The Mississippi Development Authority has created the Entrepreneur’s Tool Kit. This online publication consists of four of the most important subjects you’ll need to be familiar with in order to start a business in Mississippi: Preparing a Business Plan; Most Asked Questions; Available Financing; and Reporting Requirements.
The Minority & Small Business Development Division has as its slogan “Building New Partnerships.” The MSBDD is the state advocate for minority and women-owned businesses as well as small businesses in the state. The division also provides resources to business opportunities and financial assistance, as well as training and networking opportunities.
Below are more links that will assist you in navigating through Mississippi’s business resources and regulations.
State Website: http://www.ms.gov/index.jsp
Business Resources: http://www.ms.gov/ms_sub_template.jsp?Category_ID=3
Chamber of Commerce: http://www.2chambers.com/mississippi_state_chamber_of_commerce.htm
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