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Find ideas to grow, finance, manage, market your Walla Walla business, and much more. There are sections on starting a business in Washington, choosing a location, government requirements, operating a company, and more.

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If you are thinking of starting a business, this is the place to be. We have resources that help you go from idea to opening your business.
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There are many ways to grow a business—but the best way is to be consistent and have a plan.
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It costs money to start a business. Funding your business is one of the first—and most important—financial choices most business owners make. How you choose to fund your business could affect how you structure and run your business.
Don't operate in the dark. Taking short courses in business can help you avoid mistakes, which means you will save money and grow your business faster. The links below include low-cost training courses for business management and supervision.
Protecting your business means protecting it from lawsuits, theft, and disasters. It also involves creating a succession plan so your business continues under new management. You will find resources for all of these in the buttons below. Privacy Laws and Non-disclosure Agreements are but one example.
Find resources specifically for women, veterans, minorities, and youth who run their own business. Government and non-profit agencies provide most of these programs, but there is private sector support as well. Also listed are best of the web, federal, state, and local resources for specific industries. This includes restaurants, retail, manufacturing, agriculture, and many others.