Startup Business

If you’re thinking about starting a new business but you’re not sure where to turn . . . we can help!

Putting all the pieces together to start your own business is a lot of work. That’s why James City County established the Triangle Business & Innovation Center to offer the resources, support system, mentoring, and safe-haven you need to get your venture off the ground.

TBIC

 

 

 

The Triangle Business & Innovation Center (TBIC) is located at 5300 Palmer Lane, Suite 2A (off of Ironbound Road and near New Town in James City County). It is a joint regional initiative between the Economic Development Authorities of James City County, the City of Williamsburg, and York County. TBIC is managed by the Hampton Roads Small Business Development Center.

TBIC provides entrepreneurs and startups in the Historic Triangle (James City County, York County and the City of Williamsburg) with the amenities, counseling, and services necessary to grow a successful business.

Become a Member

If you’re a startup that’s looking for the resources to get you going, we’re the place for you! Learn more about being an in-resident member, a virtual member or if you’re planning to move into the area you can become a mailbox member.

Learn Something New

Learn a new skill, refresh your mind or pass on your knowledge by teaching a class of your own. We are focused on providing our members and community with all the tools they need to thrive.

Help Build Our Community

Don’t wait, get involved today. Members, mentors, investors and service providers all have a huge part in the success of the Historic Triangle. Together, we can all make a difference.

If you are an entrepreneur and would like to find out more about becoming a Triangle Business & Innovation Center client, contact Tim Ryan, TBIC Manager, at 757-565-4373 or e-mail go@tbic757.com.

To visit the Triangle Business & Innovation Center online, please visit tbic757.com, Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn.

View our Essential Guide to Business for help getting started and getting a business license.

 

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