Small Business Resources

​​​​Curious where to turn for answers during these uncertain times? Dallas College is dedicated to assisting small businesses struggling to cope with the COVID-19 crisis. We're all in this together, and the right help is just a click away.

​Available Resources

  • North Texas SBDC is currently open for business. All of our small business service centers are available to you during this difficult and unexpected time. One-on-one confidential consulting will continue. We are available to assist you by email, phone or video conference.
  • Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses is an education program for small businesses that links learning to action. Participants gain practical skills in topics such as negotiation, marketing and employee management that can immediately be put into action.
  • Score is dedicated to helping small business people through mentoring and training. Volunteer mentor/counselors bring decades of experience in a variety of business disciplines and industries.
  • LiftFund Women's Business Center endeavors to support business owners, especially women and minorities, through business education and business consulting.
  • The Greater Hispanic Chamber of Commerce strives to promote, support and grow the Hispanic Business Community in North Texas. We seek the continuous improvement of the common good and quality of life in the community through effective advocacy, collaboration and access to resources and opportunities.
  • Asian Chamber of Texas was founded in 1986 and advocates for its members in the areas of business, cultural diversity and economic development.
  • Dallas Black Chamber of Commerce serves as an advocate for the creation, growth and general welfare of African American businesses in the Dallas community.
  • The Dallas Regional Chamber is one of the most established business organizations in the nation and serves as the voice of business and the champion of economic development and growth in the Dallas region. We work with our member companies and regional partners to strengthen our business community by advocating for pro-growth public policies, improving our educational system, attracting talented workers from around the world and enhancing the quality of life for all.
  • Women's Business Council Southwest has been helping women-owned businesses grow since 1995. WBCS administers Women's Business Enterprise certification through the Women's Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC), the most widely recognized and respected women's certification in the United States.
  • NAWBO DFW propels women business owners in Dallas-Fort Worth to their next level of success. We proudly present a platform for women business owners to come together as one voice.
  • WiNGS is for women and families. The WiNGS team is here to provide you with resources, support and workshops virtually to help you make sense of it all and get you through your immediate and rapidly evolving challenges.
  • The Study USA stands as a business resource center empowering women-owned and minority-owned businesses. COVID-19 Notice: With the current challenges facing our small business community, we are here to help all small businesses.
  • The Dallas Entrepreneur Center (The DEC) is a 501c3 nonprofit organization driving innovation and economic impact by helping entrepreneurs start, build and grow their businesses. Through a number of innovation hubs across DFW, The DEC Network provides entrepreneurs with education, mentorship, community and advocacy.
  • The DEC at Redbird serves ​as an extension of the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (The DEC), a 501c3 that drives innovation and economic impact by helping entrepreneurs start, build and grow companies. We do this by providing co-working, education, mentorship and advocacy.
  • Holloway Benefit Concepts offers free health benefit discounts cards to individuals or businesses that need it during these challenging times. Many Texans have lost their jobs due to the coronavirus, and that could mean losing health insurance through their employer. Email business owner Ryan Holloway for more information.