Are you interested in starting a business in Austin? You can contact this go-to resource for business development in Austin to answer your questions and get started.
Identify which business permits you need to operate through our BizAid resources. Email us, we will have an open discussion on possible City grants and loans for which your company may be eligible. We happily connect you to State of Texas agencies that may offer additional resources for your company expansion endeavour.
There are over 56 incubators all across Austin, TX. These are excellent places for you to start the expansion of your company to acclimate to the Austin culture and quickly integrate into business networks. Depending on which city you are expanding from and industry you are working in, you may be eligible for our Soft Landing Pads program within select Austin incubators.
Through traditional and equity-based approaches, our department leads the global business expansion, urban regeneration, small business development, cultural arts, and music efforts for Austin. We develop innovative programs that increase the prosperity of Austinites, our businesses and our diverse communities.
Are you considering setting up your business in the Austin Region? Don’t hesitate to contact one of our team members if you have a specific question related to your industry or country.
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Greater Austin Chamber of Commerce | firstname.lastname@example.org
City of Austin Economic Development Department | email@example.com
Austin Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce | firstname.lastname@example.org
Greater Austin Asian Chamber of Commerce | email@example.com
Greater Austin Black Chamber of Commerce | firstname.lastname@example.org
Greater Austin Hispanic Chamber of Commerce | email@example.com
Companies wishing to enter a foreign market can actively seek out support by the embassy or consulate of their home country in another city. Staff members are ready to help you begin.
Another source of support and information is the bilateral chamber of commerce of your
home country. The chamber may assist your company in several ways, including
consulting services regarding market research, trade-show assistance, background
verification, preparation of market entry plans and business referral services.
Find your Embassy / Consulate or Chamber of commerce for this city.