Connecticut Secretary of State business data via API

The Cobalt Intelligence Secretary of State API allows you to get business data all via API!

Reach out for an API key.

Example of calling by business name:

        const url = `https://apigateway.cobaltintelligence.com/search?searchQuery=${encodeURIComponent(businessName)}&state=${state}`;

        const axiosResponse = await axios.get(url, {
            headers: {
                'x-api-key': this.apiKey
            }
        });

Example of calling by entity/secretary of state id:

        const url = `https://apigateway.cobaltintelligence.com/search?sosId=${encodeURIComponent(sosId)}&state=${state}`;

        const axiosResponse = await axios.get(url, {
            headers: {
                'x-api-key': this.apiKey
            }
        });

Test and get API key here – https://cobaltintelligence.com/secretary-of-state

SDK and examples here – https://github.com/cobalt-intelligence/cobalt-int-sdk

Transcript:

Hello. I am Jordan Hanson with cobalt intelligence. I’m talking about the secretary of state API, where you can get business data with the state that’s registered with the state, and you can do it for multiple states that they were going to be talking about how you get it with Connecticut. So here we go.

Uh, oh, not Connecticut. This is the Connecticut business registration data. And we’re going to send over an example here and see if we can find a good example for us. How about this one?

I didn’t find that. Okay. Let’s try it. Everyone.

Didn’t find that one either. Okay. Hopefully we can find one. I’ll find one, one way or another. There we go. As a business. How about this one? All right. We’ve got the business here. This looks do. I don’t recognize it yet. Well, I’m over here with this data. Now we’re going to try to do this with the API. We not sure how to do it with the API.

And if you use our SDK, we have a JavaScript SDK that can make this really easy for you. So if you’re using it, um, without the SDK. So if you’re just using a basic, that’s totally fine. Come over here. Use the URL right here. You’re just passing the, this, all this will be in the comments, passing the search query and the state.

Your API feed that you’ll add. You’ll ask for me. Tell me, Hey, I would like an API key, please. Um, I’ll give you a beta one or a test 100 a month. Or if you want one bigger than that, then we can talk about pricing and then bam pass an API key, right there done and never returns. The access just wants that data.

And we come over here to examples. If you’re wanting to use the SDK like this. Hold on. Oh, I don’t want that Connecticut there. And this was going to look like if you use the SDK, you’re going to initialize it with an API key. You’re going to pass in the business name. You’re going to pass in the state and then get your details.

As easy as that, man, I really should be passing in running this while we talk, because it takes like a second. And I sit here waiting. Okay, there we go. Bam. Same thing. Yep. Oh, that’s right. See, same data here we have over here. Is it stuff we got when we started principle now? Okay. Now, if you want to do it via their entity ID or secretary of state ID, we can do that too.

So you come over here. If you were using the, just the API right here, just like this. Oh, I close it. Okay. Okay.

Okay. So let’s say you’re using just that. You’re just using the base API. You don’t want to use the SDK all you do as far as ID passing that to right here in Coda, if you want to be safe and then the state, and then you pass an API key here and the headers, and you’ll get the data back easy. Now, if you use an STK.

Initialize it with the API key, same way and facet this function here. Get business details pass. So I say, oh, remember we talked about this or should we be doing this well, should we be running while I talk about this? You’ll pass and get business details by SOS ID. Oh, look at that way. Anything here? It should be like this ID like that, like that.

Nah, that’s better. Right. Okay. And, uh, that’s, uh, co-health and tells and secretary of state get business data for Connecticut.