Small Business Workshop

On Wednesday, February 15th, 9:30 - 11:30 a.m., our office will be holding a Small Business Workshop at Hosteling International, located at 891 Amsterdam Avenue (between 103rd and 104th Streets). 

The workshop will offer local small businesses the opportunity to listen to a presentation by the NYC Department of Small Business Services on financing and program opportunities for small business and MWBEs. There will also be a presentation from the Department of Sanitation on best practices and answering frequently asked questions on ways to avoid fines.

Representatives from the Columbus Amsterdam Business Improvement District and New York Women's Chamber of Commerce on hand to discuss their resources, followed by time to network with fellow business owners. 

Please RSVP below or call (212) 928-6814.

February 15, 2017 at 9:30am - 11:30am
Hosteling International
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