Small Business Assistance Centers provides following services:
- Accounting assistance
- Business management counseling
- Completing federal, state and local certification applications
- Contract procurement assistance
- Estimating/Bidding assistance
- Identifying local resources
- Loan packaging assistance
- Marketing plan development
- Referrals to financial assistance programs
How does YBAC works:
The Architect of SBAC.
Many people believe starting a business is a mysterious process. They know they want to start a business, but they don’t know the first steps to take. At the same time there are business owners who have explicit knowledge on their core business but they may not know the magnitude of potential internal problems and external threats. In either case, having a support system that can navigate you from ambiguity to certainty would be a great advantage. With that in mind, Mr. Bal Joshi, the founding General Secretary of Nepalese American Chamber of Commerce and newly appointed Executive Director of YBAC sought the need of this platform. He conceptualized and architected the vision and Mr. Manoj Sigdel, the founding member of Nepalese American Chamber of Commerce has been instrumental on technical design front.
As the number of small businesses continues to grow, the potential questions and concerns grows as well. And the list of services might be limited only by your imagination and some personal preferences. To lessen these problem and let you focus on your day to day core business activities, YBAC will be working as a liaison to get those question and concerned answered. Our pool of skilled and experienced business resources who are in a position to make suggestions will not only help answer your question but also can help expand the scope of your business.
Chamber Mentorship Program
NACOC Chambers exclusive mentor/mentee program is a one-of-its-kind opportunity for your business to team up in one of the most rewarding experience business Leader.
This program is designed to build connections between new business owners and established business owners of Dallas Nepalese business community. The program consists of face-to-face meetings and events throughout the program year, including discussions to set and track goals.
Over the course of the program, students:
Write a business plan
Interact with business professionals
Pitch their business plan to potential investors (think ABCs Shark Tank!)
Legally register their businesses
Actually launch their own businesses
This program offers new entrepreneurs the chance to:
Learn about real businesses – why they succeed or fail.
Hear from local entrepreneurs.
Launch their own business.
Become more confident in their ideas and their abilities.