Last week, NYBDC and affiliates The 504 Company and Excelsior Growth Fund provided more than $6.8 million in alternative financing to small businesses. View our list of recently funded loans.
UTICA, NY (August 11, 2016) – NBT Bank Regional President John Buffa announced that Senior Commercial Banking Relationship Manager Mary Ann Hallak-Serwatka has been named the 2016 Lender of the Year by the New York Business Development...
Back in 2011, Marisa Wu, owner of Salty Road, an artisanal salty water taffy manufacturer, decided it was time to move her business to a factory of its own. Through NYBDC's Industrial Neighborhood Business Fund (previously the Food Manufacturers'...
Kevin O’Leary was promoted to senior vice president and New York Metro team leader from vice president at the New York Business Development Corporation (NYBDC). In this position, he is responsible for managing a team of lenders and all of...
We’re launching new series called "Did You Know?" which will provide step-by-step information on small business lending. This week we're focusing on community partnerships.
The NFIB released the Small Business Economic Trends Report. You can access the full report via the link provided.
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The SBA Office of Advocacy released their Quarterly Employment Bulletin, which highlights small business employment data from the fourth quarter of 2013.
NYBDC helps fund Boonville business, Nirvana Water. On Wednesday, August 21st, NYS Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli visits the company headquarters to make the announcement of the loan.
The Center for Financial Services Innovation, Core Innovation Capital and Morgan Stanley released interesting findings around how to serve the Underbanked market.
Released in November 2012 by Morgan Stanley, the Market Sizing Study provides a detailed analysis of the Underbanked Market.
Click "Read More" to access this article from the Community Affairs Department of the Comptroller of the Currency
Women in business is a particular focus of NYBDC’s mission-focused loan programs. Here’s a good article about the issue and the changes over the years.