New Business

New Business & Entrepreneurial Support

We know that the thought of starting a new business often means entering into a whole new world of knowledge and support.  It can be a bit intimidating.  Our hope is that we help guide you to the right resources for your business needs.

If you have an idea for a new business and not sure what's next, here are a few things that we think are important to take that idea one step further:

  1. Do Your Research
  2. Plug Into Available Resources
  3. Find the Support You Need
You do not have to go at it alone.  There are many resources available at your fingertips that offer the guidance and understanding that you need as you move from idea phase to launching your new business.

We hope that you consider the City of North Vernon as home for your business.  Why?  Because we are an up and coming business community with a small hometown feel.  Situated within an hour of Indianapolis, Louisville and Cincinnati we are perfectly located for most business needs.  From industrial to new startups, we are home to many and are continuing to steadily grow in numbers.  If you are considering a place to call home for your business, be sure to look through our website to get to know our community.   Also, you are welcome to reach out to the Mayor of our city to become more familiar with our current business community.  Below are some resource that we thought you might be interested in.

Interested in starting a new business?  The State of Indiana offers a fantastic array of options and information about starting a new business.  You might want to bookmark this one! Starting a New Business in Indiana

Looking for some guidance?  You might consider Indiana Small Business Development Center Southeast.  SBDC fosters ingenuity and entrepreneurial spirit and bolsters Hoosier businesses by offering expert guidance and access to a comprehensive network of resources — all free of charge.

Or, want to connect to a local small business community?  Check out the Small Business Network of Jennings County Facebook page.  Be sure to click like and introduce yourself and share a little bit about your business so that the rest of the community can get to know you a bit more.

Need to file state documents for your business? Most filings for Indiana businesses can now be found online at IN BIZ