Entrepreneurship is alive and well in Moore County. Better than that, it’s flourishing. No matter what stage of the process, there are a number of excellent resources in place to help you start and grow your business.
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Business Link North Carolina
Business Link North Carolina is a one-stop website that provides guidance through the all of the processes, permits and licenses, forms and other requirements for starting a new business, as well as access to helpful resources and services for growing an existing business. Registering your business' name, establishing a business structure (corporation, LLC, sole proprietorship, etc.), getting the required state licenses and permits, addressing tax requirements and employer issues are among the areas where Business Link North Carolina can help. These services are free.
Sandhills Community College Small Business Center
Sandhills Community College offers an amazing range of services to small businesses in Moore County. Through its Small Business Center, the college provides current and prospective businesses with access to seminars, counseling, networking opportunities and much more. The kicker is that many of these services are offered free of charge.
Moore County Partners in Progress
Partners in Progress is a "One-Stop" resource for clients wanting to start, relocate or expand their businesses in Moore County. Their free services are available to any type of businesses seeking to make positive investments in Moore County. These services include:
-- Demographic Data and Market Research
-- Building and Site Selection assistance
-- Identification of Incentives and other funding sources
-- Liaison with local governments
-- One-Stop access to a variety of local community resources (education, training, marketing, networking, etc.).