American Indian Chamber of Commerce provides a format for American Indian entrepreneurs to promote their business, for corporations to connect with American Indian businesses, to act as a liaison on tribal economic development issues and to offer the best in resources, training and networking for the American Indian business.
Arizona Business Connection provides regulation and licensing information to start a business and has informative publications to help guide the process.
Arizona Department of Liquor Licenses and Control To vigilantly promote the health, safety and welfare of Arizona citizens by licensing the liquor industry and assuring compliance with state liquor laws through collaboration, training, adjudication and enforcement.
Air Quality Information (Maricopa County): Issues air quality permits, writes regulation, and enforces codes for Maricopa County.
Arizona Captive Insurance Program Customized insurance program designed by its owners (associations, groups or even individuals) to be more responsive to their specific needs than traditional insurance.
Grand Canyon Minority Supplier Development Council , a non-profit organization, is an organization of corporations and minority business enterprises dedicated to providing increased procurement and business opportunities for minority business of all sizes.
National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development is the first national non-profit 501 (c) 3 corporation created and directed by American Indians, solely dedicated to developing American Indian economic self-sufficiency through business ownership.
US Women’s Chamber of Commerce is designed to, establish and invest in new economic platforms, and align our leadership, political votes and purchasing with the economic and community interests of women.
Women Business Builders is a free, educational networking group open to all women in business or those thinking of starting one.