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Resources

"We are here for you."

We all know that people buy from people they know and trust. We also know that building strong relationships is key to business growth and prosperity. In addition, we recognize that not every business has the infrastructure and resources to meet its needs in today's highly competitive environment.

That's where MCRCC can help.

Middlesex County Business Portal: Dynamic Data at Your Fingertips
The Middlesex County Business Portal is a GIS map-based commercial site selection tool highlighting local, county, state and third party data, including site specific demographics, traffic counts, market opportunity, aerial maps and properties for sale or lease. This interactive system allows you to email, export or print selected data reports.

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The New Jersey Small Business Development Center at Rutgers New Brunswick
The New Jersey Small Business Development Centers network is committed to guiding aspiring entrepreneurs and small business owners to create and expand their business enterprises. Economic impact created by small business development will in turn result in sustainable growth, job creation and statewide economic development and wealth. For more information on free counseling and other services, click here.


Central Jersey SCORE
Central Jersey SCORE serves all of Somerset, Hunterdon, and North and Central Middlesex counties in NJ. We provide free and confidential business mentoring tailored to meet the needs of your small business and your personal objectives. The Chapter offers workshops, free or for a modest fee, for both start-up entrepreneurs and in-business small business owners. For more info on free business counseling and other services, click here.

The U.S. Small Business Administration
The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) was created in 1953 as an independent agency of the federal government to aid, counsel, assist and protect the interests of small business concerns, to preserve free competitive enterprise and to maintain and strengthen the overall economy of our nation. They recognize that small business is critical to our economic recovery and strength, to building America's future, and to helping the United States compete in today's global marketplace.
To learn more about this organization, click here.


UCEDC - Resources and Solutions for Small Business

UCEDC, a non-profit economic development corporation, is dedicated to stimulating economic growth and creating an environment for progress. They have been serving the New Jersey small business community for over 30 years, providing an objective and authoritative voice on business and economic development issues throughout the state.
To learn more about UCEDC’s long-term experience, click here.

New Jersey Department of State – Business Action Center
The New Jersey Business Action Center (BAC) serves as a “one-stop” shop for businesses helping companies to stay and grow in New Jersey, as well as locate in our great state. The Center’s business advocates work to encourage entrepreneurship by supporting businesses of all sizes, advancing the global competitiveness of New Jersey companies, and promoting the State’s attractiveness as a vacation destination and business investment location nationally and internationally.
For more information, click here.

Middlesex County Workforce Development
The Middlesex County Office of Workforce Development (MCOWD) was created by the Middlesex County Board of Chosen Freeholders to administer federal and state job training funds for the benefit of County residents. The Office is a partner of the Middlesex County One-Stop Career Centers. The Office's primary focus is to assist eligible individuals in obtaining the appropriate demand occupational skills that will allow them to be productive citizens and obtain self-sufficient employment.
For more information, click here.