Contra Costa SBDCPleasant Hill, CA

Business Organizations and Associations

Directory of Business Organizations and Associations

Business organizations and associations offer a variety of excellent events and resources for business owners and entrepreneurs. We encourage you to visit their websites for more information and for details about upcoming events.

The mission of the East Bay Leadership Council is to advocace on public policy issues affecting the economic vitality and quality of life in East Bay region.
East Bay EDA is a public/private partnership serving the East Bay to grow businesses, attract capital and create quality jobs via a professional, globally competitive, economic development delivery system.
SCORE is a nonprofit association comprised over 40 volunteer men and women business counselors in Alameda and Contra Costa counties. SCORE's mission is to provide professional guidance and information to America's existing and emerging small businesses.
BNI provides a structured environment for the development and exchange of quality business referrals.

Downtown Business Associations

The Downtown Business Association (DBA) is a coalition of over 500 businesses and property owners working to promote the business and civic activity downtown.
The Todos Santos Business Association is a collaborative effort of local organizations to develop and maintain a vibrant, prosperous and hospitable downtown.


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