City of Mesa launches

March 22, 2021 at 10:08 am

In February, City of Mesa launched - Your Small Business Toolbox, a FREE comprehensive online toolbox for small businesses to help them start, grow, and find assistance in Mesa. This online resource provides access to critical tools such as business guides, associations and counseling agencies, incentive programs and financial assistance, data resources, entrepreneurship resources, location assistance, as well as guidance regarding permitting, zoning, signage, utility services, licensing, city codes, and much more. If businesses have questions about how to get help, they can find the information they are looking for in the small business toolbox.

"When the pandemic hit, we recognized the critical need to support Mesa's small businesses with tools and resources to weather the storm," Mayor John Giles said. "We provided vital assistance through Mesa CARES, and today we're excited to expand this effort by providing these business tools and many others via"

In addition, at, Mesa businesses can connect to Mesa's HUUB, our online small business digital networking platform that features more than 70 FREE webinars on searchable topics ranging from social media marketing to branding to debt restructuring to operating in and after a pandemic. Mesa businesses can join more than 350 other Mesa companies to network, share ideas, and boost their growth. The Mesa HUUB will be growing with more events, trainings, shoutouts, and new additions in the coming months. Businesses can join this FREE program to stay in touch with the Mesa small business community and the latest news and upcoming happenings.

"Small businesses often don't know where to turn for help when starting or expanding their operations," City of Mesa Economic Development Director, Bill Jabjiniak stated. "Whether starting, relocating, or expanding in Mesa, small businesses can count on to provide them with the resources they need to succeed at every stage of business growth. We are committed to helping Mesa companies grow and prosper."

To learn more about, contact Kelley Keffer at 480-644-6958 or

Office of Economic Development
Contact: Kim Lofgreen
Tel. 480-644-3962