On Thursday, December 4th at 11:00 am, New York City Deputy Mayor for Housing and Economic Development Alicia Glen, NYCEDC President Kyle Kimball, Manufacture New York CEO Bob Bland, and Salmar Properties Co-Founder Marvin Schein will announce a new manufacturing initiative in Sunset Park, Brooklyn.
NYCEDC today announced that 13 promising New York City-based food manufacturers have been awarded scholarships for the Crain’s Made In New York event on Thursday, October 23, hosted by Crain’s New York Business and Taste NY.
NYCEDC today announced the grand opening of the 133,000 square foot Broadway Plaza retail development, already creating approximately 200 new full and part-time jobs in the Riverdale/Kingsbridge sections of the Bronx.
NYCEDC and Community Solutions today announced the grand opening of Mother Gaston Boulevard Pops! (MGB Pops!), a pop-up marketplace in Brownsville, Brooklyn featuring food and retail from local entrepreneurs.
NYCEDC and ShopRite today announced the grand opening of ShopRite of Gateway Center in East New York, which will create more than 350 full and part-time jobs in the area and bring fresh produce to an underserved neighborhood.
The Mayor’s Office of Recovery and Resiliency Director Daniel Zarrilli today announced a request for proposals, issued by NYCEDC, seeking a team of experts to conduct an assessment of New York City’s shoreline that is vulnerable to sea level rise and erosion.
NYCEDC today announced the latest delegation selected in the World to NYC Global Industry Challenge, a competitive program designed to help globally leading businesses establish operations in New York City, and local companies and community groups benefit from best practices from around the world.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio today unveiled Digital.NYC, a first-of-its-kind online platform that will serve as a centralized hub for the City’s tech ecosystem, providing information and resources to help turn ideas into businesses, deliver valuable tools for digital startups, and connect New Yorkers to opportunities in the City’s tech ecosystem.
NYCEDC and the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) announces the winners of the 2014 class of Design Entrepreneurs NYC, a free, intensive, “mini-MBA” program that educates emerging New York City-based fashion designers on how to run a successful label.