Information is power for businesses of all sizes.
There are thousands of business resource websites geared towards entrepreneurs that cover everything you need to know, A - Z, accounts payable to zip code demographics.
Silicon Valley Small Business Resources
Information is power for businesses of all sizes. There are thousands of business resource websites geared toward entrepreneurs like you. We have reviewed many of these sites and have identified and categorized those that appear to be most useful.
The Small Business Templates and Tools page at SCORE.org provides a wide selection useful business information and tools.
Watch these videos from "Game Changers Silicon Valley" a local cable show, featuring John Edwards, one of our consultants.
Other sites, primarily identified with the Greater Bay Area, are divided into three categories:
You are also welcome to visit our office in San Jose and browse through our Business Resource Library of sample business plans, books, periodicals, and research documents.
For a list of over 30 Silicon Valley organizations that may be able to help you, go to Business Owner Space.
NOTE: These links are provided for the convenience of our Web site visitors. They are not an endorsement of the companies or web sites listed nor the products or services the offer.
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