Resources and Incentives
Resources and Incentives

From networking to financing, there are many business resources and financial incentives to help you start and grow your business. Explore what’s available.

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Los Angeles Venture Association
LAVA provides forums for entrepreneurs and executives of middle-market companies t meet and learn from fellow executives, investors, bankers, financial advisors and other providers of professional services.
National Association of Women Business Owners
The National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO) provides resources, programs and other benefits to the women-owned business community.
PACE LA
The PACE Business Development Center and Women's Business Center provide free business consulting and low-cost training services including: business plan development, manufacturing assistance, financial packaging and lending assistance, exporting and importing support, disaster recovery assistance, procurement and contracting aid, market research help, 8(a) program support, and healthcare guidance. PACE LA is a city-sponsored BusinessSource Center.
Association of Black Women Entrepreneurs, Inc.
The Association of Black Women Entrepreneurs, Inc (ABWE) offers an array of entrepreneurial services to National Black Women Entrepreneurs.
Minority Business Development Agency Business Center
The Minority Business Development Agency Business Center is part of USC's Business Expansion Network and provides access to educational and technical resources that foster business expansion and job creation.
Southern California Minority Supplier Development Council
The Southern California Minority Supplier Development Council provides business advocacy for minority owned businesses.
Cyber Threat Protection
The LA Cyber Lab helps LA businesses combat cyber attacks by allowing businesses to sign up and receive cyber threat information and best practices to protect their business - free of charge.