SBDC to help you.


2) Startup Savant’s Free Arizona Resources

Startup SavantStartup Savant salutes and supports individuals who are pushing to own their future by starting a business in Arizona. In relation to this, we have made a plethora of free resources to help Arizona startups get started.

These resources can be the start of your future as you can use them now free of charge.


3) Arizona’s Entrepreneurs Edge

Choose the Initial DirectorsA resource perfect for small business startups, Arizona’s Entrepreneurs Edge is the one-stop guide on resources for Arizona Entrepreneurs.

From the minute you start your business up to your goals of growing it into a thriving business, Entrepreneurs Edge provides you with the necessary information. Found on the guide as well is a resource directory you can make use of.


4) Arizona State Grants and Incentives

Continue Learning as a Business OwnerThe state is pushing for corporate growth through the establishment of small businesses, and it has offered a number of incentives and grants for startup entrepreneurs who want to start a business in Arizona.

From streamlined regulations, lowered taxes, to a number of incentives, these are resources that can help lower the cost of starting your business. To obtain more details, you can go to the Arizona State Grants and Incentives website.


Conclusion and Moving Forward

I recognize that when you start a small business in Arizona, it can be a difficult and rather trying task. Starting a new business requires diligence, a solid game plan, and of course, money. The only way to make it easier is if you are savvy and know how to utilize resources such as those provided above. If you do, you are already on the way to building your dream business.

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.