BizLaunch Service Spotlight: Business Support from our Strategic Partners

During these unprecedented times it is good to reach out for assistance. We're finding that our strategic partners have numerous ways to help you adjust to our “New Normal.”    


ECDC EDGLEDCWacif and other microenterprises offer access to capital as well as one-on-one consultations.  

Research Assistance

Schedule a virtual meeting with an Arlington Business Librarian. The Arlington Public Library continues offer a wealth of online tools -- many of which are free.  

In addition to the library, the U.S. Census Bureau also offers access to free online databases that can help you better understand your customers. 

Navigating the Process

Figuring out how to open a business in any jurisdiction can be difficult. Every county has a different process and it often involves dealing with multiple departments.

To make the journey easier for you, we've assembled an FAQ on starting a business in Arlington as well as a team of experts who can walk you through the process. If you are not already working with BizLaunch and are to this stage, please contact us and we will help you through the process. 

Additional Support

And finally, many local organizations who work with businesses are available via conference call or online to assist businesses during the pandemic. Several of these also provide microloans.

We recommend staying in to touch with these  nonprofit partners:

SCORE     Community Business Partnership    ECDC     Latino Economic Development Center    Mason Enterprise Center (MEC)

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