Easy access to Hudson Square from in and around New York City makes it even more of a hot destination. The 1, A, C, and E trains all stop nearby, the M20 buses run up Hudson and down Varick, the M21 runs westbound along West Houston and eastbound along Spring street, and the M5 runs northbound along 6th Avenue. Proximity to Penn Station and the PATH Connection at Christopher Street make Hudson Square accessible from the rest of the tri-state area in a matter of minutes.
Valley Economic Development Center (VEDC), a non-profit lender to small businesses, in partnership with the UBS Elevating Entrepreneurs program, is hosting an access to capital event for small business owners at UBS’s Midtown Manhattan office on Friday, February 21, 2014. Small Business Administration’s NY District Director, Adalberto Quijada will attend as a Guest Speaker.
This week NYCEDC announced RISE : NYC, Resiliency Innovations for a Stronger Economy, a competition to identify and deploy new technologies to help small businesses become more resilient to future storms, sea level rise and other effects of climate change. Through RISE : NYC, up to $30 million is available to fund the installation of… Read More ›
The New York City Department of Small Business Services and the New York State Bar Association have announced an important event for startups and other newly formed businesses. This FREE Intellectual Property Clinic will provide pro bono legal advice to startups and new businesses, and answer questions about intellectual property.