The New Jersey Small Business Development Centers (NJSBDC) delivers management consulting and training programs to entrepreneurs, start-ups and small businesses as well as specialized and more advanced services to high-impact, growth-oriented businesses.
UCEDC is a private non-profit Community Development Financial Institution that fosters economic growth. They provide financial and technical assistance to new and existing businesses with emphasis on benefiting under-served people and communities.
NJIT APEX Accelerators, formerly PTAC, provides free counseling in addition to training and technical resources to New Jersey-based businesses. They help businesses navigate the procurement process to better identify viable sourcing opportunities in the government and private sector marketplaces.
There are no USEACs located in New Jersey; the closest are in Philadelphia and New York. These centers provide advice to first-time exporters and also run the Export Working Capital Program which helps small businesses export.
Lists U.S. chambers of commerce, Canadian chambers of commerce, American chambers of commerce abroad, foreign and ethnic chambers of commerce in the U.S., state boards of tourism, convention and visitors bureaus, foreign chambers of commerce, and economic development councils.
NJAWBO's primary objective is to support and encourage business ownership by women. Since 1978, NJAWBO has helped women achieve their business visions by providing them with the tools to develop and grow their enterprises.
New Jersey Restaurant and Hospitality Association provides support, education and advocacy for owners and operators of restaurants, lodging establishments, and entertainment destinations throughout the Garden State.