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The City of Yuma has partnered with the Arizona Small Business Association (ASBA) to provide city licensed small businesses in Yuma city limits with a free 2-year ASBA membership. Benefits include company listing & access to ASBA’s directory for referrals as well as  educational and networking opportunities.  To activate your membership click here.
AWC Small Business Development Center Yuma (SBDC) provides high quality, one-on-one counseling, resource assistance and training to preserve and create small business jobs and revenue. The SBDC also facilitates capital formation and offers guidance on creation of business plans.
Coworking Oasis is available at the Yuma County Main Library for start-up and small business activities. The library also offers valuable business, finance, and legal resources for the small business community.
Yuma SizeUp is a market research and data analytics tool for small to medium sized businesses and entrepreneurs.  This tool enables a business or entrepreneur to research costs, revenue, customers, location, and marketing strategy scenarios.
Arizona Business Women’s Association (ABWA) provides businesswomen networking and personal development opportunities.
The Arizona Commerce Authority (ACA) is the state’s leading economic development organization whose mission is to attract and retain businesses in Arizona.  The ACA offers weekly webinars through its SMALL BUSINESS BOOTCAMP
ARIZONA@WORK offers hiring assistance and on-the-job training with salary partially subsidized for qualified employees among other assistance.
The Yuma County Chamber of Commerce offers networking opportunities and resources to connect and promote businesses.
Visit Yuma provides tourism marketing and networking with local businesses.
Greater Yuma Economic Development Corporation (GYEDC)  works to expand economic activity by attracting commerce and industry to the region.
4FrontED is an economic development-focused organization that serves as a convener, facilitator, and coordinator for a binational region of over 1,500,000 people. This region includes Yuma County, Imperial County, San Luis Rio Colorado (Sonora), Algodones and Mexicali (Baja California).
Arizona Western College (AWC) is a key contributor to solving the workforce needs of the Yuma area business community. Workforce Education is an extension of the college.  AWC’s Continuing Education program offers workforce and personal enrichment courses in a variety of areas, including business, computers, career and professional training. 
Southwest Technical Education District of Yuma (STEDY) is a career and technology public school district, STEDY works closely with the Arizona Department of Education and any student enrolled in a public, charter, or private school, or is home schooled in Yuma County, can “dual enroll” in a STEDY program. 
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1 City Plaza, Yuma, AZ 85364
 (928) 373-5000
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