The Road to Your Success!
Of the 400 Chamber members, many of them are small businesses with one to five people. Small businesses are important to Graham County. That’s why the Graham County Chamber of Commerce (GCCC) dedicated this page as a resource for small businesses. GCCC works to build a strong business community and is committed to supporting small businesses.
Use the Small Business Success Center as your source for learning, gaining knowledge, planning, networking, and to transform your business into what you want it to be. Click on the links below to get started:
US Small Business Administration - Includes small business planning tools, access to government services, tools and a resource library, as well as access to local and regional resources.
Az. Department of Commerce - Provides business assistance, economic information, data on site selection, smart growth, energy programs, and work force assistance within Arizona.
Arizona Small Business Development Center Network -
Includes a calendar of workshops offered throughout Arizona, small business basics, and lots of links to small business tools, forms, and more.
Federal Business Opportunities - Access to government-funded resources and opportunities made possible by Federal Recovery Act funding.
SCF Az - A provider of workers' compensation insurance. Offers a schedule of trainings, online publications, and video training to promote safe working habits.
My Own Business -Offers free coursework geared toward the entrepreneur who wants to start a business, and for existing small businesses that would like to grow and expand.
Buzgate.org-America's Small Business Assistance Network - Online training resources, and access to programs to assist small business to grow.
Business.gov - Access to business start-up and growth resources, federal grant information, help for woman- and minority-owned businesses.
SCORE - Service Corps of Retired Executives - Numerous online workshops, with many in Spanish, focusing on business planning, making your business competitive, legal considerations, growing, marketing and managing your business and finances.
Arizona Indicators presents interactive data visualizations and mapping tools, public opinion data, and timely policy analysis.
The Eastern Arizona College Small Business Development Center (EAC SBDC) is 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.