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The PRCC’s Economic Development Initiatives support small business growth and encourage entrepreneurship by providing bilingual (English and Spanish) business advising, training, licensing, and necessary support at no cost. We are located in Humboldt Park, on the West side of Chicago, and we serve entrepreneurs and small business owners, in any geographical area. We are located in Humboldt Park, on the West side of Chicago, and we serve entrepreneurs and small business owners, in any geographical area.

Business Initiatives department

The PRCC Business Initiatives Department supports small business growth and encourages entrepreneurship by providing bilingual (English and Spanish) business advising, training, licensing, and necessary support at no cost. Contact: bizinfo@prcc-chgo.org
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¡Wepa! Mercado del Pueblo

A small business incubator in collaboration with Chicago Business Centers and Neighborhood Business Development Centers where startups can find support to formalize and grow their businesses. Contact: bizinfo@prcc-chgo.org

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Chicago Alfresco

A partnership with The City of Chicago Department of Transportation (CDOT) to create active community spaces and highlight community-focused placemaking. Contact: bizinfo@prcc-chgo.org

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Illinois Small Business Development Center

Illinois Small Business Development Centers are located throughout the state and provide information, confidential business guidance, training, and other resources for start-ups and existing small businesses. Contact: Honorio Torres, honoriotorres@prcc-chgo.org
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DSBDA

The Division Street Business Development Association was founded over 30 years ago by a group of local business owners who envisioned an organization that could serve as a center of support and growth for locally owned businesses. Contact: bizinfo@prcc-chgo.org





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Puerto Rico Town

Puerto Rico Town is Chicago’s destination for Puerto Rican food and culture, capable of creating jobs and fostering economic development. a lively two-mile-long popular commercial strip that serves the longstanding Puerto Rican community. This corridor has mixed land uses, from residential, to commercial to light industrial—allowing for live-work spaces.
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