The 504 loan program is an economic development program designed to promote growth and job creation for small businesses. NYBDC's Linda Zou was selected to speak about the program at the SBA Financing Seminar.
More than 400 businesses showcased their brands at the Bank Financing Pavilion at the International Franchise Expo.
NYBDC sponsors Brooklyn's first food and beverage trade show, Brooklyn Eats. The event, hosted by the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce, showcased more than one hundred Brooklyn-based food businesses.
Shmaltz Brewing secured financing from Ballston Spa National Bank and Empire State CDC to open the first brewery in Clifton Park, NY.
NYBDC's Yuri Schmidt Participates in the SBA's 'Alternative Financing Platforms to Fund Your Business' Panel Discussion
It's important for small business owners to know that there are resources available when a bank loan is not. NYBDC participated in the SBA's panel discussion about these alternative financing options.
To help food entrepreneurs learn more about the different types of employees, EWVIDCO hosted labor and employment law specialist, Rania Sedhom, at their Employment Law Roundtable.
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The goal of Outreach is to make a difference in the lives of children and adults struggling with alcohol and drug addiction. This year, NYBDC Senior Vice President, Jim Goldrick, was honored by this esteemed organization.
ITAC Solutions Fair is an opportunity to foster collaboration between manufacturers and technology experts.
Southwest Brooklyn Industrial Development Corporation is committed to the economic growth and development of businesses throughout Southwest Broooklyn. NYBDC is proud to sponsor our community partner, SBIDC's annual Sunset Swing event.
Each month, Arami Jung will be publishing an article in KoreaDaily. May's feature highlights the benefits of the SBA 504 Program.
NYBDC Community Partner, EWVIDCO, honors local business leaders at their Annual Awards Celebration. Click below to read more about the event.
The Community Advantage (CA) program is a new SBA pilot loan program designed to meet the credit, management, and technical assistance needs of small businesses in underserved markets.
Attaining financing to grow their small business is often challenging for food entrepreneurs. EWVIDCO's financing workshop, highlighting the NYC Food Manufacturers Growth Fund, serves as a means to help bring awareness to financing opportunities.
The Brooklyn Fund, created by NYBDC in partnership with the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce, focuses on Immigrant and Veteran owned small businesses throughout Brooklyn.
The Food Manufacturing Fund, managed by NYBDC, provides a vast array of resources to businesses in this critical industry. NYBDC chose EWVIDCO to help provide technical assistance for the fund.