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We understand that Kiva is just one piece of the financial puzzle.  Through strategic partnerships, we’ve identified our best resources and organizations who can continue supporting you as you grow and graduate from Kiva!


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Nav helps entrepreneurs understand their credit and provides opportunities for entrepreneurs to build their credit.  



Grasshopper is a low cost solution that can help with your IT needs and helps your run your business through your cell phone.  Their suite of solutions can save you time and centralize your basic IT needs.


The San Francisco Chamber of Commerce represents over 2500 businesses, the majority of which are small businesses. Through our small business programing the Chamber hosts a variety of events and programs focused on providing small business partners with opportunities to advocate, learn and connect. These programs include: 

Small Business University: Join other small business leaders to learn about ways to impact your business.

Small Business Advisory CouncilLearn about small business policy and regulations impacting your business. 

Neighborhood Business Summits: Learn about District issues and meet with business resource providers.

Contact: Meg Panlaqui (, Phone: (415) 352-8801



PopUpsters is a startup that allows you to organize your own pop up stores in the Bay Area.  

Brooklyn Food Works

The Brooklyn Food Works provides early stage food businesses and culinary entrepreneurs with a shared commercial kitchen. They offer educational events & training, industry experts and 24/7 access to a state of the art, commercial kitchen facility to accelerate business growth.



Slow Money NYC

Slow Money works with food entrepreneurs and impact investors within NYC.  They work to catalyze the flow of capital to our local food system by developing a network of entrepreneurs, farmers and investors guided by new impact investment principles.



Grow NYC

Grow NYC provides both aspiring and established Greenmarket farmers with business technical assistance and training. Technical assistance is provided through both in-house services and through the engagement of cost-shared consultants.



Down to Earth Markets

Down to Earth Markets provide small farmers and food artisans, using ingredients from the Northeast opportunities to test concepts and products by selling through a network of 16 outdoor farmers markets in diverse communities throughout NYC, Westchester and Rockland Counties.



Maker’s Row

Maker's Row works with a range of  large corporations to first time designers; providing access to industry-specific factories and suppliers across the United States, in order to help businesses by making the manufacturing process simple and easy to access.