We want you to be successful and we can assist in getting you to the right place for the right information quickly and efficiently.  In business, momentum is the name of the game; use these resources to keep your plan advancing.

2The Southeastern Connecticut Enterprise Region is committed to providing assistance to regional entrepreneurs and existing small businesses. They want to help you be successful. If you are an aspiring or existing business owner, use the growing list SeCTer provides to plan and get help from local experts. For aspiring business owners, we suggest that you visit their Writing a Business Plan and Getting Started Pages.

cbrc_2014_logoConnecticut’s Business Response Center, housed at the Connecticut Economic Resource Center (CERC), provides quick and easy access to information on starting, expanding and relocating a business in Connecticut. Their customer friendly information specialists are available free of charge to provide guidance and access to programs and services that support business formation and growth.

Whether you are starting, purchasing, expanding or relocating a business in Connecticut, CT’s Business Response Center wants to make it easy for you to navigate through the various licensing and registration requirements.

Their easy-to-use system will guide you step-by-step through the process leading you to the appropriate agencies, necessary forms and additional information sources.

state-logo-CTThe State of CT online Filing System CONCORD maintains legally required records showing the formation of and fundamental changes to corporations, limited liability companies, limited liability partnerships, limited partnerships and other businesses. The division disseminates that information to the general public, the business, banking and legal communities.

850The Connecticut Small Business Development Center (CTSBDC) provides no-cost advising services to both prospective and existing business owners to help them start or expand their business.