The City of Austin Small Business Program offers a comprehensive directory of small business resources offered by local, state, and federal governments and non-profit agencies. Our goal for the City of Austin Small Business Guide is to increase awareness and use of the programs that provide aid in the development of your business. Call 512-974-7800, email SmallBiz@austintexas.gov or visit our website www.SmallBizAustin.org for information about all our services and resources.
From group meetings to galleries, neighborhood gatherings to weddings, fundraisers to concerts, meditation sits to yoga classes - we want to offer space for shared community initiatives that bring Austinites together by hosting programs that serve the community at large.
|Veteran Business Loan Initiative - City of Austin||
Low-interest business loans for Veterans.
Austin Convention & Visitors Bureau's Music Office makes sure all visitors experience local music by marketing to travelers and booking bands for group conventions, luncheons & off-site receptions.
|Volunteer Legal Services of Central Texas||512.476.5550||
Pro bono legal service. Apply online.
COVID-19 emergency funding for businesses.
|Whole Foods - Local Producer Loan Program||
Whole Foods Market provides low interest loans to independent local farmers and food artisans.
|Womans Chamber of Commerce of Texas||
Economic empowerment of women focused in three strategic areas: Business and leadership development, relationship networking, and advocacy in the private and public area.
|Women in Jazz Association, Inc.||
Women in Jazz Association, Inc. provides Concert Series and Vocal Performance Workshops for performance opportunities and experiences of local professional and amateur jazz vocalists.
|Work Opportunity Tax Credit - U.S. Department of Labor||
The Work Opportunity Tax Credit is a Federal tax credit available to employers for hiring individuals from certain target groups who have consistently faced significant barriers to employment.
|Workplace Posters - U.S. Department of Labor||
Some of the statues and regulations enforced by the U.S. Department of Labor require that notices be provided to employees and/or posted in the workplace.
|Zero Waste Business Rebate - City of Austin||
Qualifying businesses can earn up to $1,800 in rebates to start, expand or improve recycling, composting or other zero waste programs.
|[Re]verse Pitch Competition||
Pitch competition to turn raw materials that are leaving local businesses into the new materials.