Business Support Organizations

Sonoma County Connections: Your one stop shop resource for relocating to Sonoma County. Here you will find the who, what, where, and possibly most importantly, the “why” about making a move to Sonoma County for either your business, yourself or your family.

Sonoma County Economic Development Board (EDB): Sonoma County’s information and referral service geared toward helping local businesses start, succeed and grow. The group is a source of facts and figures pertaining to doing business in the county and offers free customized market analysis tools.

California Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development (GO-Biz): California’s centralized economic development department. GO-Biz offers a range of services including talent attraction and retention, business expansion services, site selection, permit assistance, support in clearing regulatory hurdles, small business assistance, international trade development, government interaction and more.

Small Business Development Center (SBDC): The Napa Sonoma Small Business Development Center is hosted by Napa Valley College and provides one-on-one, no-cost business advising and low cost business training to existing businesses and entrepreneurs.

Highway 101 Sign for excellent signage opportunity along high volume 101 traffic corridor.

Workforce Investment Board (WIB): The WIB invests in Sonoma County’s workforce through skills development programs, in an effort to ensure a robust local workforce. Contact them for

SCORE: a nonprofit association dedicated to educating entrepreneurs and helping small businesses start, grow, and succeed nationwide. SCORE Chapter 450 serves the North Coast of California counties including Sonoma, Napa, Mendocino, Lake and Humboldt with free and confidential mentoring and low-cost workshops.

Rohnert Park Chamber of Commerce: Where business and community leaders meet to shape a better tomorrow for their community and to strengthen, enhance, and protect businesses in Rohnert Park by concentrating on the businesses and the community's economic needs.