Small Business Workshop

Small Business Workshop/ Taller de pequeñas empresas

Councilmen Mark Levine y Ydanis Rodriguez/ Los Concejales Mark Levine y Ydanis Rodriguez

Wednesday March 8, 2017 at 9:30-11:30AM

  • Learn about small business opportunities
  • Discover the best practices for avoiding fines
  • Network with other small business owners

 

  • Conozca las oportunidades de las pequeñas empresas
  • Descubra las mejores prácticas para evitar multas
  • Conectar con otros propietarios de pequeñas empresas

To RSVP for this event, please call (212) 928-6814 or register online at marklevine.nyc/small_business

Para un espacio en este evento, por favor llame (212) 928-6814 or en marklevine.nyc/small_business

Boricua College
3755 Broadway
(entre la calle 155th y 156th)
manhattan, NY 10032
United States
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WHEN
March 08, 2017 at 9:30am - 11:30am
WHERE
Boricua College
3755 Broadway
(between 155th and 156th Streets)
Manhattan, NY 10032
United States
Google map and directions
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