Recently there has been a flurry of opinion pieces regarding the efficacy of local governments attracting jobs by providing incentives to businesses. Attention on this type of incentives has increased during the past year given the already fixed resources and strained budgets experienced by local government.
Food Producers: So You Want to Stay and Grow in New York City…
“I would like a cappuccino and a chocolate croissant please …” This is a frequent morning greeting heard throughout New York City.
With the uptake of online orders, swelling storage and production needs, and additional retail locations, small food producers can easily outgrow their space. I frequently see businesses with production spread across multiple locations.
My team and I help these clients – and others like them – remain in NYC while continuing to experience growth and promote efficiency in operation.
Manufacturers: Get a Competitive Advantage
Through incentives and services, New York City is working hard to encourage industrial and manufacturing firms to start and relocate in the City. In fact, the City just announced 22 initiatives to help industrial and manufacturing businesses.
Here are just some of the ways NYC is encouraging manufacturers to start and expand:
Lower Your Monthly Energy Bills
Businesses often say, “I would like to open or expand my business here, but it is so expensive. Operating costs are too high. Monthly expenses pile up. Bills need to be paid. How can New York City help me offset some of these costs?”
New York City can help.
So You Want to Make a Movie? Don’t Leave Money on the Table!
Have you ever seen a film or TV show that tries to look like New York, sound like New York, feel like New York – but just was not quite New York.