Marshall Public Library, Pocatello, ID
Marshall Public Library, Pocatello, Idaho
113 South Garfield Ave.
Pocatello, Idaho 83204
(208) 232.1263




Business Resource Group

Made up of fifteen Bannock County nonprofit groups, agencies and organizations, the group aims to increase the success of small businesses in the region by giving entrepreneurs easy access to the wealth of information and assistance available to them.

Business Resource GroupDownload the BRG Brochure PDF

Bannock Development Corp.

1651 Alvin Ricken Drive
Pocatello ID 83201

  • A private, non-profit economic development organization working for continued growth and diversity in Bannock County
City of Chubbuck

5160 Yellowstone
Pocatello ID 83202

  • Business planning, zoning, and licensing for the City of Chubbuck
City of Pocatello

911 N. 7th
Pocatello ID 83201

•Business planning, zoning, and licensing for the City of Pocatello

Eastern Idaho Development Corporation

1651 Alvin Ricken Drive
Pocatello ID 83201
Contact: Tom Maydew

  • Certified development company licensed by the SBA to write small business loans for land, building and long-term equipment
  • Loan programs are available through the City of Pocatello, Small Business Administration, and Rural Development
  • Low down payment programs available
  • Competitive interest rates
  • Terms up to 20 years on real estate
Greater Pocatello Chamber of Commerce

324 South Main
Pocatello ID 83204

  • Strives to foster a favorable business climate for organization members as well as the entire community 
Idaho Dept of Labor

430 N. 5th
Pocatello ID 83201

  • Electronic job listings that are searchable nationwide
  • Write, edit, and manage your own listings 24 hrs a day
  • Online review and screening of candidates
  • On-site visits to your location to review job requirements & duties
  • Information on wage rate competitiveness
  • Help scheduling interviews and provide interview space
  • Labor market information
  • Labor law information
Latino Economic and Devolopment Center (LEAD)

625 W. Pacific
Blackfoot ID 83221

  • A non-profit, economic development center dedicated to global community development by assisting individuals, families, small business, and micro-entrepreneurs build assets within their community through integration and asimilation into the economies of Eastern and South Central Idaho. Bilingual (English/Spanish).
Marshall Public Library

113 S. Garfield
Pocatello ID 83204
232-1263 x21

  • Books, Magazine articles, and pamphlets about starting a  business
  • Trained staff to assist information searches
  • EIFIC, Eastern Idaho Funding Information Center, funding information for non-profit and for profit businesses and individuals
Old Town Pocatello

111 N. Main
Pocatello ID 83204

  • Vision: A downtown that is a destination for locals and tourists alike; a destination that is celebrated for its history and uniqueness, providing an appealing retail mix, desirable commercial space, quality housing, unique common areas, and major        community events
Portneuf District Library

5210 Stewart Ave
Chubbuck ID 83202

  • Books, Magazine articles, and pamphlets about starting a business
  • Copies of state laws
  • Trained staff to assist information searches
Regional Development Alliance, Inc

2300 N. Yellowstone Hwy
Idaho Falls ID 83401

  • Financing qualified businesses that seek to expand in their seven county service area
Small Business Administration

  • In conjunction with their partners, they provide service in primarily three areas: financial assistance, management assistance and procurement assistance
Small Business Development Center

1651 Alvin Ricken Drive
Pocatello ID 83201
Contact: Tom Maydew

  • No cost, confidential small business consulting
  • Extensive schedule of low and no cost training events
  • NxLeveL Entrepreneurs 12 week training course offered in March and Sept.
  • Small business check-ups
  • Research assistance
  • Professional referral assistance
Southeast Idaho Council of Governments, SICOG

214 E. Center St
Pocatello ID 83201

  • Mission: To provide SICOG Communities technical information, planning, financial assistance, grant writing, and coordination of assets to develop and improve community and economic development in Southeast Idaho
Workforce Training (ISU)


  • Non-credit classes and free seminars designed to develop the knowledge, skills, and attitudes required in today’s workforce