Financing Your New Business Meet Micro Lenders who fund new Businesses & Startups. Sign-up for their financing panel seminar Fegs’ WEALF Fund: Micro Financer of non interest loans to women entrepreneurs up to $5,000 first round and the loans come with your own advisory group of Mentors, seminars and workshops! Continue Reading →
We think New York is great for small business — and so do our clients. If you — or your business — reside in New York, the Columbia-Harlem Small Business Development Center (SBDC) can maneuver you around the obstacles to success. Continue Reading →
CSMG Capital Solutions is flipping the script for the 21st century and they are starting the movement in Harlem. Continue Reading →
“In many instances, [financial mistakes] are due to poor financial planning on the front end of starting the business,” said Marc Price, business author and director of operations at ExpertBusinessAdvice.com. Continue Reading →
Join the 125th Street Business Improvement District for the Small Business and Affordable Care Act at 361 West 125th Street Auditorium in Harlem, NY. Continue Reading →
Join Harlem World Magazine’s Danny Tisdale and CSMG Capital Solutions founder Shana Heath:
12:30 pm, Monday, June 16th, EST
CSMG Capital Solutions provides businesses access to funding up to $3 million dollars.
They offer the easiest and quickest way for businesses to apply and receive a business loan. Continue Reading →
They offer the easiest and quickest way for businesses to apply and receive a business loan.
Small Business Saturday is a day (should be more days) dedicated to supporting small businesses across the country and especially in Harlem. Continue Reading →
Derrick and Eula Guest the husband and wife team are the owners and co-founders of Griot’s Roll Film Production & Services Inc., an on-line marketing company that provide Video Services in-and-outside of Harlem. Continue Reading →
How much would it help independent small businesses if each person who lived or worked nearby came in and spent a few dollars every month–money that would otherwise go to an online retailer or a big national chain? According to research from a nationwide campaign called the 3/50 Project, if half of employed Americans spent $50 per month total at three locally owned shops or restaurants, small businesses’ annual sales would rise by a whopping $42.6 billion. Continue Reading →