Get Business From NYC and NYS Government: M/WBE Certification

About the Webinar:
Learn about getting certified as a Minority / Woman-owned Business Enterprise with NYC & NYS, what you will need to do to obtain government contracts, and how you can leverage your certification to get more business.

About the Speaker:
Since coming to QEDC, Ricardi Calixte has worked with many neighborhoods’ business organizations to help improve the local economy. He spearheaded the development of Corona Plaza, transforming an under-utilized area into one of the borough’s foremost pedestrian plazas. He works closely with merchant groups, foundations, and government agencies to help local communities reach their potential.

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Apply for the NY State Seed Funding Program With Us!

Are you a small business owner who did not qualify for the NYS COVID-19 Pandemic Small Business Recovery Grant Program? Have you been in business for at least six months? […]

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Apply for the NY State Seed Funding Program With Us!

Are you a small business owner who did not qualify for the NYS COVID-19 Pandemic Small Business Recovery Grant Program? Have you been in business for at least six months? […]

Free

November Legal Clinic

The Neighborhood Entrepreneur Law Project's small business legal clinics are an opportunity for entrepreneurs to receive free legal advice during a 45-minute consultation with a volunteer attorney. Please click on […]

Queens Entrepreneurs Meet up – Holiday Edition

Our second in-person meetup is returning during the most wonderful time of the year🎅💫 Whether you're a local small business entrepreneur or a tech startup founder, you're welcome to join […]

How to Get Into a Startup Accelerator?

​Are you a tech founder and are thinking about applying for an accelerator? Do you know how the accelerator selects candidates and what makes a company or an entrepreneur stand […]

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.

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