Events

NYSBDC at York College upcoming and past events

Past Events

Sep 26

Meet The Lenders
Queens EOC 09:30 AM

Aug 22

Starting a Business at 50+
3H15 09:30 AM

Jun 27

Doing Business With The Government
AC-3A04 09:30 AM

May 23

Business Plan Writing
AC-C107 09:30 AM

May 10

Boots To Business/ Reboot
AC-1E03 09:00 AM

Mar 28

Empower Women - Owned Business
AC-1M07 09:00 AM

Mar 26

Mastering Cash Flow
3M01 10:00 AM

Feb 28

Business Seminar 2019
M-107 11:00 AM

Feb 14

Entrepreneurship
Queens EOC 11:00 AM

Feb 7

How to start a business
AC-4M05 07:45 AM

Jan 10

Coaching your team for enhanced performance
Queens EOC 12:00 PM

Dec 13

Balanced scorecard implementation
Queens EOC 11:00 AM

Sep 19

Alternative Financing programs
Queens EOC 09:00 AM

May 2

10- Steps to Starting a Business
AC-4M05 11:00 AM

Apr 27

Plan de negocios
York College, 94-20 Guy R. Brewer Blvd., Room AC-3B02 06:00 PM

Apr 20

Contabilidad Basica
York College, 94-20 Guy R. Brewer Blvd., Room AC-3B02 06:00 PM

Apr 18

Learn How to Develop your Business Pitch
York College, 94-20 Guy R. Brewer Blvd., Room AC-3H11A 05:30 PM

Apr 13

Prestamos del SBA y Privados
York College, 94-20 Guy R. Brewer Blvd., Room AC-3B02 06:00 PM

Apr 6

Credito Personal/Personal Credit
York College, 94-20 Guy R. Brewer Blvd., Room AC-3B02 06:00 PM

Sep 16

Construction Accounting and Financial Management
2D01 - Faculty Dinning Room 12:00 PM

Aug 26

How to Successfully Start a Small Business
2D01 - Faculty Dinning Room 10:30 PM

Jul 29

How to Successfully Start a Small Business
2D01 - Faculty Dinning Room 10:30 PM

May 18

How to Successfully Start a Small Business
2D01 - Faculty Dinning Room 10:30 PM

Apr 28

How to Successfully Start a Small Business
2D01 - Faculty Dinning Room 10:30 PM

Feb 4

Tax Talks - Auditing
2D01 - Faculty Dinning Room 11:30 PM

Jan 22

How to Successfully Start a Small Business
2D01 - Faculty Dinning Room 11:30 PM

 

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