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Use the search fields below to find hundreds of organizations in New York City that can provide you with help in starting or running your small business. Included in this searchable database are programs which offer business advice, loans, grants, location assistance, and a wide range of other services for small businesses throughout the city — often at no cost or for a low fee.

Use the search fields below to find hundreds of organizations in New York City that can provide you with help in starting or running your small business. Included in this searchable database are programs which offer business advice, loans, grants, location assistance, and a wide range of other services for small businesses throughout the city — often at no cost or for a low fee.

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The Market provides off-street business locations at affordable rates to former street vendors and micro-entrepreneurs with a strong social, cultural, and economic interest in the local community, who are developing and growing their businesses. The Market also offers a variety of business development services, including basic business classes and ongoing training in merchandising, finance, and technology. Today the Market houses 47 merchants and a seasonal farmers market.

The Center for Entrepreneurship at Fordham University launched the Fordham Foundry in partnership with Small Business Services of the City of New York. Located in a shared office space with NYC Business Solutions on Fordham Road, the Foundry is focused on creating and growing small businesses. The Foundry is an independent, mixed-use business incubator located off-campus that was developed specifically to assist promising entrepreneurs in launching new businesses by providing collaborative workspace, shared office equipment, confidential business consultation, a mentoring program, continuous business education and workshops, and access to funding for qualified early-stage businesses. Membership is available to those in the Fordham community: current students, alumni, faculty and staff from all departments and colleges. In order to qualify for membership, at least one team member must have a connection with Fordham.

General Assembly is an urban campus for entrepreneurs seeking to transform industry and culture through technology and design. They provide programming, space, and support services to foster collaborative practices and learning opportunities. General Assembly does this by creating a multi-faceted campus to serve the needs of high-potential entrepreneurs and advance the startup ecosystem in New York. This community Will not only have a place in which to collaborate, but also take advantage of a new kind of learning-by-doing. Through General Assembly's curriculum, entrepreneurs will receive a pragmatic and multi-disciplinary education at the intersection of design, technology, and entrepreneurship.

The Office of Government and General Contracting's mission is to help enhance the effectiveness of small business programs by working with Government Contracting and Business Development (GC/BD) program offices and others to develop policies, regulations, and statutory changes. GCBD helps small businesses achieve success by providing information and procurement assistance. It administers a number of programs that focus on specific business needs: SBIR/STTR Technology; Goaling; Tech-Net; and Sub-Net.

The Gowanus Canal Community Development Corporation (GCCDC) is a not-for-profit neighborhood preservation organization that was formed in 1978 to revitalize the communities of South Brooklyn, with particular emphasis on the area surrounding the Gowanus Canal. The Gowanus Canal is one of the most challenging, exciting and complex urban revitalization projects in the country. GCCDC is working to innovate on how such a challenge can be addressed. GCCDC’s neighborhood efforts are focused ON achieving this revitalization through our work in housing, environmental repair, commercial and social development.

The Graphic Artists Guild is a national labor union that promotes and protects the economic interests of its members. The Guild publishes the popular title, Handbook: Pricing & Ethical Guidelines. The Guild may also be reached at 212-791-3400.

The Greater Flushing Chamber of Commerce seeks to empower small business owners and local residents to identify resources, advocate for policy reforms and to create economic opportunity. It leverages the community’s rich heritage to develop innovative strategies for economic revitalization and cross-cultural collaboration.  We provide technical assistance, assists entrepreneurs in acquiring low-interest loans and in accessing government resources and offers training to assist business owners in meeting their goals.We are dedicated to creating mutual support networks for those seeking jobs and business assistance.  We advocate for city services and resources to address the challenges small businesses face. Services are available in English, Chinese and Korean.

The Greater Hunts Point Chamber of Commerce works for the benefit of more than 700 industrial businesses in Hunts Point, the largest food distribution center in the United States. The GHPCC hosts business seminars and public events aimed at building connections between Hunts Point businesses, and between Hunts Point and other companies interested in doing business with Hunts Point.

The Greater Jamaica Development Corporation {GJDC] supports economic development in the community with a wide range of programs and services. It administers the South Jamaica Empire Zone and the Jamaica Industrial Business Zone [separately described]. GJDC plans public improvements, economic development projects and programs, and works to facilitate development with public and private partners. In addition, GJDC administers several community-based loan funds including the Economic Development Administration Sponsored Loan Fund and the Minority and Women-Owned Business Loan Fund. These loan programs are separately described.

The Greater Woodhaven Development Corporation is a non-profit organization founded 37 years ago by a group of people dedicated to ensuring the continued viability of Woodhaven commercial properties including Apartment Buildings and of the Woodhaven community. Today, this work is done in conjunction with the Greater Woodhaven Development Corporation, administering the Woodhaven Business Improvement District (founded by the Greater Woodhaven Development Corporation in 1993.) The Woodhaven Business Improvement District was the first recipient of the prestigious Barbara Wolf Award for Excellence from the New York City Department of Business Services in 2000.

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