NYCxDESIGN, NYC’s inaugural citywide event to showcase and promote design of all disciplines, looks to create a platform for cultural and commercial opportunities, elevate established and emerging design practices and increase awareness of and appreciation for design by all audiences.
NYC Business Solutions is collaborating with NYCxDESIGN to offer courses in every borough during the 12 days of events, scheduled from May 10 - 21.
New Year’s Resolution: Review Insurance Coverage
At the start of a new year, it’s important for small business owners to review their business and financial plans. Part of reviewing these plans includes making sure the business’ current insurance still fits the business’ current needs and risks.
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NYC Businesses - What to do During and After Hurricane Sandy
Dear NYC Business Owners:
Please read below to find actions you can take during Hurricane Sandy to minimize damage to your business, followed by steps you can take after the hurricane to recover from any damage you may have incurred due to the storm.
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.
Construction Firms: Mentoring Can Help You Grow
“They help me with my homework when I’m stuck….they help me with my growing up.” These lyrics bring back fond memories of the ’80s campaign for the Children Aid Society, a terrific organization in New York City (NYC) that provides critical services to help mentor children and their families.
Did you know that there are similar programs for businesses to get help with their “homework” and growing?