Tarrant County Small Business Development Center

The U.S. Small Business Association (SBA) can assist small businesses with accessing federal resources and navigating their own preparedness plans. SBA works with several local partners to counsel, mentor and train small businesses. Based in Fort Worth, resource partners such as SCORE and the Tarrant Small Business Development Center provide free counseling services and have satellite locations in Arlington. You can call their office for more information.

505 E. Border Street
Arlington, TX 76010
817-515-2603
www.tarrantsbdc.org

Fort Worth SCORE

1150 S. Freeway Suite 108
Fort Worth, TX 76104
Tel: 817-871-6002
www.fortworthscore.org

  •  Weekly Webinar Schedule
  • 2020 Business Academy: The 2020 Business Academy is scheduled on five Saturday mornings from October 3 thru November 7th. As an established entrepreneur, you’ll learn advanced business planning, sales and marketing, financials and cash flow, HR, web marketing and social media management. Applications are due by 9/5/20 and space is limited. Apply here. 

America's SBDC (National)

The national SBDC organization hosts weekly webinars to support small businesses. To view the weekly schedule, visit AmericasSBDC.org.

U.S. Chamber of Commerce Virtual Events and Webinars

National Small Business Town Hall Series

In partnership with Inc. Magazine and Comcast, CO, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce is hosting weekly virtual townhalls to help small business owners and sole proprietors navigate financial aid and support programs and answer common questions. Register to attend the next virtual town hall.

Workshop Wednesdays

Weekly webinar series to help small businesses learn skills and new approaches to keep business going. Each week will feature a different, highly relevant topic and top experts. Register for the next webinar. 

Greater Arlington Chamber of Commerce

505 E. Border Street
Arlington, TX 76010
Tel: 817-275-2613
www.arlingtontx.com/covid-19

The business world is navigating new terrain and exploring different ways of moving business forward. The Greater Arlington Chamber of Commerce is committed to providing resources during this time of social distancing, and they launched their virtual programming. Upcoming events can be found at www.facebook.com/GreaterArlingtonTX

They welcome you to submit your questions in real-time and will answer as many questions as time allows. This session is open to everyone – please share with your team or contacts who would benefit from this information.

Arlington Public Library 

The library has business education and professional development resources available including a small business reference center with helpful tips, business videos and lectures. Additionally, they offer online programs to research and track investments, popular business magazines, and soft skill development training. If you do not have a library card, registration is quick and easy. Visit their website for more information.