Entrepreneurs

WorkOne Southeast recognizes that the American economy grows not only by the efforts of big corporations, but also by the individual efforts of entrepreneurs who embody the American spirit of innovation and self-determination. At WorkOne we know that today's entrepreneurs are tomorrow's employers and are the Workforce Heroes of the future and will help keep our area competitive in the 21st century economy.


INBIZ
The state of Indiana is dedicated to making your business experience easier than ever. INBiz is your one-stop resource for registering your business and ensuring it complies with state laws and regulations. Everything from starting a business to maintaining one is simple with INBiz.

Indiana Department of Workforce Development Employer Services
DWD can provide a wealth of information to small and startup businesses in the state. It includes information on grants and tax credits to small business as well as providing relevant data and guidelines for regulatory compliance.

Indiana Economic Development Corporation (IEDC)
The Indiana Economic Development Corporation (IEDC) is the State of Indiana's lead economic development agency. It was established in 2005 to respond quickly to the needs of small businesses within the state. IEDC provides an extensive listing of services, grants and initiatives designed to help small businesses compete in the 21st century marketplace.

Small Business Administration (SBA)
U. S. Government Agency and web site-that provides information and services for small and entrepreneurial businesses. Site includes services such as Small business planner, links to federal and private grants and programs for small business, local resources, productivity tools and interactive forums.

Entrepreneur Magazine
The website provides information resources for entrepreneurs and new business developers, plus ideas for points of entry to markets. Also, experienced advice on structuring a small to mid-sized businesses.

Forbes Magazine, Small Business Exchange
Entrepreneurs are by nature self-actualized people. But even the brightest of us can't know everything about everything related to business. That's when advice from experts can get you through. Forbes Magazine offers a free and open forum to network, ask questions, and share ideas and your expertise with other small business owners.