Established in the heart of educational growth, the Enterprise Center at Salem State University welcomes entrepreneurs, business owners and professionals of all ages and experience levels to come in and learn something new.


The Enterprise Center is an entrepreneurial hub that offers business owners office space, education, and access and connections to small business resources. Serving entrepreneurs on the North Shore and beyond, we invite you to be part of our community. We’re here to help you and your business start, grow and succeed!

Home Away From Home

Whether you’re ready to move out of your home office or looking for an office building that provides a built in entrepreneurial community, business resources and professional growth opportunities – The Enterprise Center is the place for you.

Our single story, 53,000 square foot building is located on a vibrant and beautiful university campus. We currently have office spaces for one or two individuals or larger spaces with individual offices for you and your employees.




Small Business Story

Listen to how Jessica Moody, owner of Moody’s Home & Gifts in Salem, Massachusetts discovered the Enterprise Center and took advantage of our many resources to improve and grow her business. Her participation and experience in our Business Plan Program & Competition, Workshops and CEO Groups directly impacted her success.

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For Parking

Parking for Enterprise Center events requires an Enterprise Center Parking Pass. Parking spots are located around the “Main Entrance” perimeter of the building and marked by “Parking for Enterprise Center tenants and guests” signs. All other spaces are student parking spaces and can result in a Salem State University Police Parking ticket. If you need a Parking Pass please call (978) 542-7528.

Are you a minority-owned company or diverse business that is looking to find more resources to help expand your business? If you missed Enterprise Center’s presentation on Tuesday, June 25, 2024, here is a recap of some of the resources you’ll find in Massachusetts to help your business. 

Mass Development

Mass Development is an organization that offers financing, real estate, and community development solutions to help grow companies and create opportunities. They offer flexible and low-cost financial tools, real estate assistance from experts, and customizable solutions for banks, manufacturers, developers, and industries of different types.  

Northeast Legal Aid

For any business owners of the Cambodian-American community, the Northeast Legal Aid provides legal assistance. This organization understands the racial and economic inequalities that communities of color face. NLA staff will help low-income and elderly people of Northeastern Massachusetts achieve justice through skillful and persistent advocacy. 

Massachusetts Small Business Development Center

At the Massachusetts Small Business Development Center through Salem State University, you’ll find a group of individuals dedicated to helping your business succeed in Massachusetts. They provide free, confidential, one-to-one business assistance and free or low-cost educational training programs. This office also works closely with the Massachusetts Export Center for international trade assistance and the APEX Accelerator Program for government contracting.

North Shore CDC

The North Shore CDC invests in neighborhoods around the North Shore to help create thriving communities. Their community-focused development approach is followed through a model that invests resources into low-income and distressed neighborhoods. The North Shore CDC offers affordable housing, economic and youth development, community engagement, small business assistance, and public art and placemaking. 

Mass. Gov Supplier Diversity Office

The Supplier Diversity Office helps promote diversity, equity, and inclusion in small businesses. Their mission statement includes certifying diverse businesses, connecting these companies with business opportunities and resources, and collaborating with executive agencies and public organizations to help remove barriers and increase spending.

North Shore Latino Business Association

The North Shore Latino Business Association is an organization for small businesses to promote and engage with economic, cultural, and civic resources. This will help the general prosperity of each business and the community at large. The NSLBA assists cities in the North Shore area including, but not limited to, Amesbury, Boxford, Chelsea, East Boston, Essex, Lynn, Salem, Stoneham, and Winthrop. 

If you are looking for more resources for minority-owned and diverse businesses, check out Enterprise Center, where we provide a list of different showcase participants and more.  

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