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Renaissance Business Center

555 Beale Street

The City of Memphis Renaissance Business Center (RBC), a One-Stop-Shop, provides entrepreneurs and small businesses in Memphis with training, one-on-one counseling, access to capital and information to assist in their success. 555 Beale Street Memphis, TN 38103 

Phone:  (901) 526-9300 
Fax:  (901) 525-2357

Greater Memphis Chamber of Commerce

22 North Front

The Greater Memphis Chamber exists to improve our quality of life by consistently strengthening our quality of place. We are a diverse organization of civic, community, business and professional leaders whose collective mission is: Economic Development: To strengthen our area’s existing business and to serve as a catalyst for new commerce and economic development. Community Development: 22 North Front St Memphis, TN 38103

Phone: (901) 543-3500 

Tennessee Small Business Development Center (TSBDC)

555 Beale Street

The Tennessee Small Business Development Center (TSBDC) offers free assistance to help business owners grow and develop successful, thriving businesses. TSBDC has 2 full service centers and 2 satellite offices in Shelby and Lafayette counties, along with several smaller affiliate offices, ready to serve the small business community. 555 Beale Street  Memphis, TN 38103
 Phone: (901) 526-9300 
Fax: (901) 525 2357

Small Business Administration

The U.S. Small Business Administration is an independent agency of the Federal Government that helps people launch and grow their businesses. In addition to providing government guaranteed loans through banks, the SBA offers various counseling and workshops for all entrepreneurs, including women- and minority-owned businesses, and economically disadvantaged business owners.  
555 Beale Street Memphis, TN 38103 

Phone: (901) 526-9300 
Fax: (901) 525-2357 

Black Business Association

555 Beale Street

 Is a nonprofit 501(c) (3) corporation established in 1974 as the American Black Merchants Association.  Initially, the organization was comprised of local African American grocery store owners.  The name was later changed to represent the broadened diversity of its membership. 

The BBA is the largest trade association of its type in the Mid-South.  Among BBA members are self-employed professionals, entrepreneurs, churches, economic development organizations and corporations who all unite behind a single goal of empowerment through entrepreneurship and improvement of business and growth opportunities for minority and women owned business. 

Our community network and outreach efforts are designed to direct consumer spending toward our members. We are proud to celebrate over 30 years of service!

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