Department of Small Business Services

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Tompkinsville »

The Small Business Services will train store owners so they can sell more healthy foods.

Bed-Stuy »

Learn how to avoid violations, access capital and navigate government regulations on Jan. 11.

East Village »

Small business directly impacted by the explosion gathered at Cafe Mocha on April 9, 2015.

Midtown »

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

Bloomfield »

The West Shore Industrial BID will serve about 50 businesses in Bloomfield and Chelsea.

Bed-Stuy »

Emeline's in Bed-Stuy is the 2,000th business opened under the city's business acceleration program.

Upper East Side »

Ben Kallos is proposing a grant program for small businesses affected by Second Avenue subway work.

South Street Seaport »

More than 300 shop owners still haven't received federal money that was meant to help them recover.

East Harlem »

About 25 businesses gathered Tuesday to hear about help available from city, state and federal agencies.

Sunnyside »

Sunnyside Shines is looking to bring more shopping options to the neighborhood's vacant storefronts.

Civic Center »

The mayor picked Maria Torres-Springer to lead the Department of Small Business Services.

East Harlem »

New Harlem East Merchants Association was one of six winners of the city's Neighborhood Challenge Grant.

Red Hook »

The chiefs of small business agencies from Washington and City Hall checked on recovery efforts Tuesday.

Washington Heights »

Colorful "Explora" campaign to highlight the best the neighborhoods have to offer.

Jackson Heights »

A part of Jackson Heights' historic district is one of the city's least compliant in keeping up to code.