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IASourceLink connects you to more than 300 business development resources across the state of Iowa.  These resources provide a wide variety of services from funding to business planning, information on regulations, site location assistance and more!

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The 6th Avenue Corridor in Des Moines is a participating Main Street Iowa community.  Iowa’s Main Street communities have made a commitment to the long-term revitalization of their historic commercial districts.  Using the Main Street Four Point Approach®, local leaders have implemented practical management strategies producing fundamental changes in Iowa’s Main Streets.

AccessMyFuture.com is an interactive website that explores careers in the region and provides links to a variety of job searching sites within the region.

Nonprofit that assists business and industry development through revolving loan fund, Main Street Corning, and other business development resources and experience.

Albia Industrial was organized in 1956 with one purpose in mind - to improve the economy of Albia and Monroe County by developing new employment opportunities for the residents of our area.

Allamakee County Economic Development is a nonprofit county based organization focused on economic development and tourism.

The Ames Economic Development Commission (AEDC) stands ready to assist with site location, packaging of financial incentives, or demonstrating an available workforce.

A privately-funded organization of 75 Ankeny, Iowa area businesses dedicated to bringing jobs and tax base to the Ankeny area.

Local entity dedicated to promoting all aspects of economic development for the community of Aplington, Iowa.

AEDC provides resources, information, and low interest loans available to all businesses located in Appanoose County.

Ascent’s mission is to inspire and support Iowa women in business ownership by helping them grow in a meaningful way, to create jobs, drive economies and strengthen communities.

 

Ascent’s mission is to inspire and support Iowa women in business ownership by helping them grow in a meaningful way, to create jobs, drive economies and strengthen communities.

Bedford is a participating Main Street Iowa community.  Iowa’s Main Street communities have made a commitment to the long-term revitalization of their historic commercial districts.  Using the Main Street Four Point Approach®, local leaders have implemented practical management strategies producing fundamental changes in Iowa’s Main Streets.

Belle Plaine is a participating Main Street Iowa community.  Iowa’s Main Street communities have made a commitment to the long-term revitalization of their historic commercial districts.  Using the Main Street Four Point Approach®, local leaders have implemented practical management strategies producing fundamental changes in Iowa’s Main Streets.

Bi-State Regional Commission serves as a forum for intergovernmental cooperation and delivery of regional programs and assists local governments in planning and project development.

BIDCO is a non-profit Corporation operating to attract new busines to Britt, assist existing business to grow and prosper.

brittiowa.com

The BIZ is the place to start for entrepreneurs, connecting to resources, developing business models and plans, validating markets and networking.

www.bizci.org

Black Hawk Economic Development, Inc. is a non-profit organization that provides economic development financing on a state-wide basis.

www.bhed.org

Bloomfield is a participating Main Street Iowa community.  Iowa’s Main Street communities have made a commitment to the long-term revitalization of their historic commercial districts.  Using the Main Street Four Point Approach®, local leaders have implemented practical management strategies producing fundamental changes in Iowa’s Main Streets.

Bonaparte is a participating Main Street Iowa community.  Iowa’s Main Street communities have made a commitment to the long-term revitalization of their historic commercial districts.  Using the Main Street Four Point Approach®, local leaders have implemented practical management strategies producing fundamental changes in Iowa’s Main Streets.

Our championing focus is on attracting and expanding business in the county area, as well as maintaining and developing the complimenting workforce and infrastructure.