August 23, 2014

Business Basics

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| 4/1/2014

Resources


Florida Department of Economic Opportunity
(850) 245-7105
www.floridajobs.org/business-growth-and-partnerships

Florida Small Business Development Center Network
(866) 737-7232 or
(850) 473-7800
www.floridasbdc.org

U.S. Small Business Administration
(800) 827-5722
www.sba.gov

• Miami District Office (South Florida)
(305) 536-5521
www.sba.gov/about-offices-content/2/3109

• Jacksonville District Office (North Florida)
(904) 443-1900
www.sba.gov/about-offices-content/2/3108

SCORE
Chapters Statewide
www.score.org

National Entrepreneur Center
(407) 420-4848
www.nationalec.org

Black Business Investment Corporations

• Access Florida Finance Corp. Black Business Loan Program
(850) 765-0375
www.accessfloridafinance.com

• BAC Funding Corporation
(305) 693-3550
www.bacfundingcorp.com

• BBIF Florida
(407) 649-4780
www.bbif.com

• Central Florida Community Development Corp.
(386) 258-7520
www.cfcdc.com

• First Coast BBIC
(904) 634-0543
www.firstcoastbbic.org

• Metro Broward Economic Development Corp.
(954) 587-3755
www.metrobroward.org

• Northwest Florida BBIC
(850) 552-3544

• Palm Beach County BBIC
(561) 845-8055
www.pbcbbic.com

• Tampa Bay BBIC
Hillsborough County:
(813) 425-2043
Pinellas County:
(727) 826-5785
www.tampabaybbic.com

Hispanic Business Initiative Fund (HBIF)
www.hbifflorida.org

• Central Florida Office, Orlando (407) 428-5872

• South Florida Office, Miami (786) 329-5830

• Tampa Bay Office, Tampa (813) 980-2765

Small Business Resource Network
www.sbrn.org

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