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4 Excellent Tennessee Startup Assistance Resources

Startup Assistance Resources

When you’re starting a business in Tennessee, you need all the help that you can get. This is because there are a lot of requirements, and no matter how organized you are, there is always that point when you become overwhelmed.

To make sure that you won’t feel beaten at life, here are four of some of the best sources for a business startup. Take advantage of them!


1) Tennessee’s SBDC

Hold a Meeting with Your Board of DirectorsTennessee’s Small Business Development Centers is a network of certified professionals that offers Tennessee business counseling to start entrepreneurs.

As well, SBDC helps small businesses with regard to their business needs and issues through their entire business lifecycle. From business plan coaching to record keeping and accounting, everything’s at SBDC.


2) Startup Savant’s Free Tennessee Resources

Startup SavantStartup Savant provides new entrepreneurs with a wealth of guides and resources to help them in starting a business in Tennessee. These resources are not guaranteed only to make several facets of the startup process hassle-free, but it is also free of charge.


3) Local Small Business Resource Partners

Choose the Initial DirectorsWhen starting a business, there might be little complications that could greatly impact the time it takes for you to get the business up and going.

In line with this, this resource page is perfect as it provides resources for Tennessee entrepreneurs who need assistance from several agencies. The location of the agency and what it can do to help you are provided on here too.


5) Tennessee Incentives & Grants

How to Finance a BusinessFunding is needed when you want to start a small business in Tennessee. The Incentives and Grants part of the Department of Economic and Community Development provides a number of sources where you can find grants as well as incentives for small business owners.

This will help you find the right footing to get your business going.


Wrapping Up and Moving Forward

Things can be made simpler and easier when you start a small business in Tennessee as long as you are savvy, and you know where to find the right information. Using the five resources outlined above, you can start and plan your business successfully.

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.