Below you will find a list of resource partners from around the state including the BLNC network. Tap into these resources to help support and grow your company in every region of the State.
NC Minority Support Center
The NCMSC is a statewide advocate that partners with Community Development Credit Unions (CDCUs), providing technical assistance, grants and loans to help them build generational wealth and create opportunities for individuals, families and communities.
NC Rural Economic Development Center
The Rural Economic Development Center develops, promotes, and implements sound economic strategies to improve the quality of life of rural North Carolinians.
NC State University's Industrial Extension Service
N.C. State's IES supports North Carolina business in the workplace. IES helps companies stay abreast of the latest technologies and best practices in both engineering and business management.
North Carolina offers a variety of employment services and benefits to veterans who are unemployed or seeking employment, including: employment services to assist job seekers find work, unemployment benefits while you are seeking employment, and apprenticeship and on-the-job training programs that pay you while you prepare for a sustainable career.
North Carolina Chamber
At the core of the North Carolina Chamber's advocacy mission is job creation. Good jobs are a vital component of a thriving North Carolina economy. Strengthening the state’s ability to attract, keep and grow jobs is our Chamber's highest priority.
SCORE is a nonprofit association dedicated to educating entrepreneurs and helping small businesses start, grow, and succeed nationwide.
Self-Help is a community development lender, credit union, and real estate developer that works with individuals, organizations and communities traditionally underserved by conventional markets.
Small Business & Technology Development Center
The SBTDC is committed to providing knowledge, education and other supportive resources that enable existing small and mid-sized businesses, emerging entrepreneurs and local/state leaders to innovate and succeed.
Small Business Center Network
The Small Business Center Network supports the development of new businesses and the growth of existing businesses by being a community-based provider of training, counseling, and resource information.
The IDA and Asset Building Collaborative of North Carolina
The Collaborative is a statewide organization serving as the central coordinating agency for asset-based development in North Carolina. The Collaborative is a private, non-profit organization funded by public and private sources.
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