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The Brooklyn (Kings County) Hispanic Chamber of Commerce’s  (BHCC) main focuses are (but not limited to): their Business Incubator Program, which assists aspiring entrepreneurs in getting started by providing extensive and thorough education to those who wish to become small business owners; processing loans as Technical Assistance Providers for the US Small Business Administration (SBA); assisting with Minority- and Women-Owned Business Enterprise (MWBE) certification as an affiliate for the NYC Department of Small Business Services and hosting Educational/Networking seminars for new/ existing business owners.  Services are available in English and in Spanish.

2359 86th Street , 2nd Floor
Brooklyn, NY 11214
Contact Rick Miranda, President & CEO

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Dear Mr. Miranda,
My name is Keith Agard and i met you at the Dominican Day Event at Borough Hall with Eric Adams of whom I used to work for when he was a Senator. I informed you then that i was a grant and funding writer and also design community (non-profit and for profit plans and programs. You at the time informed me that you would like for me to come to your office and work on some projects. You gave me your card with your personal number however as i informed you i was leaving to Texas the following day for contract work. I am preparing to return from Texas soon and wish to know if my skills and talents can still be used by your office. I can be reached at 646-474-5729 or keithagard1@gmail.com

Thank you,
Keith Agard

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