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Business Link is pleased to bring programming and resources to Alberta entrepreneurs to drive the growth and resilience of Alberta businesses. This page highlights all the resources you may need to stay up to date on what is happening at Business Link.

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About Business Link

Business Link provides customized business advice and support for small business owners and entrepreneurs starting, running, and growing their own businesses. We provide one-on-one support and guidance, market research, access to experts, training, networking opportunities, and specialized support for Indigenous and immigrant entrepreneurs. Business Link strives to provide support services that will drive the growth and resilience of Alberta businesses.

These support services include: 

  • Expert business advice and support
  • One-on-one support and guidance
  • Market research, on-demand digital resources, guidebooks and interactive tools
  • Education, training and networking opportunities
  • Specialized support for Indigenous and immigrant entrepreneurs
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Supporting Small Business

We have supported thousands of entrepreneurs and business owners over the past 25 years. Over the past year we have worked with over 5000 clients at many different stages of business. Learn more about the impact we had on small businesses in Alberta by reading out annual report.


We worked with 5139 clients.


We fulfilled 9075 client inquiries.

Type of Inquiries

  • Idea Stage: 2110
  • Market Research: 1479
  • Inquiries related to regulations, permits, licenses, etc.: 1095
  • Business plan inquiries: 732
  • Business plans reviewed: 104
  • Financing inquiries: 1684

Press Releases

When is it time to reach out for help?

Business Link Launches Online Province Wide Directory to Encourage Supporting
Local Alberta Businesses

March 9, 2021

Business Link has served as a one stop shop for small business owners throughout the pandemic, and now, as businesses enter the recovery stage following shutdowns from COVID-19, this support will be even more relevant. Business Link strives to support Alberta businesses with their unique needs at any stage of business, and in support of that, Western Economic Diversification Canada (WD) and the Government of Alberta have provided Business Link with additional funding to support entrepreneurs and business owners through this challenging time. Read more…


Business Link receives additional funding from Western Economic Diversification Canada and the Government of Alberta to support COVID-19 recovery for small businesses.

August 4, 2020

As small businesses continue to develop an online presence – Business Link is excited to provide a free, easy-to-use platform for Alberta business owners to list their business, reach new customers, and increase marketing exposure. The newly launched Support Local AB small business directory was designed and developed by the team at Business Link. Read more…

In the News

Alberta Small Business Owner in coffee shop working

‘Business Link’ offers advice to small business during pandemic

The provincial and federal governments say small businesses can seek free advice, coaching and information on COVID-19 resources and supports.

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Alberta non-profit launches coaching program to support small businesses recovering from COVID-19 pandemic

A non-profit organization supporting Alberta entrepreneurs is launching one-on-one coaching to help businesses land on their feet after being hit by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Business Link – Doing Its Part

Small business owners are facing big challenges in the wake of COVID-19. Business Link has gathered current information and resources available to businesses as they work through the implications this has had on them.

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We want to acknowledge that in the province of Alberta we are situated on the traditional territories of Treaties 4, 6, 7, 8 and 10, ancestral homeland of diverse First Nations groups, Métis and Indigenous people whose ancestors have walked this land since time immemorial and whose histories, languages and cultures continue to influence our vibrant community. We pay respects to the Indigenous people of this land, past, present and future, while recognizing their cultural heritage, beliefs, and relationship to the land on which we reside.

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