GO-Biz Launches California Business Portal: One-Stop-Resource for California Business Owners
The Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Department (GO-Biz) was created by Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. GO-Biz has launched an on-line tool for businesses, which is described as a one-stop-shop website for business owners looking for assistance and information.
The California Business Portal provides information to business owners on starting a business, relocating or expanding a business, permits and licenses required, and general information on California Regulations. Key features include:
Business Quick Start Guides: The Business Quick Start Guides assist businesses with Registration and Set-Up. They are ideal for the ten most common business types in California. These business types range from Barber Shops and Beauty Salons, Fitness Centers, Restaurants and Bars, to Online Businesses.
Registration & Permits: Topics range from Registering a Business, Staying in Compliance, Obtaining Permits, and Information on California Regulation. This portion of the California Business Portal provides business owners information regarding necessary permits to operate a business legally and business owner requirements to start, maintain and expand their business.
Workforce: Gain information about Training Employees, Employer Registration, Workers’ Compensation, Wage and Hour Laws and the Affordable Health Care Act.
The California Business Portal truly provides business owners with a hands-on tool for direct information and questions. The portal is customizable for each owner’s individual needs and contains a service desk where businesses can get direct answers to specific government-related questions. The California Business Portal will truly make businesses better with these easy to obtain resources.
For more information visit: California Business Portal
Posted on Thu, October 15, 2015
by Kara McComb