On February 17th, the City of New York launched Small Business First to reduce the burden of regulation on small businesses and cut government red tape to make it easier for New York City small businesses to start, operate, and thrive.
It’s time to Shop Small in the Village
Mayor De Blasio has issued a 60-day rush offering New Yorkers a chance to reserve their .nyc” domain.
Check out the new information kiosk we’ve put up in Ruth Wittenberg Triangle
Parking limits along 8th Street have been extended from 1-hour to 2-hours
The newly created NYC Business Acceleration Unit offers free services for businesses that are starting and expanding.
Manhattan Sideways explores the treasures of local side streets and documents each and every place. From boutiques and bars, to food and furnishings, to galleries and gardens, Betsy and her team pound the pavement and share their stories.
New York City has announced programs to assist businesses impacted by Hurricane Sandy, including emergency loans, free office space and expedited help navigating city agency permits in order to reopen for business. Click here for more information on city programs.
Businesses can earn tax credits for hiring eligible youth any time between January 1 and July 1, 2012. Find out how next Friday, April 27th at the New York Youth Works information session!
Are you a small business owner in search of affordable healthcare? Take some of the
guesswork out of deciding on the right plan for you and your business and join us for the
Greenwich Village Chelsea Chamber of Commerce’s Small Business Healthcare Seminar!