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Small Business Hub

 

Being an entrepreneur or small business owner
can leave you feeling burned ou
t.

 

As a fellow entrepreneur, I know sometimes we get so focused on doing business, we don't know what help is out there.

This list of resources is perfect for re-aligning your business vision,
building community, securing a business mentor,
funding, knowledge databases, and hands-on training.

– Maddie Craig 

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Local Resources
for Small Businesses

StartupBREW Fargo
This is a weekly Wednesday morning gathering aimed at fostering the local Fargo-Moorhead community of entrepreneurs, innovators, and creatives to connect, learn and support, each other on their entrepreneurial journeys. 

ND Women’s Business Center (NDWBC)

ND Women’s Business Center – business resources for women-owned businesses and non-profits in ND. They also have a page specifically for funding.

 

Operation Intern (ND) - ND will help reimburse you for an intern! Other states may also have similar programs. Be sure to check out your local state and city resources directly!

 

Small Business Development Center Fargo 
SET UP A FREE appointment with these guys. They'll help you figure out EVERYTHING, and I mean everything. Don't know how to do a business plan? Don't know how to register your business with the state? Need help figuring out sales tax? If you live in ND, your income taxes go towards this free service. Take advantage of this resource!

 

S.C.O.R.E. 

Get a free business mentor!

Seriously these volunteers are a-may-zing. They've run their own businesses and retired and now they're ready and willing to share their experiences, knowledge and insights. 

Uffda Academy

Create Smarter with UFFDA!

These hands-on workshops will show you how to identify your audience, write your message, and tell your story. You learn how to create on-brand content with an interactive class with their philosophy of SEE IT. DO IT. SHARE IT. Perfect for small businesses and non-profits!

ND SBA 

This government-funded program helps provide services including funding programs, counseling, federal contracting certifications, and disaster recovery. They can also connect you with their many partner organizations, lenders and other community groups that help small businesses succeed. 

Featured In 

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DonorDock Podcast, Ep 8:
A chapter on nonprofit bookkeeping interview with Maddie Craig, Blue Cyper Bookkeeping

Contact

We make bookkeeping easy, efficient and understandable for service-based businesses and nonprofits.

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