Why Graham County is a great place to do business.

  • Low business tax rates
  • Low construction costs.
  • Acquiring land is inexpensive
  • Right to Work state
  • Arizona has unions but membership is NOT mandatory.
  • Business friendly communities and our growth rates reflect that

Business resources

You are never alone when partnered with the Chamber of Commerce.

Online information is available to help small business owners expand skills and find assistance to help grow the business.

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There are lots of great small businesses resources available online to help owners expand skills and find assistance to help grow the business. These resource are free and links to some of these resources to learn about marketing, finances, human resources, and grants are provided below.

For a more detailed list of resources, see the Small Business Success Center section below.

Arizona Commerce Authority Federal Business Opportunities ASF Arizona My Own Business Business USA

The Eastern Arizona College Small Business Development Center (EAC SBDC) is also available to provide small businesses with appropriate information and referrals through its confidential and free one-on-one counseling.

The EAC SBDC is part of a national program designed to promote the success of small businesses in the United States.

Sponsored by the Small Business Administration of the federal government and Eastern Arizona College, this program puts a team of experienced business professionals and educators at your disposal -- at little or no cost to you. Members of the small business community are encouraged to take advantage of the many services provided by the EAC SBDC.

Small Business Success Center

Did you know that many of the nearly 400 current Chamber members are small businesses with as little as one to five employees? These small businesses are vitally important to Graham County which is why the Graham County Chamber of Commerce (GCCC) has created this page as a resource for local small businesses.

Just another way GCCC is working to build a strong business community by supporting local small businesses. Links to small business resources are provided below. Click on the desired links to get started today!

provides small business planning tools, access to government services, tools and a resource library, as well as access to local and regional resources.
is a statewide network that offers no-cost workforce development services to businesses.
provides business assistance, economic information, data on site selection, smart growth, energy programs, and work force assistance within Arizona.
includes a calendar of workshops offered throughout Arizona, small business basics, and lots of links to small business tools, forms, and more.
gives you access to government-funded resources and opportunities made possible by Federal Recovery Act funding.
is a provider of workers' compensation insurance. Offers a schedule of trainings, online publications, and video training to promote safe working habits.
offers free coursework for those wanting to start a business, or existing small businesses that would like to expand and grow.
(America's Small Business Assistance Network) provides online training resources and access to programs to help small businesses grow.
provides access to business start-up and growth resources, federal grant information, help for woman and minority owned businesses.
offers online workshops, many in Spanish, focused on business planning, making your business competitive, legal considerations, growing, marketing and managing business and finances.
present interactive data visualizations and mapping tools, public opinion data, and timely policy analysis.
is available to provide small businesses with appropriate information and referrals through its confidential and free one-on-one counseling.