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The One-Hour Business Plan - John McAdam
Call Number: 658.11 B
ISBN: 9781118726228
Publication Date: 2013-09-30

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The Right-Brain Business Plan - Jennifer Lee
Call Number: 658.401 L
ISBN: 9781577319443
Publication Date: 2011-03-15

Links to Local Resources

  • City of Fayetteville
    Provides information about economic development programs, incentives, business privilege licenses, tax credits, zoning, building and site approval and more.
  • Cumberland County Register of Deeds
    This office handles filings for sole proprietorships, partnerships and corporations doing business under an assumed name.
  • Cumberland County Chamber of Commerce
    Provides incentive packages to businesses looking to expand or relocate to Fayetteville, a listing of businesses available for purchase or lease and more.
  • Cumberland County Tax Administration
    The Tax Collector's Division, as mandated by statute, is responsible for collecting all property taxes, other taxes imposed, fees and assessments.
  • Cumberland Regional Improvement Corporation
    A non-profit business and community development corporation. They have several programs including Minority Technical Assistance, General Managerial Assistance and Small Business Loans.
  • FTCC: Small Business Center
    Works to improve the success rate of small businesses by assisting prospective and established business persons.
  • Methodist University: Center for Entrepreneurship
    Promoting free enterprise in the Cape Fear Region, CFE sponsors a number of programs like the Boot Camp for Budding Entrepreneurs and more.
  • Small Business and Technology Development Center
    Helps small business owners and entrepreneurs meet the challenges of today's business environment and plan for the future of their business.
  • Center for Economic Empowerment and Development
    The CEED provides programs and services for women and men that assist entrepreneurs by developing and enhancing their business skills.
  • Innovation Fund North Carolina
    Innovation Fund North Carolina is a statewide initiative led by Catawba Valley Community College as a Kauffman Foundation and Innovation Fund America pilot project in order to provide technology start-ups in North Carolina with the resources necessary to become thriving businesses. Innovation Fund North Carolina seeks to improve the odds of promising technologies turning into great companies that are led by extraordinary entrepreneurs

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Fayetteville, NC 28306-3141
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