Small Business Saturday boosts support and awareness of local and small businesses nationwide. In light of the upcoming event, we’re taking a look at the economics of small businesses in retail across the five boroughs of New York City.
SBIR IMPACT is a NYCEDC program designed to help NYC-based bio and health tech companies be more competitive in recruiting early-stage funding. In just two years, SBIR Impact has lived up to its name. Here are the numbers to prove it.
Selected from more than 200 applications, the 11 winning RISE : NYC teams stand out for their innovative technologies. Together, they will share $30 million to implement their technologies at small businesses across the 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.
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.
Superstorm Sandy has greatly affected many New Yorkers across the City, including small businesses—new and old. Over the past month, we’ve interviewed small business owners across Lower Manhattan, Coney Island, Far Rockaway, and Red Hook who wanted to share their stories of reopening or begin the process of reopening.