Business Resources in Royse City
Business resources are available through the CDC and our partners.
We provide each client with the appropriate level of assistance to meet his or her business needs. Many professionals and agencies work with the North Texas Small Business Development Centers to provide specialized business advising for our clients.
Each center has qualified individuals recruited from professional and trade associations, the legal and banking community, academia and chambers of commerce.
Knowledgeable business advisors assist clients in addressing a wide range of business concerns including but not limited to:
- Business Problem Solving
- Loan Requirements
- Business Expansion
- Buying or Selling a Business
- Business Startup
- Importing and Exporting
- Government Contracting
- Intellectual Property Protection
- Environmental Regulation Compliance
- Technological and Manufacturing Assistance
- Management Issues
The North Texas SBDC Contracting Program was established to help small businesses compete successfully in the government marketplace. For numerous years we have assisted North Texas companies create jobs, foster economic diversity and become successful contractors with local, state and federal governments. Located within the Bill J. Priest Institute we provide an array of services that include one-on-one counseling and support with procurement support services.(http://ntsbdc.org/services/contracting-program/)
Since 1989, the North Texas SBDC International Program has specialized in helping North Texas companies achieve and maintain global competitiveness by providing business advising, training and market research services focused on international trade.
Our center is well-known for the quality of its international seminars and programs. We have hosted international ambassadors, trade officials from Mexico, Canada, and national experts on small business. In 2008, our clients reported export sales of $77M and created over 350 jobs for the economy.(http://ntsbdc.org/services/international-program/)
The programs offered by the SBDCs include startup, loan, business planning, taxes, marketing and financial statement workshops. The specialty centers provide seminars on such topics as writing a government bid proposal, acquiring a patent or trademark, designing a Web page or exporting your products and services. Our facilitators are experts in their fields, including bank loan officers, Certified Public Accountants, Internal Revenue Service representatives, environmental compliance experts, international trade experts, attorneys, and other professionals.(http://ntsbdc.org/training-calendar/)
The Royse City Chamber of Commerce offers a variety of programs and resources for local business owners, including opportunities to network, ribbon cuttings and announcements, after hours events, training sessions, information and advocacy.(http://roysecitychamber.com)
The Main Street program exists to support local small businesses. They do so by providing direct support and by organizing events that draw people to the downtown area to dine and shop.(https://www.roysecity.com/219/Main-Street)
The SBA provides quality and targeted online training to meet the information needs of prospective and existing small business owners via their virtual campus(http://www.sba.gov/sba-learning-center)
If you are a veteran or service-disabled veteran, the North Texas SBDC network has resources to help you start and grow your small business. From creating a business plan to finding your first customer, we’re here to help you succeed.
To get started, check out the information on the SBA Veterans’ Resources page, and then contact your local SBDC office to more fully discuss your small business endeavor.(http://ntsbdc.org/veteran-service-disabled-veteran-owned-resources/)