27 Mar

Key points about Disaster Relief due to Corona Virus

The U.S. Small Business Administration is offering designated states and territories low-interest federal disaster loans for working capital to small businesses suffering substantial economic injury as a result of the Coronavirus (COVID-19).  Eligibility – The applicant must be physically located in a declared county and suffered working capital losses due to the declared disaster, not due to a downturn in the economy or other reasons. Examples of eligible industries include but are not limited to the following:hotels, recreational facilities, charter boats, manufacturers, sports vendors, owners of rental property, restaurants, retailers, souvenir shops, travel agencies, and wholesalers. SBA’s Economic Injury Disaster... Read More
24 Mar

Corona Virus Resources for Small Businesses

Resources For Businesses: Loans & Grants Here are some Business Resources to get you through the Corona Virus Crisis. We'll be updating this page as we get new information, so please check back frequently. Small Business Relief Grant Info & FAQ LISC is one of the country's largest social enterprises supporting projects and programs to revitalize under-served communities and bring greater economic opportunity to residents. We invest in affordable housing, quality schools, safer streets, growing businesses and programs that connect people with financial opportunity. In response to the pandemic, we are delivering resources and expertise to support communities, businesses and... Read More
10 Feb

If you missed January’s meeting…

Dawn Pelletteri, founder and CEO of The First Step in Faith L.L.C., provided an inspirational talk about overcoming the obstacles, both professional and personal, that can blur your vision. And without the benefit of a clear vision, it’s difficult to move you and your business forward. Sadly, the elderly or sick will most often say that their biggest regret is not living a life that was true to who they are. What do you do with your time? Did you ever think about how you balance business time with your personal life? The “split” is your own – there’s no…

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14 Dec

A Creative Approach to Review 2019 and Plan 2020…

Couldn’t make the November meeting? “A Creative Approach to Review 2019 and Plan 2020” was a highly interactive and engaging workshop with a fabulous, creative facilitator, Alyse Parise. Here’s what you missed: Exactly as the title suggested, we used insightful questions to provide a fun approach to a 2019 review.  And with new themes set for what’s ahead – we’re ready to rock in 2020! This approach makes planning easier and provides a tool to keep us going on occasions when things become frustrating. Consider what makes (or has made) you happiest in your life and in your business. The…

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07 Nov

2019 Government Procurement & Business Expo

The Farmingdale SBDC, Nassau County Office of Procurement, and the Nassau County Office of Minority Affairs

invites you to the

Government Procurement & Business Expo

Friday, November 15, 2019

10:30 am

Farmingdale State College, Roosevelt Hall

Laura Curran, Nassau County Executive, will be providing opening remarks

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