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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Accion USA
Accion USA is a microfinance lender with a focus on affordable small business loans for microentrepreneurs.
RISE Financial Pathways
RISE provides financing for both businesses looking to expand and businesses experiencing hardship.
Industrial Development Authority Tax Exempt Bond Program
The Industrial Development Authority (IDA) issues tax-exempt bonds that provide a low-cost financing option for the manufacturing industry to acquire and develop properties and equipment. The bond sizes range between $2 to $10 million.
The Jewish Free Loan Association
The Jewish Free Loan Association (JFLA) provides interest-free loans to Los Angeles residents for a variety of purposes, including small business development.
Utility Infrastructure Loan Program
The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power Utility Infrastructure Loan Program provides loans to commercial/industrial customers to purchase and install qualifying projects for energy efficiency and water conservation needs.
Valley Economic Development Center
The Valley Economic Development Center (VEDC) provides free or low-cost business assistance services, direct financial assistance, entrepreneurial training and economic development to individuals and businesses. VEDC is a city-sponsored BusinessSource Center.
California Small Business Loan Guarantee Program
The California Small Business Loan Guarantee Program (SBLGP) provides loans to small businesses to help create and retain jobs and invest in low-to-moderate income communities. The SBLGP is administered by the California Infrastructure and Economic Development Bank (iBank).
Los Angeles County Economic Development Loan Program
The Los Angeles County Economic Development Loan Program is provides financial assistance to small- and medium-sized businesses. Loans can be used towards property acquisition, equipment/machinery purchases and working capital.
County Float Loan Program
The Los Angeles County Float Loan Program provides short-term loans for land acquisition, construction, equipment, and working capital for businesses, private developers and public agencies.
County Technology Loan Program
The Technology Loan Program provides loans for start-up tech companies located within the LA Innovation Network.

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