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Resources, tips and tools to build a stronger Texas workforce.
Find Texas-sized resources and services to help your small business compete in the global economy.
Learn about state and federal employment laws, handling unemployment claims and more. We encourage you to attend at least one conference.
See what help is available for current and prospective small businesses in your region. Find information on starting a business, loans and grants, business law, and more from the Small Business Administration (SBA).
Gain information about starting and marketing your business, hiring and managing employees, financial options, growth opportunities in Texas, forums presented by the Office of the Governor and TWC, and much more.
Explore occupational and career information including emerging and evolving occupations and “green” industries.
Get free confidential advice through online or face-to-face mentoring through Score Association (formerly Service Corps of Retired Executives), a nonprofit group that serves as “Counselors to America’s Small Business”.
Learn about resources and tools that specifically target agricultural and rural businesses. Through incentive programs, such as the Rural Capital Fund, the Texas Department of Agriculture is helping businesses put Texans to work.
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