Louisiana’s Small and Emerging Business Development Program helps entrepreneurs by providing training sessions, financial and legal resources, marketing tips and computer skills.
The First Stop Shop has all of the information about which forms and permits you’ll need in order to start your business in Louisiana.
The Louisiana Small Business Development Center www.sbdc.org/Default.aspx is another place you can turn to for business counseling, training and resources. The LSBDC’s workshops cover subjects such as: financing your business; writing a business plan; organizing your office for more productivity; accounting tips; marketing; and legal issues.
Below are more links that will assist you in navigating through Louisiana’s business resources and regulations.
State Website: http://www.state.la.us/wps/wcm/connect/Louisiana.gov/Home/
Business Resources: http://www.state.la.us/wps/wcm/connect/Louisiana.gov/Business/
Chamber of Commerce: http://www.2chambers.com/louisiana_state_chamber_of_commerce.htm
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