EAC Business Training Course

This 60-hour course is like a mini MBA! Learn every aspect of starting a new business from an experienced instructor and great guest speakers that will take you through topics…

Repairing Credit to Access Small Business Capital

Greater Nexus 89-14 Parsons Blvd,, Jamaica, NY

At this workshop, we will learn: The major role personal credit plays in accessing capital like business loans How to build personal credit & use it to access capital to…

Ready, Set, Go!

About the Webinar:
Ready? Set. Go! is a 90-minute free workshop that takes you all the things you need to think about when going into business.  It provides a general overview of what it takes to start a business; legal considerations and what it takes to fund a new venture. 

About the Speakers:
Thomas Farrell is a lawyer with a great deal of experience with contracts, employment matters, and regulatory compliance. He offers a combination of programs and practices to owners of small- and medium-sized businesses, largely designed to prevent them from being sued or from being investigated by government agencies.

Roy Pellicano ran an IT services company for over 15 years working with small and mid-sized businesses across all industries, from the single computer Mom & Pop to the 63 location company. In addition to supporting IT, Roy advises business teams developing and implementing strategy across the business lifecycle from start-up to exit, including how to implement business and technology transformation.

NYC WBC Hispanic Heritage Small Business Conference

Join the NYC Women's Business Centers as they celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month! Pitch your business for a chance to win $1,500 from Ponce Bank! Network with other influential Latina leaders…

Meet the Lenders

About the Webinar: At this free webinar you will be able to meet with a panel of lenders from different organizations to go over what you need to get money…

QEDC hosts the Women's Business Center. QEDC encourages all women to participate in this and all other QEDC programs.

The Queens Women's Business Center is Funded in part through a Cooperative Agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA). Reasonable accommodations will be made for persons with disability if requested at least two weeks in advance.

This program is supported in part through funding from Empire State Development.

This program is supported in part through funding from the office of the Queens Borough President.


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