The idea of forming a company can seem like an overwhelming process to many first-time entrepreneurs. But small business owners in the San Diego area have a number of organizations that can help them with filing an LLC or any other business matter, San Diego News Room reports.
In terms of general small business mentoring and advice, the site reports, small business owners can seek assistance from a number of programs such as SCORE or a local small business development center like those located at Miracosta College and Southwestern College.
There are also a number of business incubators in the area, which help provide low-cost facilities and advice for entrepreneurs. Many, such as the University of California at San Diego’s CONNECT program and the San Diego Technology Incubator, focus on specific industries such as clean energy, technology or healthcare, according to the site.
The San Diego region has helped nurture a number of new businesses in the area, particularly technology startups. The San Diego Union-Tribune reports that 300 technology startups formed in the area in 2009, and 57 more were created in the first quarter of this year alone.
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