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Small Business Services Directory
The Baruch SBDC offers free one-on-one counseling and training on all aspects of starting and operating a business. Together with the Field Center for Entrepreneurship within which it is located, certified business counselors and Baruch business school professors provide assistance with a wide range of business challenges. These challenges include the creation of a focused business plan, selecting funding alternatives, understanding financial statements, developing marketing plans, planning an on-line business, and complying with licensing and regulatory requirements. MBA students can provide technical assistance. Note: There are other SBDCs within NYCs five boroughs.
If you or your business are in New York, the SBDC can maneuver you around obstacles to success. Among other things, the SBDC helps clients: understand the importance of a business plan; discover sources of funding; prepare for e-commerce; identify avenues for exporting goods & services; develop marketing plans; assess an invention viability.
This SBDC offers free individualized counseling, specializing in start-ups and expansions. Services include assistance with business plans, marketing plans, financial planning and loan packaging. Also offered are topical workshops on a variety of business related issues, including marketing, franchising and exporting. Note: There are other SBDCs throughout the City. Information for this SBDC and others can be found at WWW.NYSSBDC.ORG.
The SBDC offers free one-on-one counseling to business owners and entrepreneurs. Services include: financial analysis, loan evaluation and packaging, management analysis, business plan development and export assistance. Business seminars and workshops are offered regularly. The Lehman College SBDC can also be reached at 718-960-8806. Call for additional information. Note: There are other SBDCs throughout the City. Check listings in other boroughs.
The Pace University Small Business Development Center specializes in providing, free of charge, one-on-one counseling to existing businesses and aspiring entrepreneurs. This counseling focuses on the development of superior business plans and locating appropriate sources of funding to put the clients' enterprises on a sound financial basis. Note: There are other SBDCs throughout the City. Check listings in other boroughs.
The York College Small Business Development Center's mission is to provide strategic management advisement, education, network resources, assist in assessing market strategies, market trends and to help its clients obtain desired capital. Among other things, the York SBDC helps their clients understand the importance of a business plan, identify avenues for exporting goods and services and develop marketing plans and help in identifying of sub-contracting and prime opportunities.
The mission of the Small Business Investment Company (SBIC) program is to improve and stimulate the national economy and small businesses by stimulating and supplementing the flow of private equity capital and long term loan funds for the sound financing, growth, expansion and modernization of small business operations while insuring the maximum participation of private financing sources.
The Entrepreneurial Development Program (EDP), provides training, technical assistance and business development resources to start-up and existing businesses. The goal is to assist budding entrepreneurs to establish businesses; assist small business owners to retain their business. The program provides classroom training in basic business and entrepreneurship principles as well as individual technical, financial and management assistance.
SoBRO is a not-for-profit organization offering services designed to: Provide education, work readiness and employment programs for adults; Provide existing and newly established businesses with technical assistance, programs and services designed to enhance their ability to compete in the marketplace; and Engage in pro-active community assessment, planning and advocacy in order to strengthen the local economic environment.
South Brooklyn LDC serves retail businesses located on Smith Street and industrial and commercial businesses in the Gowanus and Red Hook communities. It offers assistance dealing with government agencies, real estate referrals, school to work transition, job placement and welfare to work programs.