The North Sacramento Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to providing you the tools to your business success and making our community a better place to live, work, and enjoy.

California Business Portal

California Business Portal
The California Business Portal is the one-stop shop if you’re looking to start or grow a business in California. The portal provides businesses with resources for financial assistance, relocation services, international trade and investment guidance, tax incentive information, registration and permit requirements, information about California regulations and more of what businesses need to get up and running.

California State University Sacramento (CSUS)

logo (1)The California State University Sacramento (CSUS) Center for Small Business helps area businesses through grants from community organizations. Students, under faculty supervision, assist with marketing and business plan development and financial planning.

Greater Sacramento

The Time is Now to Bring Your Business to Greater Sacramento. The Sacramento region is experiencing a profound shift in its competitive position, thanks in large part to an influx of entrepreneurs, businesses, creative professionals, and a highly-educated, STEM-driven talent base. In parallel, the profitability of California’s business community continues to top national charts. Combined, these quantifiable advantages have positioned the region as the preferred option for profitable growth within California – the world’s most innovative economy.

Greater Sacramento Urban League (GSUL)

GSULThe Greater Sacramento Urban League (GSUL) Formed in 1968, the Greater Sacramento Urban League is an affiliate of the National Urban League and one of 105 affiliates located in 36 states nationwide. The organization is governed by a board of directors with broad community representation. GSUL is recognized by the State of California as an approved Private Postsecondary and Vocational Education institution. In 2000, the League built a state-of-the art workforce development and training center at 3725 Marysville Boulevard in the North Sacramento area. The all-new 28,000 square foot facility houses five computer labs, five classrooms, and over 100 computers operating on a local area network.

Los Rios Community College Business and Economic Development Center

The Los Rios Community College Business and Economic Development Center provides services to businesses in the areas of employee training, marketing and business planning, and online education. The center also assists with import/export issues, environmental compliance, health workforce training, green workforce training and skills training for employers.

NorCal Entrepreneur Hub

The NorCal Entrepreneur Hub enables innovators, startup founders, and small business owners to find and connect with the right resources for their business, including investors, universities, mentoring programs, networking groups, training programs, and more.  The platform is as simple as create a profile, search curated resources/organizations by using keywords, and engage the ecosystem!  Lastly, if you are a startup founder looking to share job/internship opportunities you can use the jobs portal to spread the word.

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Sacramento Business Information Centers (BIC)

Sacramento Business Information Centers (BIC) provide technical assistance and information to help individuals start, operate and grow their businesses. The BICs are affiliated with the Sacramento Works Career Centers (ADD) and the Sacramento County Department of Human Assistance (DHA). Stockton Bolvd BIC: Contact: Lois Baer – (916)-875-3280 or (916) 875-3350

The Sacramento Employee and Training Agency (SETA)

seta_logoThe Sacramento Employee and Training Agency (SETA) connects people to jobs and business owners to quality employees. SETA is responsible for employment development programs offered through the Sacramento Works One Stop Career Centers. The Centers make employment and training services available for critical industries that are experiencing a high demand for employees. The Sacramento Career Centers are also affiliated with the Sacramento Business Information Centers (BICs).

The Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD)

SMUDThe Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD), the city’s local electric utility provider, offers energy efficiency services and other business-related incentives to support small business growth.

Sacramento Valley SBDC

The Sacramento Valley SBDC is the region’s premier driver to assist small businesses and entrepreneurs, connecting them with access to capital and core business consulting services. Small Businesses have many resources available to them to assist in their pursuit for success. Most times, it is just a matter for locating those resources. The SBDC is here to help you do just that.

Sacramento Valley Manufacturing Alliance

Sacramento Valley Manufacturing Alliance

The Sacramento Valley Manufacturing Alliance (SVMA) was formed in 2018 by the region’s manufacturers to address the need  to strengthen  and grow the region’s education and workforce development programs  supporting manufacturing excellence in the Sacramento Region.s

The Service Corps of Retired Executives (SCORE)

Score-SoloThe Service Corps of Retired Executives (SCORE) is an association of working and retired executives and business owners who donate their time and expertise as volunteer business counselors. They provide confidential counseling and mentoring services free of charge. SCORE also makes available training and resource materials for businesses throughout Sacramento and the surrounding region.

Startup Sacramento

Startup Sacramento
StartupSac is a grassroots initiative that supports our region’s startup ecosystem by sharing news, events, resources and startup success stories happening in the community. Their mission is to accelerate Sacramento’s startup and innovation ecosystem by informing, educating, empowering, and connecting its startup founders and innovators.

The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA)

sba-logoThe U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) was established to assist, counsel, support and protect the interests of small business concerns. The SBA provides financial, technical and management assistance to entrepreneurs seeking to start, run and expand their businesses. The Sacramento SBA resource center offers numerous workshops and training opportunities that provide the tools and skills needed to enhance and expand businesses.

Valley Vision Community Inspired Solutions

We bring communities together to tackle the biggest challenges affecting the livability of our region. By creating common ground built on facts, Valley Vision inspires leaders to think big and collaborate on bold, long-term solutions that improve people’s lives. Think of us as Sacramento’s Think Tank. Community solutions to important social and policy issues deserve the utmost attention. Valley Vision delivers the trusted research that informs decision-making, and organizes the collaboration needed to overcome complex problems that no single group can tackle alone.

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