Our mission is to connect entrepreneurs with free resources to start and grow a business in Charlotte. With a network of over 25 resource partners, we are dedicated to providing Charlotte-area entrepreneurs with the tools needed for success. From site selection and funding to government contract opportunities, we invite you to browse our partner profiles to kickstart your entrepreneurial dream.

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Carolina Business Capital (formerly Centralina Development Corporation) at Charlotte
Carolina Small Business Development Fund in Charlotte
Logo of Charlotte Regional Business Alliance
CLGBTCC provides certification opportunities for LGBT Business Enterprises (LGBTBEs)
Logo of Charlotte Mecklenburg Library
Logo of Charlotte Works
Logo of City of Charlotte
City Startup Labs (CSL) for creating new class enterpreneurs
Central Piedmont Community College Logo
Logo of Central Piedmont’s Small Business Center
Logo of Latin American Chamber of Commerce of Charlotte (LACCC)
Mecklenburg County at Charlotte
National Black MBA Association (NBMBAA) at Charlotte
NAWBO-Charlotte supports women entrepreneurs in Charlotte
Prospera at Charlotte for Hispanic entrepreneurs
Logo of Score in Charlotte
Self-Help Credit Union at Charlotte
Small Business & Technology Development Center (SBTDC) at UNC Charlotte
U.S. Small Business Administration in Charlotte
Center for Private Business at Wake Forest University at Charlotte
The Employer’s Association at Charlotte
Logo of Ventureprise - UNC Charlotte’s innovation and entrepreneurship center
Logo of Women’s Business Center of Charlotte

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At CBRbiz, we want to make sure every small business owner in and around Charlotte has access to information needed to be at the top of their game. Whether you’re a female or veteran business owner, or entrepreneur seeking Chamber involvement and SBC networking events, we’ve compiled a well-rounded list of resources to help you get ahead of the curve.

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