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County Assistance:

The King George County website provides information on all county departments, elected officials, and important publications (Comp Plan), regulations (Zoning Regulations), and useful forms and applications (business license).  http://www.king-george.va.us/

Business Assistance:

The US Small Business Administration (SBA) provides assistance primarily through its four programmatic functions: Access to Capital, Entrepreneurial Development, Government Contracting, and Advocacy. http://www.sba.gov/.

The Virginia Department of Business Assistance (DBA) provides one-stop services for technical assistance related to business formation, access to capital, and workforce development. (http://www.dba.virginia.gov/.

Virginia Business One Stop is a great One-Stop resource of business information.  The site helps you with questions related to business start-up and expansion in Virginia and includes links to necessary federal and state forms and multiple sites to assist you’re your business start-up.  http://bos.virginia.gov/

Virginia Business Information Center (VBIC) is also available if you are seeking information on how to get your business started in Virginia, or need any business-related questions answered. Professional, experienced business counselors will provide an immediate response to your inquiry or direct you to the right contacts or resources available to help you.  vbic@vbda.virginia.gov or 1-866-248-8814.

The Virginia Economic Development Partnership (VEDP) offers the Virginia Guide to Establishing a Business.  This guide summarizes the major state and local regulations that may impact a business starting in Virginia.  This guide can be found at http://www.yesvirginia.org/pdf/guides/EstablishingBusiness10-11.pdf.

University of Mary Washington Small Business Development Center (UMW-SBDC) provides up-to-date business data, information and assistance with the process of starting and growing a business.  http://economicdevelopment.umw.edu/sbdc/

Virginia Cooperative Extension Service, through educational programs based on research and developed with input from local stakeholders, helps the residents of King George County improve their lives.  http://offices.ext.vt.edu/king-george/