|Business Information Centers (BIC) -
||Free on-site use of an extensive reference library of
computer software, business and industry publications and management
videotapes. Free and Confidential counseling and training.
||The Product Life Cycle -- A table
describing the technical, business and market steps in the product
Success, Step by Step -
||Designed to help entrepreneurs and inventors develop
and market their projects and includes technical, market, and business
|Center for Innovation -
||A North Dakota based resource, which offers comprehensive,
hands-on assistance to technology entrepreneurs, innovators, and manufacturers
interested in starting up new ventures, commercializing new products
and licensing new technologies.
Entrepreneur Assistance Program -
||The Food Processing Center at the University of Nebraska
specializes in providing business, marketing and technical assistance
to entrepreneurs in the value-added food processing industry.
Is It For Me? -
||A short-hand guide to home-based business in North Dakota
developed by NDSU Extension Service specialists.
|How do I Start a New -
Business in North
|Information on business planning, licensing, registering
your business name, sales tax requirements, protecting your business
and other state requirements.
Task Force -
||The HVIC task force is working to set up a food processing
corridor in North Dakota and surrounding states. HVIC has supported
many projects to head toward increasing our processing base.
of Ideas -
||An annual gathering of people, ideas, and resources
in the state of North Dakota, as well as a continual network for information.
||Massachusetts Department of Food and Agriculture offers
technical assistance and other resources for growers, businesses and
Inventor Fraud Center, Inc. -
||Information for inventors about invention promotion
companies and how to market an invention.
Dakota Economic -
|Information on publications
and a staff directory.
Center for Community Vitality -
||Connects resources in community, economic development
and leadership to communities.
|One Stop Capital Center -
||Located at the Bank of North Dakota, the One Stop Capital
Center offers one-stop access to over 20 financing programs. Five
partners work with local financial institutions and economic developers
to offer integrated financial packages.
of Dakota -
||Program created by the North Dakota Department of Agriculture
in 1985 to develop, improve and expand domestic and foreign markets
for North Dakota products.
Business Plan -
||Step by step instructions for a thorough and complete
Business 911 -
||A link to organizations in North Dakota that provide
service to entrepreneurs.
|Small Business Development Center - (SBDC)
||SBDC assistance is available to anyone interested in
expanding or starting a business who cannot afford the services of
a private consultant.
For more information, call the
Dakota SBDC nearest you.
Start-Up Kit -
||A lengthy and detailed guide to starting a business
from the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA)
Business Institute -
||An organization of over 50 Women's Business Centers
across the country whose mission is training, counseling and mentoring
America's women entrepreneurs.