Vibrant communities have strong economic engines when they value and nurture the entrepreneur climate and support their small businesses. With more than 80% of Georgians working for a small business and over 75% of graduating Georgia high school students having an interest in owning their own business, local leaders in Fayette County have made small business support a top priority.
Here in our Industry Resources you’ll find a variety of resources at your fingertips to help expand your market share, establish a new business, or simply improve your business acumen.
Add Value To your Business
- Try the Incentives area to see if you qualify for state tax credits
- Browse our expansive Demographics Information to learn all that you can about the marketplace and your target audience
- Visit the Entrepreneur & Small Business Network Website, Georgia’s gateway to entrepreneur and small business assistance
Fayette Chamber of Commerce
The Fayette Chamber is a network of businesses and organizations working together to promote economic prosperity and strengthen the Fayette community, representing almost 800 member organizations in all parts of Fayette County and the local area. The chamber promotes strong leadership, networking, education and offers programs that encourage partnerships between businesses and the community.
The Fayette Chamber also provides businesses with tools and resources to help them connect and grow, ultimately creating new jobs. Their mission is to aim to improve economic opportunities in the community by leveraging the talents and resources of their members to help local businesses succeed. They also provide unique opportunities for individuals and businesses to make a difference and create a stronger community.
Small Business Administration
Find links to extensive resources for entrepreneurs.
Small Business Training Network
The SBA’s virtual campus with free training courses, workshops and more to assist entrepreneurs.
Online Women’s Business Center
A service of the SBA that promotes growth of women-owned businesses.
“Counselors to America’s Small Business” – a source of free and confidential small business advice.
Internal Revenue Service
A resource from the IRS for small businesses and the self-employed.
Department of Labor
Find compliance assistance for small business.
Minority Business Development
Agency that fosters the establishment and growth of minority-owned businesses.
The business link to the U.S. government, it has information about business development, financial assistance, taxes, laws and regulations and workplace issues.
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