Community Partner Highlight: Cristina Shapiro, Vice President, Urban Investment Group, Goldman Sachs
This week we're featuring Cristina Shapiro of Goldman Sachs and discussing how the 10,000 Small Businesses initiative is impacting businesses nationwide.
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Community Partner Highlight: Sara Garretson, President, ITAC and Alinda Franks, Community Affairs Director, ITAC
This week's Community Partner Feature highlights ITAC and how their organization supports the growth of manufacturing and technology companies across New York City.
TruFund Financial Services has undergone a recent rebranding process. Today, we are highlighting TruFund Financial Services President, James Bason, to discuss what this means for the organization.
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.
Community Partner Highlight: Miquela Craytor, Vice President and Director of NYC Industrial and Income Mobility Initiatives
Today we are featuring NYBDC Community Partner, NYCEDC. Click below to read the full interview with Vice President and Director of NYC Industrial and Income Mobility Initiatives, Miquela Craytor.
How does a man with an undergraduate degree in civil and environmental engineering and an MBA in finance find himself as a personal trainer and owner of a New York City gym?
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.
Today we are featuring long time NYBDC Community Partner, EWVIDCO. Click below to read the full interview with Executive Director, Leah Archibald.
When a local bank couldn't provide assistance, they recommended NYBDC to help brothers Mike and Tim Fuller purchase The Hidden Cafe restaurant.
Chobani yogurt has experienced tremedous growth over the past 5 years. NYBDC financed an SBA 504 loan to help the brand's creator, Hamdi Ulukaya, purchase his yogurt plant and get his start in the business.