The Pierce County Community Navigator program is a partnership of Pierce County's Economic Development Department and seven community organizations to reach underserved small business owners in Pierce County, particularly those owned by BIPOC, women, veterans and people in rural communities. The Navigator outreach team meets with businesses in the communities they serve and assists them with access to business resources. The program is funded by $2.5 million of American Rescue Plan Act funding.
Pierce County Business Skills Program 9 FREE Non-credit Short Courses for Small Business Owners
The Pierce County Business Skills program offers busy small business owners and entrepreneurs a way to work on their business on their own time, at their own pace. FREE, on-demand business skills training is now available to help small businesses start, grow, and stay on track. Classes focus on the basics of how to succeed in business and quickly build skills to immediately put into practice.
Sign up and start working on these key areas for business success: bookkeeping, tax reporting, business planning, business law, sales skills, marketing strategies, graphic design, web design, and intercultural communication. The Pierce County Business Skills Program's free curriculum is developed in partnership with Pacific Lutheran University as part of the Pierce County Community Navigator program and is funded by the American Rescue Plan Act.
Pierce County Community Navigator Organizations
Select a Community Navigator to contact them and start connecting today. Assistance in multiple languages is available.
Community Navigator Events & Programs for Small Business Owners