BUSINESS RESOURCE

In addition to the Chamber, there are several valuable resources available locally to new entrepreneurs or those looking to expand their current business.

Small Business Development Center (SBDC)

https://sbdc.usu.edu/

Your premier source for free one on one business consulting. In addition to management consulting, our office hosts a number of workshops and training events for current and prospective business owners.

 

BUSINESS EXPANSION AND RETENTION PROGRAM (BEAR)

http://brag.utah.gov/business-outreach/

The Bear River Business Expansion and Retention, or BEAR Program is a service designed to provide resources to existing businesses and entrepreneurs to start and grow successful businesses. Our outreach specialists can provide information on accessing training, tax credits, help with city issues, grants and other incentives.

 

CACHE BUSINESS RESOURCE CENTER (BRC)

https://btech.edu/cbrc

The mission of the Cache Business Resource Center (CBRC) is to support economic well-being of citizens in the region and State of Utah. The CBRC will provide a physical environment where emerging and established businesses can experience a collaborative, state-of-the-art operating space, and relevant resource information from both government and private providers. Incubator services, both on-site and virtual, will include educational programs and technical assistance for both owner and employees.

 

DEPARTMENT OF WORKFORCE SERVICES

https://jobs.utah.gov/

Utah became the first state in the nation to consolidate employment and public assistance programs by creating Utah Department of Workforce Services in 1997. Today, more than 2,200 Workforce Services employees assist individuals in preparing for and finding jobs, meeting workforce needs of Utah businesses, administering temporary assistance, and providing economic data and analysis.