The City of Durham’s Small Business Advisory Committee provide programs and services for small businesses, such as business plans and marketing strategies, financing, management skills training, and business counseling. The Office of Economic and Workforce Development connects up-and-coming and existing small businesses directly to member organizations focused on technical assistance.
The North Carolina Military Business Center is a business development group in the North Carolina Community College System. The mission of the NCMBC is to use military and other federal business opportunities to grow the economy, create jobs and improve quality of life in North Carolina.
The nonprofit Center for Community Self-Help (or Self-Help), combines a few organizations so they can provide financing, technical support, consumer financial services and advocacy for those left out of the economic mainstream.
Triangle ArtWorks is based on the belief that a vibrant creative region is one in which creative people are not only appreciated for their work, but paid for their work and considered a valid, important part of the economy. Triangle ArtWorks is making it easier to find the connections, education, promotion, and other resources and support that the creative community in this disconnected region needs to not just survive, but thrive. This is a new, business-centric way of supporting the visual and performing arts and creative industries.
The mission of the Women’s Business Center of North Carolina is to promote economic self-sufficiency for all women in North Carolina through entrepreneurship.
We empower women by offering tools and support to establish businesses, stabilize their companies, generate sustainable profits, strategize for future growth and contribute to the growth and economic development of the community.
The City of Durham and its Small Business Advisory Committee are ready to help you bounce back from the pandemic.