OKSBDC takes great pride in the network of partners we work with everyday and that are available to small businesses in the State of Oklahoma.  OKSBDC works diligently to see clients receive access to the programs and services that provide the tools and resources most appropriate for their needs.

Small Business Administration

The SBA is an independent agency of the federal government that provides small businesses with information, counseling, and assistance. Through their website, visitors can access numerous guides and online courses on several topics. For small businesses seeking loans to get started or expand, the SBA offers different loan programs to assist in acquiring such funding from various institutions, private and otherwise. The SBA is able to provide these services through their extensive network and partnership with public and private organizations across the country. The OSBDC is funded in part through a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration.

Below are some quick links to some of the SBA’s programs:

Association of Small Business Development Centers (ASBDC)

The ASBDC is part of a massive nationwide network that has partnerships with government, private, higher education, and nonprofit organizations. Their website is a quick link to national and local business resources. The OSBDC is part of the extensive ASBDC network.

State of Oklahoma

The State of Oklahoma website connects you with a variety of state resources and information. Locate your local Chamber of Commerce, download required tax forms, connect with local media networks, and more. They provide you with an easy way to find the information you need from the resources you trust. The OSBDC receives funding in part from the State of Oklahoma. – Small Business and Self-Employed Tax Center

The Small Business and Self Employed Tax Center gives you quick access to tons of important information you need as well as upcoming workshops and online resources. – Various Industries and Professions Tax Center

The Industries and Professions Tax Center is a great place to find out industry-specific requirements, tips, and tax information and resources.

Oklahoma Department of Commerce (ODOC)

The ODOC website provides quick access to information about business licensing, financing, minority support, and many other topics. Receive the latest economic news in Oklahoma through their online news reports and dozens of online videos about specific industries, workforce issues, global trade, and more.

Rural Enterprises of Oklahoma, Inc. (REI)

REI Oklahoma has focused on promoting economic growth and job creation for more than three decades. REI Oklahoma works with partners across the state to create opportunities and provide resources to individuals, businesses and entrepreneurs. From technical assistance and training, to lending programs and down payment assistance, REI Oklahoma is committed to positively impacting businesses and communities in Oklahoma.

SCORE (Service Corps of Retired Executives)

SCORE offers free business counseling as well as modestly priced workshops for entrepreneurs and business owners.

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