News & Press Releases

5 April 2015

When a disaster like the East Village explosion visits your block

Matthew Flamm
Crain's New York Business

Baruch SBDC director Ulas Neftci explains how keeping small business documentation is critical to surviving disasters and disruptions of all kinds.

30 March 2015

Vets train to transition back to civilian life

Mark Baker
NEWS10 ABC (Albany, NY)
The Boots to Business class at the Watervliet Arsenal teaches veterans how to start a small business.

27 March 2015

SBA rolls out business competition for products to assist women

Eric Reinhardt
Central New York Business Journal
The SBA has launched, "InnovateHER: 2015", a nationwide competition for entrepreneurs focusing on products and services that will benefit women and their families. The Onondaga SBDC hosted a competition in Syracuse on March 26. (Full text for subscribers only.)

17 March 2015

America's #1 Trusted Small Business Development Network Celebrates 35 Years

WASHINGTON DC - America's Small Business Development Centers (SBDCs) kicked-off their 35th Anniversary Monday, March 16th with a reception and SBDC client showcase on Capitol Hill. Representative Steve Chabot of Ohio, Chairman of the Committee on...

2 February 2015

With Help from BU and NYS, Minority and Women Run Businesses Get Fast-Tracked for Contracts

Haley Silverstein
Binghamton University Pipe Dream

Starting later this month, Binghamton University will be helping minority- and women-run business contractors navigate their competitive industry.

28 January 2015

Program Aims to Help Veterans Re-Enter the Business World

Lauren Halligan
The Saratogian

A new type of conference debuted this week at the Watervliet Arsenal, educating veterans on how to break into the business world. About 35 local veterans, young and old, attended the free, first-time program entitled The McNulty Business Conference for Veterans. Attendees participated in an accelerated program called Boots to Business: Reboot.

28 January 2015

Affirming Values of Living Wage

Emma Sapong
The Buffalo News

A story summarizing efforts in the Buffalo community to promote the importance of a living wage. Andrew Delmonte, the social enterprise coordinator with the Buffalo State SBDC, is quoted.

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