Starting a Business
Connecticut Licensing Info Center Website (CLIC)
Access to most licensing and permitting requirements within Connecticut State government.
Connecticut's business registry program gets you registered with state agencies including the Department of Revenue Services, the Department of Labor, the Department of Consumer Protection and the Department of Agriculture.
The Connecticut Economic Resource Center
is a nonprofit, private-sector organization formed and managed through a unique partnership of utility/telecommunication companies and state government.
Connecticut Industry Clusters
State, local and regional economies flourish - and residents enjoy a higher quality of life - when related and interdependent industries in a particular geographic area work collaboratively. Economists refer to these collaborations as industry clusters.
The Connecticut Economic Digest
The Connecticut Economic Digest is published monthly by the Department of Labor and the Department of Economic and Community Development. It includes the monthly release of statistics on economic activity and employment, with many tables of current economic indicators. It also contains a monthly feature article analyzing an aspect of the Connecticut economy, and a leading economic index for the state constructed by economists at the University of Connecticut.
The Connecticut Economic Information System (CEIS)
Database of economic and demographic information about Connecticut, its towns and regions, and other states and countries.