CREDC visits over 100 Clark County traded sector businesses each year, taking a consultative approach to help companies reduce costs, save time, optimize talent, and grow sales. CREDC leverages its public and private sector partners at the local, state, and federal levels to connect businesses with resources to help them succeed.
WE CAN HELP.
Our services are confidential and provided at no cost. We can assist to:
Coordinate business-to-business meetings with local executives.
Compile local market data and demographics specific to industry sectors.
Identify sites both on and off the market that fit your company's needs.
Facilitate introductions to potential partners and supply chain
Pinpoint new market opportunities.
Determine relevant incentives to reduce project costs.
Provide connections to resources to recruit, screen, and train employees.
Assist by expediting permits through city, county, and state agencies.
Act as a business concierge to mobilize regional and community resources to
ensure business growth and project success.
Collaborate on public relations opportunities.
Connect businesses with education partners, from K-12 to
community colleges and four-year institutions.
Facilitate access to capital, from traditional lending to angel funding.
Washington Procurement Technical Assistance Center
Free one-on-one counseling and training
WSU Vancouver Business Growth Mentor & Analysis Program
Pro bono, student-conducted analysis and consulting services
Manufacturing experts and industry resource networks helping Washington State manufactures become more globally competitive
Preparing your business for international markets
Governor's Office for Regulatory Innovation & Assistance
Online business service center where you'll find tools to help you plan, start, or grow your business
Business partnerships with higher education
Providing entrepreneurs and small business owners with confidential, free business mentorship
Washington Small Business Development Center
Assist owners and managers across every aspect of your business management
Loans that strengthen businesses, families and the environment
Recommended banks and credit unions in Clark County
U.S Small Business Administration
Delivering loans, contracts, counseling sessions and other forms of assistance
Clark County Green Business
Assisting businesses find ways to cut costs, conserve resources, educate employees, and reduce waste
Washington State Tax Incentives
A number of incentives available, from manufacturing to biotechnology
Local Economic Development Incentives
See the incentives programs for each jurisdiction within Clark County
Clark Public Utilities Tax Incentives
Commercial/Industrial lighting incentive and custom projects
NW Natural Tax Incentives
Natural gas equipment incentives
TAKE THEIR WORD FOR IT.
Our Strategic Partners
For more information on growing and expanding in Clark County, Washington, please contact
Max Ault, Vice President, Director of Business Development
at 360-567-1055 or firstname.lastname@example.org.