Business Resources

  1. ChamberofCommerceCOVID-19 Reopening: Reopening Guide for Small Businesses

  2. Disaster Preparedness for Small Businesses - National Council for Safety Protection and Wellness 

  3. Miramar Business Resources

    • Small Business Information Hub: Where to start, no matter what stage of business you're in...
    • BID Contractor Database:  The City Commission has approved the BID Act to 1. provide small, minority, and disadvantaged businesses ... (Create)
    • Business Tax Receipt: Any person wishing to engage in or manage any business, profession, or occupation with the City...
    • Business Directory: Add your business to our Local Business Directory. Find a business service in the City of Miramar. Be Seen by Tourist & Residents.
    • Connect with Miramar: Our Economic Development staff is available to speak and/or meet with you... 
    • Business Events: Upcoming Events & Webinars
    • Available Office Space: This page is available to assist with questions regarding Miramar Real Estate...
    • Hurricane Preparedness: Review resources to help prepare your business for hurricanes
    • Loan Resources: Find out where you can get loans for your business.
    • Miramar-Pembroke Pines Regional Chamber of Commerce: The city will provide $150 towards your 1st-year membership dues...
    • Vendor Registration: Thank you for registering as a vendor with the City of Miramar. The City is developing vendor self-services. Email the Procurement Department if you have any questions while completing the registration process.
    • Get Certified: Small Business Enterprise (SBE), County Business Enterprise (CBE), Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE), or Airport Concessions Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (ACDBE) program requirements
  4. Start-Up Resources

  5. Broward Business Resources

  6. Federal and State

  7. Minority Small Business Grants Explained: Grants are an important source of money to small business owners and entrepreneurs. Grants to minority-owned businesses are key, not just to the businesses themselves, but to the overall economy.

  8. Florida MEP Small Business Consulting Program