Resource Partners

The United States Small Business Administration (SBA)

The United States Small Business Administration helps aid, counsel, assisit, and protect the interest of small businesses by providing financial, contractual and business development assistance while advocating on their behalf within the goverment. The SBA district offices deliver SBA programs and services to the public. Through an extensive network of field offices and partnerships with public and private organizations,SBA delivers it's services to people throughout the United States, Puerto Rico, U.S Virgin Islands and Guam.

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South Central Texas Regional Certification Agency (SCTRCA)

The South Central Texas Regional Certification Agency is a 501 (c) (3) Non-profit Corporation that represents several public entities in the South Texas area. These entities are dedicated to enhancing participation for disadvantaged, small, minority and woman owned buisnesses in the public/ goverment contracting and purchasing activites.

Maestro Entrepreneur Center (MEC)

The Maestro Entrepreneur Center in partnership with HCA de SA promote and support the educational advancement of small minority,woman and veteran-owned businesses throughout the community.  The center offers an array of training, workshops and other business programs through a strong network of partners, entrepreneurs, mentors, or "Maestros."

The United States Small Business Administration (SBA)

The United States Small Business Administration helps aid, counsel, assisit, and protect the interest of small businesses by providing financial, contractual and business development assistance while advocating on their behalf within the goverment. The SBA district offices deliver SBA programs and services to the public.

Alamo Real Estate Investors Association(Alamo REIA)

Alamo Real Estate Investors Assosiation support the HCA de SA in providing outreach on initiatives, special projects and seminars. Alamo REIA will also refer individuals/buisnesses seeking assistance that would benifit from becoming members of HCA.  In addition, Alamo REIA will also help explore possible grant and civic opportunites with the HCA.

Alamo Asian American Chamber of Commerce (Alamo AACC)

The Alamo Asian American Chamber of Commerce is an agency that is designed to meet business community needs with a primary focus on international business.  As a voluntary organization of individuals and local businesses that unite together to advance the commercial, financial, industrial, and civic interest of a culturally diverse community.

San Antonio Water System (SAWS)

The San Antonio Water System provides a free service that will allow memebers of small, minority, or woman-owned businesses to register as a vendor.  The service is free and will allow members access to: new contracting and procurement opportunites, plan holders lists for construction projects, plans and specifications for RFQ or RFP projects, your buisness profile in the SAWS database.

City Public Service Energy (CPS Energy)

CPS provides a service for members who want to join called BSAG. This award winning program will allow memebers exclusive access to: mixers and events to connect with other builders and industry leaders, featured story on their newsletter as well as coverage on social media, representation through marketing materials at the many events through the year, and access to homeowners/buyers/ and industry leaders through sponsorship opportunities (i.e: Solar Fest, Green Home Tour, etc.)

San Antonio Chamber of Commerce

The San Antonio Chamber of Commerce in partnership with HCA de SA  offers an opportunity for small, minority, or woman-owned businesses.  Joining the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce will allow you to participate and bring value to you, your business and the greater San Antonio community.

West San Antonio Chamber of Commerce 

The West San Antonio Chamber of Commerce was estblished in 1994 by Col Jimmy Casiano and a group Westside buisness owners in an effort to provide the Western Sector buisness community with a voice to help promote growth and commerce. Today, the West San Antonio Chamber of Commerce helps to promote the commercial, economic and social wellbeing of the westside community of San Antonio and its affiliates.  

San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce 

The San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is the first organization of its type in the United States, having been originally charted as the Mexican Chamber of Commerce in 1929.  Today, the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce is San Antonio's leading resource and advocate for Hispanic businesses, Hispanics in business, while providing premire access to the Hispanic market. 

Café Commerce

Cafe Commerce estabished itself in June, 2014 at the San Antonio downtown public library with a specific goal of making entrepreneurships easier and to strengthen the support infrastructure for many local small business owners.  Cafe Commerce is the one-stop shop for entrepreneurs, startups and small-businesses to obtain personal support, information, resources, market data, and utilize personal guidance to start and maintain their business.  

Alamo City Black Chamber of Commerce

The Alamo City Chamber of Commerce advocates policies while establishing coalitions which help improve buisness opportunities for African Americans, and provide a foundation for a diverse and prosperous regional economy. Alamo City Chamber of Commerce helps promote, encourage, and provide programs and services, which contribute to economic development and growth for the African American, minority and small business throughout San Antonio.

South San Antonio Chamber of Commerce 

 South San Antonio Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to their members.  Members can offer a discount exclusivly to other South Chamber members. Member incentives for every member referred to the Chamber. South San Antonio Chamber of Commerce is a great way to develop and grow your small buisness in the San Antonio area.