Local Resources for Entrepreneurs in Northern Arizona
Coconino County Small Business Development Center - http://www.coconinosbdc.com/ Whether you just have an idea, you're starting a new business or growing an existing one, the Coconino Small Business Development Center is your source for business support now and in the future.
Registered clients have access to free, confidential business consulting services provided by experienced small business experts.
Our statewide network collaborates to provide expertise in finance, marketing, government procurement, operations and human resources.
SCORE - https://northernarizona.score.org/ Whether you're just starting out, in business, or ready to sell or retire, you can get FREE, confidential business advice from expert advisors committed to helping you succeed. Meet face-to-face in one of our mentoring locations or connect with one of our mentors online. SizeUp Arizona - APS Economic Development - http://www.sizeuparizona.com SizeUp Arizona provides small-to-medium sized businesses and entrepreneurs around the state with the market research and data analytics necessary to better understand competition and fine-tune their business model for success. The site provides the ability to research costs, revenue, customers, location, and marketing strategy scenarios comparative to similar businesses around Arizona and the U.S.
SEDI - Sustainable Economic Development Initiative of Northern Arizona - www.sedinaz.org/ SEDI helps realize the dreams of Flagstaff start-up, existing, and home-based businesses lacking access to small amounts of capital by providing up to $15,000 in initial financing and helping them establish and learn about credit. A Dollars4Dreams Business Loan might change your business' future. Loans can foster and support entrepreneurs; small and home based businesses; and promote green businesses.
Arizona State TPT (Transaction Privilege Tax) information and application - azdor.gov/transaction-privilege-tax-tpt Although commonly referred to as a sales tax, the Arizona transaction privilege tax (TPT) is actually a tax on a vendor for the privilege of doing business in the state. Various business activities are subject to transaction privilege tax and must be licensed. If a business is selling a product or engaging in a service subject to TPT, a license from the Arizona Department of Revenue (ADOR) would likely be needed as well as a transaction privilege tax or business/occupational license from the city or cities in which the business is based and/or operates.
Arizona Commerce Authority - www.azcommerce.com/programs/small-business-services This website contains information geared to assist the growth of Arizona’s small and medium-sized businesses. You will find relevant insights, tips and resources for developing and growing your business.