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5 Resources to Help You Maintain Small Business Continuity in 2021

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As a small business owner, you have extensive knowledge about your business operations, but it can never hurt to take advantage of extra help. Fortunately, there are many free resources available that offer information and valuable advice to help small businesses thrive. Here are five resources that can help you maintain small business continuity in 2021 and beyond.


SCORE, which stands for Service Corps of Retired Executives, is one of the single best resources for small business owners. It’s a nonprofit organization with more than 10,000 volunteer, expert mentors across the nation who are dedicated to helping entrepreneurs get their businesses off the ground.

On their website, you can search by your specific business category and location to be matched with a mentor in your area. Their website also has a wide range of resources including on-demand webinars, training courses, guides, templates, checklists, and videos. 

2. Local Small Business Development Centers

Small business development centers are offices that provide support and mentorship to entrepreneurs throughout all stages of their development. These small business development centers are funded by the Small Business Administration (SBA) and located throughout the United States.

Most of their resources and services are free. They include loan assistance, disaster recovery tools, business planning support, market research assistance, and much more. You can find your local small business development center here.

3. The Small Business Association (SBA)

The SBA also provides business education and advice on their website - offers a range of free information, including articles, studies, tips and even granting opportunities.

The site’s business plan worksheets are great for entrepreneurs who are just getting started. The SBA also offers free counseling and advice for business owners at all stages of development. With that said, it’s a great resource for both new and veteran small business owners.

4. The National Federation of Independent Businesses

The National Federation of Independent Businesses is the largest small business association in the U.S. In addition to small business advocacy through lobbying work, it provides extensive resources for small business owners.

You can find webinars, articles, videos, and infographics on important topics that are relevant to business operations and growth on their website. A few of the topics include legal issues, human resources, financing, technology, disaster recovery tools and more.

5. The Department of Labor

There are many rules and regulations that you must consider if your business plans to hire workers. To support with this process, the Department of Labor outlines all the rules you need to know through their Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization. On the site, you can find helpful information including anti-discrimination laws, wage-and-hour laws, and more. These resources provide the information you need to keep your business legally compliant.  

Take advantage of these free resources so you can maintain small business continuity in 2021 and beyond. By leveraging support from many different places, you can grow your small business and your knowledge base at the same time.

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