As a city, we welcome your new business effort. So, just know that whether you represent a national chain or you’re more mom and pop, the Howe Area Chamber of Commerce is here to help. We’ll meet with you to honestly evaluate whether your enterprise or small business is a good fit, provide you with demographic and growth pattern data, and answer your questions. We are here to assist you in the planning, developing, and permitting of your project.
Grayson SBDC 903.463.8787 Graysonsbdc.org The Grayson Small Business Development Center (SBDC) is a management counseling service for small businesses, funded by the U.S. Small Business Administration, the State of Texas and Grayson College. We are part of a network of over 1,000 SBDC offices located throughout the United States and U.S. territories.
Center for Workplace Learning Djuna Forrester firstname.lastname@example.org 903.463.8765 Cwlgcc.org Provides workforce training, community education, and corporate training. Training fields include healthcare, personal enrichment, technical training, business and development growth, and real estate.
Grayson College Jeremy McMillen 903.465.6030 Grayson.edu Grayson College is the local community college that offers advancement and opportunities for small businesses through traditional education.
Howe Area Chamber of Commerce 903.532.6080 Howechamber.com The chamber holds quarterly networking opportunities and hosts events.
North Texas Young Professionals Trish Bridges Northtexasyoungpros.org North Texas Young Professionals provides a forum for young professionals in the North Texas area an opportunity to establish and strengthen their business network; interacts with and maintain activities and organization available to young professionals; serves as an organizational framework for community service, networking, social, influential and educational activities. It provides an opportunity for North Texas young professionals to obtain information and create and maintain the network and leadership skills necessary to serve family, profession, and community. They also influence local and state government officials to remain diligent to promote local business and community interests.