NYCEDC Launches Global Business Exchange with Milan
First Exchange Program since Paris to Launch as Part of the NYCEDC Global Business Exchange
At the World Trade Week Awards Breakfast earlier this week, NYCEDC President Maria Torres-Springer announced the opening of applications for the NYCEDC Global Business Exchange — Milan. The Exchange, in partnership with the City of Milan, will build on the successes of the original Exchange with Paris to link New York City-based startups with cities across the world to attract top-notch business and talent to New York City.
Last week, New York became the first municipality to host a “Best For” campaign, bringing home the global effort led by the non-profit organization B Lab. Here's why your company should take the assessment and compete to be Best For NYC.
A new Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) research report, "Hot Spots 2025: Benchmarking the Future Competitiveness of Cities,” commissioned by Citi, reveals that New York City is expected to continue to be the most competitive city globally in 2025.
Congratulations to the winners of Take the H.E.L.M.: Hire + Expand in Lower Manhattan, a competition that encourages creative and innovative businesses to open a new office or expand an existing office in Lower Manhattan: Booker, STELLAService, Grapeshot, Paperless Post and The Flatiron School!
NYC Department of Small Business Services and NYCEDC announced more than $11 million in loans approved for small businesses through the City’s Emergency Loan Fund, which was made available just days after Hurricane Sandy.
Today we announced the 20 finalists of "Take the H.E.L.M.: Hire + Expand in Lower Manhattan," a competition which encourages creative and innovative businesses to open or expand an existing office in Lower Manhattan.