The North Texas Small Business Development Center Network is open for business. Learn about their online classes, one-on-one assistance and Covid-19 related support from the SBA.
The Comptroller’s office serves virtually every citizen in the state. As Texas’ chief tax collector, accountant, revenue estimator, treasurer and purchasing manager, the agency is responsible for writing the checks and keeping the books for the multi-billion-dollar business of state government.
At this time, CFT is focusing on how they can continue to prepare and support the nonprofits across our community. As specific needs for our community are identified, CFT will provide updates on how to help.
Accion continues our focus on providing entrepreneurs flexible capital and other valuable resources. In addition, Accion is hosting a COVID Response Webinar Series to keep entrepreneurs informed of their options, helpful resources, and best practices during this crisis.
Dallas County officials are making decisions based on the most up-to-date data on local coronavirus transmission. It is important for newly opened businesses to prepare for and prevent the spread of Covid-19.
During COVID-19 and beyond, the Dallas Black Chamber of Commerce is here to serve you as they advocate for the creation, growth, and general welfare of Black Business in North Texas.
The program is intended to help street level businesses with losses not covered by insurance or other means who were impacted by damage sustained during the same time as downtown demonstrations against police brutality. Grants will be capped at $5,000.
The Veteran Women's Enterprise Center launched in 2018 with a vision to position women veteran owned businesses (Active Duty, Reservist and/or military spouses) as our nation’s leading small business revenue generators and employers.
The DEC aims to keep small businesses running through the pandemic. Attend virtual events, learn new skills or apply for funding that is available through the Covid-19 Small Business Relief Fund.