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At Workforce Solutions of the Coastal Bend, we invest in our regional economic success through access to jobs, training, and employer services.
Workforce Solutions of the Coastal Bend is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and one of 28 local workforce boards located throughout the State of Texas. The board services Nueces, San Patricio, Kleberg, Aransas, Kenedy, Bee, Refugio, Live Oak, McMullen, Brooks, Duval, and Jim Wells counties.
The Del Mar College Small BusinessDevelopment Center (SBDC) is proud to be the premiere service provider to small businesses in the Coastal Bend Region.By working withhundreds of entrepreneurs every year, the SBDC has a clear perspective of the obstacles that small businesses must overcome in order to succeed. Through various outreach efforts, the SBDC is continuously developing and refining consulting resources and training workshops to meet the needs of the ever changing local small business community. The assistance and guidance that the SBDC provides can mean the difference between success and failure for your small business.
We’re here for YOU. The SPEDC operates as a 501(c)(6) non-profit organization within San Patricio County, TX. Our goal is to develop new business opportunity, promote new commercial growth and development within the area, and help foster tourism within the cities and communities of the county. We do this by partnering with local governments, businesses, chambers of commerce, and other local organizations. Working together, we ensure that companies large and small have all the information and assistance they need when choosing San Patricio County as their next location; as well as helping existing businesses continue to prosper.
The Texas Economic Development Council (TEDC) is an Austin-based, statewide, non-profit professional association dedicated to the development of economic and employment opportunities in Texas. Our diverse members share a common goal -- bringing new investment and jobs to Texas.
To make the Texas business climate the best in the world. That is the mission of the Texas Association of Business (TAB) -- Texas’ leading employer organization. Representing companies from the largest multi-national corporations to small businesses in nearly every community of our state, TAB works to improve the Texas business climate and to help make our state's economy the strongest in the world.
Since its founding on July 30, 1953, the U.S. Small Business Administration has delivered millions of loans, loan guarantees, contracts, counseling sessions and other forms of assistance to small businesses.
People today are overwhelmed with choices – and often unsure about where to find verified, unbiased information. There are more than 30 million businesses in North America alone; and hundreds of thousands of sites around the world where people shop online. There are thousands of free and subscription websites that offer a range of information, including reviews, reports, directories, listings, and gripe sites. BBB is the one place you can find it all.
Social Security delivers a broad range of services online at socialsecurity.gov and through a nationwide network of over 1,400 offices that include regional offices, field offices, card centers, teleservice centers, processing centers, hearing offices, the Appeals Council, and our State and territorial partners, the Disability Determination Services. We also have a presence in U.S. embassies around the globe. For the public, we are the face of the government. The rich diversity of our employees mirrors the public we serve, and we have a proud history of protecting the integrity of our programs and service to the public.
The Texas Legislature established the Texas Department of Agriculture (TDA) in 1907. The agency's key objectives are to promote production agriculture, consumer protection, economic development and healthy living. The agriculture commissioner oversees the agency and is elected every four years. The current commissioner, Sid Miller, was elected in 2014.
TDA is a diversified state agency that provides value-added services through our regulatory and marketing and initiatives. TDA is headquartered in Austin and has five regional service offices, two sub-offices, three laboratories and five livestock export facilities.
TDA’s mission is to partner with all Texans to make Texas the nation's leader in agriculture, fortify our economy, empower rural communities, promote healthy lifestyles, and cultivate winning strategies for rural, suburban and urban Texas through exceptional service and the common threads of agriculture in our daily lives.
The Governor’s Business and Community Development Division pursues business expansion and relocation with the goal of developing job creation and export opportunities for Texas. Comprised of three areas, this division is made up of the Department of Strategic Business Development, Department of Business Assistance and the Office Economic Development Finance.
The Strategic Business Development Department serves as the conduit to the business recruitment and project management process. This team identifies and develops both domestic and international investment leads and works with prospective companies who are considering locating or expanding in Texas. The department also serves as a vital contributor to the overall mission of the office by assisting in marketing efforts and initiatives in partnership with the Texas Economic Development Corporation.
The Department of Business Assistance serves domestic and international businesses of all sizes, interested in doing business in Texas. The team is responsible for strengthening the competitiveness of Texas’ industries by promoting international business and trade, small business advocacy, entrepreneurial support, as well as industry engagement, and assisting with permitting, licensing and regulatory compliance. The department also houses the State of Texas Mexico Office, which seeks to help Mexican companies enter the Texas market or aid Texas companies looking to do business in Mexico, and the Office of Aerospace and Aviation, which aims to promote and grow the aerospace and aviation industry in Texas.
The Department of Economic Development Finance provides globally competitive, cost-effective financial tools to expanding businesses operating in the state and businesses relocating to Texas. Programs administered by this office include various grants, financing and tax refund programs which all promote economic development, job creation and capital investment. The office partners with local governments and other entities to deliver programs targeted at small businesses, communities and universities in the state, among other entities.