For 30 years, Accessity has been one of the leading economic development organizations meeting the needs of the local business community.

Business owners are most successful if they have a network of business professionals who can help them through moments of unexpected growth, and challenging times or to connect them with business opportunities. We bring this business support community to our clients.

Find A Resource Partner

Starting or expanding a business is exciting, and it also takes a lot of effort. You don’t have to do it alone! There are many community partners in Southern California that are here to help you throughout your business journey. Accessity is proud to work with an extensive network of local and national partners that we collaborate with that provide free business and financial coaching for entrepreneurs.

Use our directory of partners to identify the best organization(s) for you to work with based on your needs. Enter your geographic location and what type of help your business could benefit from to see what partners are best positioned to support you.

The mission of the Economic Development Program through the Alliance for African Assistance is to provide holistic educational and supportive services to immigrants, refugees, and low-income individuals and families residing in the San Diego community through workshops, trainings, and counseling in financial literacy and micro-enterprise.

As part of America’s Small Business Development Center (SBDC) network and one of the region’s largest ethnic business associations, ABASD offers educational workshops, technical assistance, business mentorship, and access to capital to minority-owned small and disadvantaged businesses, entrepreneurs and start-ups — in hard-to-reach communities.

Una Asociación por y para hispanos donde los Emprendedor@s y Microempresarios de nuestra comunidad. Los talleres, reuniones y seminarios para pequeños negocios, son designados para ayudar al dueño del pequeño negocio a establecerce o hacer crecer su microempresa.

Bet Tzedek lifts individuals and communities out of poverty by providing education, legal guidance, and direct representation for low-wage workers and small businesses from across the city. By creating pathways to economic justice and financial stability, it empowers low-wage workers, helps low-income clients address disputes with the IRS and State Franchise Tax Board, and supports small business owners in starting, maintaining, and growing their businesses.

With a library of webinars and events delivered by credible speakers, a Main St. accelerator, and co-working spaces, the BBB ignites businesses. This office has campuses in Newport Beach, San Diego, and Yuma.

Boots to Business (B2B) is an entrepreneurial education and training program offered by SBA as part of the Department of Defense’s Transition Assistance Program (TAP). B2B provides participants with an overview of business ownership and is open to transitioning service members (including National Guard and Reserve) and their spouses.