2020 Erie County Business Assistance Directory

Modified: January 16, 2020 5:25pm

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The 2020 Erie County Business Assistance Directory, a comprehensive and current fifty-page compilation of business and government agencies, economic development service providers, transportation, planning, and zoning information, and much more, is now available!

The Directory is intended to assist a businessperson or someone unfamiliar with Erie County by providing a comprehensive guide to the local business and governmental landscape in order to reduce the time needed to get the information they need to start and operate a business here.

The 2020 Business Assistance Directory has information on twenty-one potential areas of inquiry for interested business owners including utilities, workforce development resources, small business startup and technical assistance, engineering assistance and environmental resources, tourism, and more, as well as an inclusive alphabetical indexes for local agencies and individuals.

Click here to view the guide.

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