Looking for help growing a food business or working in the food industry? Use this guide to connect with the right resources.
Step 1: Select your goal.
Step 2: Click on the category that matches your needs.
Step 3: Read through the results and choose a local organization to help you.
Step 4: Call, email, or visit the organization for assistance.
The City of Seattle, King County, State of Washington and the restaurant community are working together to improve the regulatory experience of starting and operating restaurants in Seattle. This guide clarifies the city, county, state, and federal requirements you’ll face as you prepare for your first customers.
The Rainier Valley Community Development Fund was created to assist business along the MLK corridor weather the inevitable disruptions from construction of Seattle’s new light rail line. We continue to spur economic development in the Rainier Valley by offering technical assistance and loans with flexible terms and affordable interest rates.
CIE's vision is that through entrepreneurship and community wealth building strategies, participants in our programs are empowered to build resilient, sustainable, and equitably shared community wealth.
Northwest tech events, resources and fun with a “give first” community attitude.
NAI Puget Sound Properties is a multi-discipline commercial brokerage and advisory services firm that specializes in the leasing and sales of office, industrial and retail properties as well as investment sales of all product types, including multi-family.
MarketShare is a nonprofit building a permanent street food market in Seattle that incubates immigrant and refugee-owned startup restaurant businesses.
Impact Washington is a non-profit organization specializing in manufacturing consulting services for Washington manufacturers.
The SBDC at Highline specializes in providing business and training services to entrepreneurs and existing businesses in order to be successful in today’s economy.
PTAC works to give businesses the opportunity to thrive in the government-contracting marketplace.
The City of Tukwila can provide entrepreneurs with permits and licensing for business development.