We provide early stage/technology funding and business support services to emerging tech-based startups and existing manufacturers in our 32-county footprint.
The Chamber of Commerce is an integral part of the Broad Top area. Out goal is to support the business community and work with the residential, educational, and service organizations of our area.
The Raystown Builders Association is a group of professional builders and associated businesses dedicated to the promotion and development of the highest ethical and professional standards in the building industry throughout Huntingdon County.
Pennsylvania CareerLink Huntingdon County is a cooperative effort to provide one stop delivery of career services to job seekers, employers, and other interested individuals.
The Huntingdon Chamber of Commerce has been helping to build a stronger economy and a better business community since 1982.Today's agenda is more exciting than ever.
Recognizing the importance of local economic development, Huntingdon County Commissioners R. Dean Fluke, Jeff Thomas and Gary O'Korn are active partners in HCBI initiatives. The Commissioners have identified HCBI as the lead economic development agency for the county. This important designation is accompanied by both county and state funding.
Commissioners Fluke, Thomas and O'Korn are also involved participants in the HCBI Board, as well as Southern Alleghenies Planning and Development Commission (SAP&DC). The Commissioners also chair the Huntingdon County Partnership for Economic Progress (PEP).
The Planning and Development Department is responsible for the administration of the county's planning and community development programs.
The department creates plans for community development needs of land use, housing, economic development, community facilities, cultural heritage, natural resources and transportation.
Raystown.org is designated help you find hotel lodging, vacation rentals, and other unique places to stay, as well as great things to do while you are here. Huntingdon County offers lots of great things to do whether you are into water-based activities like boating and fishing, or land activities like mountain biking and hiking. You'll find amazing attractions, roadside wonders, fantastic shopping and dining, and some of the most scenic views in the country!
JCEL assists student entrepreneurs with funding and expertise to launch new business ventures. Hands-on opportunities are available for Juniata College students from all academic disciplines.
Whether your business is a startup venture or a proven success, Pennsylvania offers the ideal environment to help it grow and thrive. Our culture is one of innovation and collaboration – of neighbor helping neighbor. Here, businesses succeed because of the close relationships they forge with local and state governments, as well as the roots they send down in their local communities. It’s hard to beat the strong work ethic and entrepreneurial spirit found in the Commonwealth!
The Small Business Development Center at Saint Francis University has helped businesses in the Southern Alleghenies region start, grow and prosper for over twenty-five years. The Saint Francis University SBDC is one of 18 Small Business Development Centers in Pennsylvania and is an accredited affiliate of the national network of Small Business Development Centers.
At the Sill Business Incubator, occupants have access to resources that help entrepreneurs start and grow businesses. Business coaches and mentors offer advice, and shared resources reduce costs. Professional offices, light assembly space and a wet lab are available.
Southern Alleghenies Planning and Development Commission serves Bedford, Blair, Cambria, Fulton, Huntingdon, and Somerset counties by fostering cooperation among communities and the agencies that strive to make The Alleghenies a better place to Live, Work and Do Business.
SCORE is a nonprofit association dedicated to helping small businesses get off the ground, grow and achieve their goals through education and mentorship. We have been doing this for nearly fifty years.