Grow Your Business












Do you have a great idea for a business but you're not sure where to start?

Have you already gotten your business rolling, but you're short on resources?

Do you need information or a quiet place to work?

The Cherry Hill Public Library is here to help you.

Your Office-on-the-Go @ the Library

Here at the Library, we offer what small business owners need at low or no cost. Think of us as your Office-on-the-Go!

  • Free WiFi
  • Fax/Scan/Copy/Print Services
  • In-Library Cafe
  • Research & Planning Materials
    • Local and national business publications
    • Industry research you can't get for free anywhere else
    • Books on every topic - write a business plan, learn the law, market your product   
  • Outlets at every desk - bring your laptop, stay all day
  • Charging stations for your personal device
  • Meeting room space
  • WiFi hotspots, Tablets, GoPro Camera - available to check out for FREE

Have a business, but need a storefront? Rent the Library's Pop-Up Shop!

Saturdays only, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

$50 rental fee

For more information, contact Meredith Meyer at 856.903.1234 or

Small Business Tools & Industry Research

The following online resources are available only through your library - these can be used either inside the library or remotely.

If outside of the library, you will need your library card number to gain access.


Accurate, current data on 51M U.S. businesses and 293M consumers. This powerful tool allows you to create a list of new residents in your target market, gain insight into consumer choices, use mapping to select the best location for your business, and so much more.

Regional Business News

Full-text access to nearly 100 regional U.S. & Canadian business publications dating back to 1990. Includes newspapers, magazines, and other trusted news sources.


NJ's Premier Business to Business Directory - includes nearly 65,000 New Jersey businesses.

Business Source Elite

Full-text access to hundreds of top business, management, and economics publications (including peer-reviewed). Topics include accounting, banking, finance, international, marketing, sales, and more.

Small Business Reference Center

A wealth of tools for the small business owner: Start-Up Kits, Business Plan templates & samples, full-text NOLO reference guides, helpful videos, state-by-state start-up information, and so much more.

Legal Information Reference Center

Full-text legal reference books, thousands of legal forms, general legal information. Topics include business law, financial planning, property and real estate, and more.

Organizations That Can Help You

Whether you need a mentor, professional training, or good quality information, these organization are here to help you and your business. In most cases, services are at no cost.

SCORE: Southern New Jersey Chapter

Find a mentor, in-person or online training, free information and tools. Local chapter of a national organization.

UCEDC: Small Business Loans and Training Programs in NJ

UCEDC is a NJ-based non-profit dedicated to boosting small businesses. With a focus on assisting underserved people and communities, UCEDC provides training and mentoring as well as loans and funding opportunities

NJ Small Business Development Center (SBDC) at Rutgers-Camden

Workshops and one-on-one appointments with a business consultant - learn about starting up, business plans, marketing, financial statements, and more. Part of the nationwide network of SBDCs, in partnership with the U.S. Small Business Administration. 

Federal and State Government

Get the forms, licensing, records, tax information, and assistance you NEED for your business directly from the government.

State of NJ Business Action Center

Phone: 866.534.7789

AKA the NJ Business Portal, provides free assistance from the State on how to run your business. Check out Starting a Business for all your start-up needs.

U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA)

409 3rd Street, SW

Washington, DC 20416

Phone: 800.827.5722 (SBA Answer Deck)

Federal agency dedicated to helping Americans start, build, and sustain small businesses.