NYCEDC today announced the winners of “Take the H.E.L.M.: Hire + Expand in Lower Manhattan,” a competition which encourages creative and innovative businesses to open a new office or expand an existing office in Lower Manhattan. The five winners will each receive $250,000 to assist the businesses in moving to or expanding an existing location on or south of Chambers Street.
With over 200 entries to this year's NYC Next Idea 2013 global business competition, we have narrowed it down to six finalists! These top-tier teams will pitch their ideas this week to a panel of elite investors and entrepreneurs for the chance to win the $35,000 grand prize.
NYCEDC and TaxiTreats today announced the launch of Vengo, a new vending machine product from TaxiTreats that will provide such items as gum, mouthwash and hand sanitizer to restaurant and bar patrons in New York City.
NYCEDC and Fordham University today announced the newest class of NYC Venture Fellows, an annual, year-long program to help emerging entrepreneurs from around the world to grow or expand their businesses in New York through executive-level mentoring and exclusive networking opportunities.
Webster Avenue is a major thoroughfare in the Bronx, extending from the neighborhoods of Melrose to Woodlawn. This vision plan focuses on the approximately 1.5-mile long section between Fordham Road and Gun Hill Road, where a convergence of City initiatives and private investment is poised to transform Webster Avenue into a vibrant mixed-use district that serves the needs of culturally diverse neighborhoods and world-class institutions.
NYCEDC and the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE) announced the winners of NYC Generation Tech, a program designed to educate and inspire high school students from disadvantaged areas across New York City to pursue careers in entrepreneurship and technology.