Through its Business Development Services, the Toledo Regional Chamber of Commerce provides everything from one-on-one counseling for day-to-day activities to long-term growth strategies to help you continue to succeed in the future. Best of all, the majority of these services are offered at no, or very low, cost to you.
Small Business Development Center
The Small Business Development Center (SBDC) provides free one-on-one counseling centered around the business planning process, including financing, market research, marketing strategies, management and cash flow analysis. Learn more.
Minority Business Assistance Center
The Minority Business Assistance Center (MBAC) provides a variety of business development services to minority business owners. Staffed with certified business counselors, we can help with loan and bond packaging services, management, technical, financial and contract procurement assistance. Learn more.
Manufacturing Technical Small Business Development Center
Through the Manufacturing and Technology SBDC (MTSBDC), manufacturing and technology specialists provide businesses with one-on-one counseling to assist in the development and commercialization of innovative technologies and advanced manufacturing. Learn more.
Toledo Area Small Business Association
The Toledo Area Small Business Association (TASBA) is the Chamber’s small-business division, working to enhance and promote a favorable business climate for small businesses (150 or fewer employees) in Northwest Ohio. Learn more.
Northwest Ohio Solar Initiative
The solar industry will be a key component of economic development as our region leads the New Manufacturing Economy. The Northwest Ohio Solar Initiative was developed by the Chamber to accelerate the growth of the solar industry in the Toledo Region. Learn more.
Business Development Resources
Starting a Business (or thinking about it?) Already is business and looking for additional resources? The Toledo Regional Chamber of Commerce is the place to begin if you want to give your business the edge it needs to succeed in the New Manufacturing Economy. Learn more.