The Acadiana Business Hub is an expansion of the Louisiana Business Hub network.
The Small Business Development Center (SBDC) at SUNY Buffalo State provides management and technical assistance to start-up and existing small businesses throughout Erie County and the Niagara Frontier.
The Resource Navigator initiative was born from the Erie County Business Task Force, Small Business Sub Committee, established to support business during the COVID-19 pandemic. Key stakeholders are interested in collaborating with the Nexus i90 initiative (started in Rochester/REDCO with partner, SourceLink) to expand resources to entrepreneurs and small businesses...
The City of Elk River, MN is using SourceLink's comprehensive customer relationship management system to support their community's entrepreneurship-led economic development efforts.
SourceLink Nebraska is a statewide platform where anyone can search for nonprofit, education, and government resources related to economic and community development. In other words, SourceLink Nebraska is a one-stop shop for Nebraska entrepreneurs, existing businesses, and resource partners.
The West Virginia BusinessLink is a one-stop, online resource available to the state’s entrepreneurs and business owners, including existing businesses, start-ups and aspiring businesses.
The Washington State Microenterprise Association’s mission is to strengthen economic development systems that support the growth of strong and effective Microenterprise Development Organizations.
The University of Northern Iowa John Pappajohn Entrepreneurial Center (UNI JPEC) empowers and supports entrepreneurs and innovators at UNI, in the Cedar Valley and throughout Iowa. We are the centralized hub where Iowa entrepreneurs can find resources, explore programs, collaborate with peers and the community, and develop their new or existing ventures. Connect with us today so...
SourceLink provides two primary services for the University of Nebraska with the intent to expand via the Nebraska Entrepreneurship Initiative. These services include Asset Mapping and Report and The Resource Navigator to make University resources more visible to entrepreneurs.
The GRID (Guiding Rural Innovation and Development) is a collaborative economic development initiative focused on building a culture of innovation and entrepreneurship in Northern Wisconsin to generate a vibrant and diverse rural economy.