News & Press Releases- New York SBDC

News & Press Releases

14 March 2019

SBDC Success Stories - Meet Chelsea Brownridge

(VIDEO) - Conversation with America's SBDC Success Story, Chelsea Brownridge, New York SBDC Client and Co-Founder of DogSpot

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24 February 2016

The NYC Small Business Climate: Weathering Every Challenge

"Yet despite its challenges, New York City offers self-starting entrepreneurs an inviting market for moving forward on a business plan. NYC has become a destination for small business owners, especially as the only metropolitan area in the state to add private sector jobs over the past decade."

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9 December 2015

Brooklyn Public Library’s 12th Annual PowerUP! Business Plan Competition Awards More Than $30,000 to Borough Entrepreneurs

Brooklyn SBDC client, Shelly Marshall, "claimed a $15,000 prize for Island Pops, a frozen dessert company that will sell hand-crafted ice cream, ice pops and shaved ice in flavors rooted in Caribbean culture."

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12 November 2015

Brooklyn SBDC Director Attends NYC Veterans Day Breakfast

Brooklyn SBDC and Veterans Business Outreach Center Director, Rob Piechota, attended the 2015 NYC Veterans Day Breakfast.

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4 June 2015

¿Quieres convertirte en una exitosa empresaria?

¿Cómo conseguir un préstamo de negocios? Es la pregunta que muchos se hacen a la hora de abrir una pequeña empresa o si necesitan capital para ampliar su negocio. La Organización de Latinos Empresarios, OLE, es una unidad del Centro de Desarrollo Empresarial del estado de Nueva York y te dice cómo hacerlo, de manera gratuita y en español.

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5 August 2013

Business development center expands to help Sandy victims

"Working on the theory that it’s important to help people right in their own backyard, the Brooklyn Small Business Development Center (SBDC) at City Tech has opened four new offices in neighborhoods that are still trying to recover the devastation brought by Superstorm Sandy last October."

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5 November 2012

Sandy's small business victims: We don't want loans!

"More than 100 business owners jammed into a standing-room-only meeting Thursday afternoon in the Red Hook neighborhood of Brooklyn to hear New York City officials describe the relief assistance available to entrepreneurs who saw their restaurants, stores, warehouses and other businesses devastated this week by Sandy's flooding... "

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