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West Harlem »

The Food Pathways Program helps hundreds of NYCHA residents jumpstart their businesses.

Mott Haven »

The Lit Bar could become more than a dream if its founder wins a $15,000 grant.

Ridgewood »

The next Ridgewood Kids Market takes place Wednesday from 4 p.m. at Atlas Park Mall.

Washington Heights »

D'Lolly Lopez has worked for top bakeries in the city but wants to start her own business.

Bed-Stuy »

The 10,000-square-foot space at the old Pfizer building will help entrepreneurs grow their businesses.

Central Harlem »

The free events are meant to connect up-and-comers with seasoned veterans. 

Bed-Stuy »

The nonprofit Young Entrepreneur Salute will help 50 young men develop their business plans this summer.

Midtown »

The fastest growth was in Brooklyn, where the number increased 77 percent.

Financial District »

A lingerie company is trying to combat panty lines with a new line of yoga pants.

Central Harlem »

Companies will have the chance to pitch their apps to potential investors at the first Harlem Demo Day.

Upper West Side »

One frustrated freelancer is taking it upon herself to create a communal neigborhood workspace.

Greenwich Village »

Ten student teams will present their high-tech ideas for healthcare, education and more.

Central Harlem »

Leon Ellis, who owns three businesses along the boulevard, remembers when the strip wasn't as popular.


Meet the doctors, lawyers and all purpose problem-solvers of Brooklyn's burgeoning start-up scene. 

Upper West Side »

The proceeds from Lea Efran's headband designs will go to her school, her mom says.