5 Resources To Help Build Your Business

Posted by CapWay in Opportunities & ResourcesNovember 11, 2019(Last Updated July 27, 2020)2 min read
Are you ready to make some real money moves?

Starting a business is hard work, but you do not have to do it alone. There are many resources to help you get started and find support as your business grows. Here are 5 resources to help you:


SCORE is helpful because it partners you with FREE mentoring, workshops, and webinars from experienced business professionals. SCORE mentors have expertise in all areas of business--you can find someone to help you with writing a business plan, conducting market research, You can work one-on-one with your mentor to help you launch and manage your growing business.

Find your SCORE mentor here.

Community Meetups

Technology makes it so much easier to meet like-minded people. Meetup.com and EventBrite.com allow you to search for community events that fit your hobbies and interests. Go ahead and start searching for opportunities to help you grow. For entrepreneur/small business owner groups and events in your city. Or you can try to get more specific by the type of business and see if your city has events to fit your needs. Aim for free or low-cost events.


Podcasts are a go-to for many entrepreneurs because they can listen to topics that are specific to their needs.

You can listen to free podcasts on Spotify, Apple iTunes, Soundcloud, and other places online.

To find the best podcast for you, start an online search for the following keywords:

“Business Podcasts,” or “Start Your Business Podcasts.”

Some of our favorites business podcasts are Side Hustle Pro, and The Financial B.O.S.S Podcast.

The Public Library

Many public libraries allow you to access databases that can help you build your business plan. Librarians are available to help you understand how to find the answers that you need.

Libraries are also a great place to find community resources and training on a variety of topics, including how to start and grow your business.

Your Local Chamber of Commerce

Most communities have a Chamber of Commerce that is devoted to promoting the growth of local businesses. You can meet your peers and gain access to training, funding, and other resources to help you support your growing enterprise.

You can find your local Chamber of Commerce by searching online for your city’s Chamber of Commerce.

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