The City of Austin Small Business Program offers a comprehensive directory of small business resources offered by local, state, and federal governments and non-profit agencies. Our goal for the City of Austin Small Business Guide is to increase awareness and use of the programs that provide aid in the development of your business. Call 512-974-7800, email SmallBiz@austintexas.gov or visit our website www.SmallBizAustin.org for information about all our services and resources.
|Austin Emerging Arts Leaders||
Austin Emerging Arts Leaders is a chapter of Americans for the Arts Emerging Leaders Network for early-career arts professionals looking for networking and professional development opportunities.
|Austin Federation of Musicians||512.440.1414||
The Austin Federation of Musicians assists local musicians with wages, working conditions and other issues relating to their employment.
|Austin Film Society||512.322.0145||
The Austin Film Society is a non-profit organization that empowers the Austin community to make, watch and love film and creative media by showing great films and premiers; by managing a 100,000 square foot film production facility in central Austin; by awarding grants and supporting filmmakers; by teaching kids and adults about filmmaking; and by presenting the annual Texas Film Hall of Fame awards to raise funds for all of the efforts and projects mentioned above.
|Austin Green Business Leaders - City of Austin||
The Austin Green Business Leaders Program can help you protect the environment save money, and make Austin a more livable place. Businesses that excel in the program are formally recognized as Silver, Gold or Platinum Green Business Leaders; which can give a competitive edge with customers.
|Austin Human Resource Management Association (AHRMA)||800.561.2096||
The Austin Human Resource Management Association's mission is to promote professionalism, effectiveness, and understanding in the Human Resource Management field by offering members a wide variety of professional development opportunities and a common forum for sharing ideas and experiences.
|Austin Independent Business Alliance||512.441.2123||
The Austin Independent Business Alliance (AIBA) is a group of locally owned and operated independent businesses that have joined together to promote the cultural and economic benefits of buying locally. AIBA works to ensure the success of Austin's local independent businesses, so that we can continue to contribute to Austin's rich character and vibrant quality of life.
|Austin Jazz Alliance||
Austin Jazz Alliance helps jazz musicians in Austin and Central Texas promote their music.
|Austin Latino Music Association||
Austin Latino Music Association increases awareness about historical figures in Austin's Latino music scene and fosters the development of young Latino musicians who will keep the traditions alive in Austin.
|Austin LGBT Chamber of Commerce||512.761.5428||
The Austin Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce (AGLCC) cultivates, promotes and empowers the economic well-being of the LGBT business community and their allies through collaboration, education and community development.
|Austin Materials Marketplace||512.981.5417||
In this program, companies work together to turn one company's waste into another company's resource. One company's unused and unusual material can become another company's valuable resource. The program hosts regular networking events.