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Are you a small business?

We are here

to help you.

Get personalized guidance & resources for your business.

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RESTAURANTS

"How can I make my restaurant outdoor dining compliant ?"

We'll help you find expert  services through one of our partners.

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IF YOU ARE A NYC SMALL BUSINESS — WE CAN HELP

 

WHAT WE OFFER

As your business opens or reopens, our on-the-ground Small Business Support Specialists can help you grow your business.

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GRANTS & LOANS

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DIGITAL

MARKETING

GETTING

ONLINE

LEASE NEGOTIATIONS

BUSINESS PLANNING

Many small businesses need a better online presence to compete in today’s marketplace.

We can help! NYC Small Biz: Open + Online  creates free, quality websites (including e-commerce) and can also help you improve your search engine optimization.

All Small Business Resource Network Members are eligible to apply for Open + Online. You can sign up for the Network and apply for Open + Online at the same time! 

 
 

CONNECT WITH US

Please contact your local Chamber of Commerce for more information:

 

Bronx: Helpdesk@bronxchamber.org

Brooklyn: BCC-covid@brooklynchamber.com

Manhattan: Helpdesk@manhattancc.org

Queens: Recovery@queenschamber.org

Staten Island: Businesshelp@sichamber.com

 

WHO WE ARE

SERVING THE SMALL BUSINESSES

THAT MAKE NEW YORK, NEW YORK

The NYC Small Business Resource Network is a comprehensive approach to strengthening New York City’s economy and assisting small businesses. The Network was built to support small business resiliency by offering personalized guidance as you open and reopen.

Launched in response to the crisis facing many of the city’s 230,000+ small businesses in the wake of COVID-19, we’ve assembled an extraordinary collaboration of New Yorkers who are committed to small business recovery in our communities.

We are leveraging our relationships with the city’s corporate, financial and professional services sectors, as well as universities, philanthropies and expert volunteers to help small business owners gain access to a range of programs and services.

 

Our public-private partnership is funded by a $2.8 million grant from the New York City-based Peter G. Peterson Foundation and supported by in-kind contributions from  other partners.

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