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Alabama resources to help you grow your business

Resources

ADECA State Small Business Credit Initiative The Community and Economic Development (CED) Division of ADECA is responsible for implementing and managing the SSBCI program in Alabama. The State Banking Department will advise and assist the ADECA staff in the program implementation.


A.G. Gaston Conference This annual Birmingham conference is usually held in February. It celebrates Birmingham business giant A.G. Gaston’s legacy with workshops and seminars that address a variety of topics in business management, starting a business and more.

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Alabama MicroEnterprise Network This nonprofit group was formed to create opportunities and a better environment for microenterprise development in Alabama.

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Alabama Small Business Development Center A statewide program built to enhance economic growth in Alabama by providing management and technical assistance to small businesses. Certified business counselors are available in the program’s 12 centers across the state. They can help those wanting to start or expand their business.


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Association for Enterprise Opportunity Has association members across America that offer services to help small business owners develop a business plan, identify market opportunities, set sales and profit goals, access capital and more.


Birmingham Business Alliance This group was formed with the 2009 merger of the Birmingham Regional Chamber of Commerce and the Metropolitan Development Board. It focuses on the economic growth of the seven-county region of metro Birmingham. It is a strong, well-rounded entity that promotes dynamic growth in the region, and it works to improve the area’s quality of life. It is located in downtown Birmingham.

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Birmingham Business Resource Center Offers training, lending and advocacy programs that help small business owners increase their capacity, gain access to capital and expand their customer base. The nonprofit agency is located in Innovation Depot, which is in downtown Birmingham.


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Birmingham Construction Industry Authority This organization addresses minority and disadvantaged business participation in construction projects.


Building Alabama Reinvestment BAR seeks to support, create, and implement long-term solutions, which include providing tools and resources to build the community and individual economic well-being.

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Create Birmingham Create Birmingham is and organization designed to support creative avenues in education, community spaces, and workforce and economic development. The mission of Create Birmingham is investing in imagination and invention. The place where I+I+I=WE.

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REV Birmingham REV is an economic development organization that plays a pivotal role in the growth of business and the quality of life in Birmingham’s City Center and its Neighborhood Commercial Centers. Through proactive business recruitment, rev fuels commercial vitality.

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Small Business Administration The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) was created in 1953 as an independent agency of the federal government to aid, counsel, assist and protect the interests of small business concerns. The SBA helps Americans start, build, and grow businesses. Through an extensive network of field offices and partnerships with public and private organizations, SBA delivers its services to people throughout the United States, Puerto Rico, the U. S. Virgin Islands and Guam.

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SRMSDC The Southern Region Minority Supplier Development Council provides both advocacy and business development services to certified Asian-American, Native-American, Hispanic-American, and African-American owned companies. They specialize in facilitating new and existing regional affiliates of the National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC).

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Urban Impact Inc. UII is a local place based economic development agency that advances asset building economic opportunity, and revitalization of the Historic 4th Avenue Business District and the Civil Rights District through support and services to assist individuals, businesses and developers.


WBENC Women’s Business Enterprise National Council is the largest third-party certifier of businesses owned, controlled, and operated by women in the United States. WBENC, a national 501(c)(3) non-profit, partners with 14 Regional Partner Organizations to provide its world class standard of certification to women-owned businesses throughout the country. Outside of the United States, certification is provided by our alliance partner, WEConnect International.

 

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