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4 Excellent California Startup Assistance Resources

Startup Assistance Resources

Starting a business in California may be easier said than done especially if this is your first time doing so.

Feelings of being overwhelmed, frustrated, and giving up may constantly run through your mind. This is because starting a business in never an easy task. Nevertheless, being persistent and working hard will pay off when your business begins operations.

To help you deal with the myriad of tasks involved in starting a business, here are some excellent startup assistance resources you can look into.


1) California Business Counseling

Hold a Meeting with Your Board of DirectorsFor California business counseling and an assortment of business resources network, the California Small Business Development Center Program is an excellent source of information when you’re starting a business.

Various resources that include how to start and grow your business, how to protect your online business, and other business tools. Then, you can also look into local events and seminars you can join to further hone your business skills and learn business trends.


2) Startup Savant Free California Resources

Startup SavantStartup Savant is all for our readers’ success as a new entrepreneur. For this reason, we have come up with our own set of free informational guides when starting a business in California.

These resources are specifically targeted for the state of California, and you can use this as a reference. Each guide tackles a specific task in forming a business in California.


3) California Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development

Choose the Initial DirectorsCalifornia’s Office of the Governor provides tons of resources for California entrepreneurs and aspiring entrepreneurs. GO-Biz is a specialized resource that arms aspiring California entrepreneurs with the information to start a business.

From business research and planning to tax and permit registrations, GO-Biz gives you a detailed account on what you need to do. A tool to find local resources is also available on the organization’s website.


4) California Small Business Association

Continue Learning as a Business OwnerCalifornia SBA is a non-profit organization that strives to provide small businesses with solutions to issues that concern small businesses. It is also an excellent source of information when you want to start a small business in California. It also provides a host of resources you can use to grow your business.


Wrapping Up and Moving Forward

It is a known fact that starting a business in California is hard and may even get tough at times. But it is also a known fact that most successful businesses in California today started only with a feasible business idea, a whole lot of courage, passion, sense of purpose, and hard work!

Couple it with useful resources such as the ones provided above, and you have the perfect recipe to a booming 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.