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Current Releases

  • Deputy Mayor Alicia Glen and American Express Launch “Shop Women Owned NYC”

    Kicking off Women’s History Month,, Deputy Mayor Alicia Glen, and American Express today launched a citywide, month-long marketing campaign that aims to elevate and promote women-owned businesses. The “Shop Women Owned NYC” campaign will appear on bus shelters, LinkNYC kiosks, digitally, and on storefronts of participating businesses, which includes restaurants, retail shops, and more.
  • NYCEDC Releases Update on ConstructNYC

    New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) today announced progress on ConstructNYC, a program designed to catalyze prequalification and development of small to medium-sized, women-owned and disadvantaged businesses enterprise (M/WDBE) contractors. Since the program’s inception in 2016, NYCEDC has prequalified 64 M/WDBE firms and has awarded nearly $18 million in contracts to work on projects such as demolition work at the Made in NY Campus at Bush Terminal and interior restoration at the St. George Theater.
  • Woman-Owned Venture Capital Firms and Accelerator Selected as WE Venture Consortium Partners

    Deputy Mayor Alicia Glen and New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) today announced the selection of Archer Gray, Future\Perfect Ventures, Golden Seeds Venture Fund, WOCstar Fund, and the Multicultural Innovation Lab at Morgan Stanley as partners of WE Venture, the City’s first Venture Capital Consortium designed to support New York City based tech start-up companies founded by women and minority entrepreneurs.
  • Google, MotherCoders, Launch Tech Training for Local Moms at Brooklyn Public Library

    Today, Google was joined by partners MotherCoders and Deputy Mayor Alicia Glen, founder of, to host a coding workshop for over two dozen New York City moms as part of an ongoing nine-week course taking place at The Brooklyn Public Library’s Macon and Bushwick branches. The program is being put on by the three organizations, in partnership with BPL, to help local moms prepare for careers in the tech sector by providing instruction in HTML, CSS, and Javascript, among other skills.
  • NYCEDC and NYC Parks Release Public Proposal to Design Two New Waterfront Parks Along Harlem River

    New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC), in partnership with NYC Parks, today released a Request for Proposals (RFP) seeking a consultant to design two new waterfront parks at Academy Street and North Cove along the Harlem River. The new parks will provide public waterfront access and recreation for the Inwood community.


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