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New Service for Small Business

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Cari Marshall,Tulsa Chamber, Jeremy Hegle, Kansas City SoureLink, Howard Barnett, OSU Tulsa President and Patrick Cuningkin, entrepreneur.
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By KWGS News

Tulsa, OK – The Tulsa Metro Chamber of Commerce announced today the launch of Sourcelink Tulsa. It is a new program created to spur growth of small businesses and start-ups in the area.

In a community the size of the Tulsa Metro Region, there are a number of nonprofit and government organizations offering business-building services. However, individuals who own a small business or those who wish to start one are often overwhelmed with questions or challenges and may not know where to find help.

SourceLink Tulsa provides a simple, free answer to that challenge. SourceLink is a referral network that links small and emerging business owners to area resource partners who provide a range of services to help business grow and prosper. The program is based on a model created by Kansas City's Kauffman Foundation and is offered at no cost to entrepreneurs and participating resource partners.

The website is SourceLinkTulsa.com or call 918-560-0275.