Our staff remains on the scene of the steam main explosion that occurred in Manhattan at West 21st Street and 5th Avenue, and is working with the Flatiron 23rd Street Partnership to inform local businesses of the business recovery services available. Here are some answers to frequently asked questions from local businesses.
Through tools and resources supported by the NYC Tech Talent Pipeline, companies can more easily build out tailored programs, including fellowships and apprenticeships, which offer opportunities for employment for New Yorkers who are qualified but may lack professional experience.
On Wednesday, June 27th, the de Blasio Administration hosted the 12th Annual Citywide Procurement Fair, attended by more than 600 City-certified minority- and women-owned businesses; and nearly 90 City and State agencies, public authorities, and private-sector companies – making this a record breaking year for both M/WBE and agency attendees.
The NYC Tech Talent Pipeline has released a Request for Proposals (RFP) to identify a qualified training provider to develop and deliver a new training program to prepare New Yorkers with no previous experience in the field for – and connect them to – Data Analyst and related roles in NYC companies. Proposals must be submitted by August 16 at 5 p.m., and any questions about the opportunity are due by July 19 at 5 p.m.
Longstanding, non-franchise small businesses from across the five boroughs can apply to receive up to $90,000 in grant awards. Selected businesses will use grant awards to cover the costs of projects recommended following in-depth business consultations delivered by industry experts.