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Thinking about starting your own business? Curious about what it takes? Want to know who and what is out there to help? Below is an extensive list of various resources to help answer those questions.


Entrepreneur Assistance Programs:
- The Virtual Entrepreneur Center Web portal is designed to be a one-stop shop library for entrepreneurs who are looking for business resources all in one place. - The Technological Research and Development Authority (TRDA) works with early-stage technology companies and entrepreneurs to accelerate their business planning, fundraising efforts, business development strategies and growth.  - Founders Forum is a non-profit organization dedicated to the needs of entrepreneurs within the community. - The purpose of the Florida Economic Gardening Technical Assistance Pilot Program is to stimulate investment in Florida’s economy by providing technical assistance for expanding businesses in the state. - Brevard Small Business Assistance Council – Economic Development commission of Florida’s Space Coast - Disney Entrepreneur Center - U.S. Small Business Administration – United States Department of Labor - Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor - Minority Business Development Agency/U.S. Chamber of Commerce

Education Links:

Florida Small Business Center at BCC - Florida Small Business Development Center at Brevard Community College – Brevard Community College – Entrepreneur Education - Women’s Business Center at the Florida Institute of Technology - UCF's Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation

Chambers of Commerce/Marketing Assistance
- Melbourne Regional Chamber of East Central Florida - Cocoa Beach Area Chamber of Commerce - Titusville Area Chamber of Commerce - U.S. Chamber of Commerce – Orlando Regional Chamber of Commerce

General Links:
  - Federal Business Opportunities - Central Contractor Registration – State of Florida Vendor Information Portal

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Brevard Workforce
Programs funded through Brevard Workforce, formerly Brevard Job Link & Brevard Workforce Development Board, Inc., are equal opportunity programs with auxiliary aids and services available upon request to individuals with disabilities. This material was prepared by McBride Woodbridge Marketing for Brevard Workforce under award 04-79-06065 from the Economic Development Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce. Employees of NASA contractors and subcontractors please note that per NASA Procurement, attendance at workshops shall be done on personal time and shall not be charged to work hours or administrative leave hours. Participants must meet criteria for eligibility for the Aerospace Workforce Transition (AWT) Program and must register for an Employ Florida Marketplace account at prior to attending a workshop or receiving services.