The New York SBDC is a network of 22 campus-based centers and dozens of outreach offices that provide free business counseling to startups, entrepreneurs, and small business owners
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New York SBDC Locations
The New York Small Business Development Center (NY SBDC) is a network of 22 campus-based centers and outreach offices across NY State. Our centers provide free business advising and free and low-cost training to startups, entrepreneurs, and small business owners with goals to grow and stay competitive in NY. The NY SBDC is part of America’s SBDC, the association that represents America’s nationwide network of Small Business Development Centers (SBDCs). We are administered by the State University of New York and funded by the U.S. Small Business Administration, the State of New York, and host campuses.
New York SBDC Business Training
In addition to business advising, New York SBDCs provide business training to startups, entrepreneurs and small business owners across New York State. Most of our business training is free and focuses on starting or growing an existing small business. Training topics range from business plan writing, crowdfunding, startup tips, preparing to sell a business, to digital marketing and more.
Services for Small Businesses in New York
The New York State SBDC offers free counseling to any New Yorker hoping to start or grow a small business. The SBDC also offers a host of programs designed for specific groups of entrepreneurs or focusing on particular business needs.
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United “States Black Chamber Of Commence
Affectionately known as the “National Voice of Black Businesses”, The U.S. Black Chambers, Inc. (USBC) provides committed, visionary leadership, and advocacy in the realization of economic empowerment. Through the creation of resources and initiatives, we support a network of African American Chambers of Commerce and business organizations in their work of developing and growing Black enterprises.
LI African American Chamber of Commerce, Inc., a participating organization in the Community Navigator Pilot Program, is funded in part through United States Black Chamber’s grant with the U.S. Small Business Administration.