Small Business Development Center (SBDC)

Since our start in 1988, The New York Small Business Development Center at York College has achieved over $125 Million in economic impact through loans they helped their clients obtain. The expert advisers have worked with 14,468 businesses, and have created or saved 3,979 jobs.
  • On the right we have NYSBDC's at York College Regional Director Mr. Harry Wells connecting with clients and hearing out suggestions.

    Mr. Wells On the right we have NYSBDC's at York College Regional Director Mr. Harry Wells connecting with clients and hearing out suggestions.

  • The moderator for our April 4th event.

    moderator The moderator for our April 4th event.

  • Brian Ansari (On the right) discusses with a member of the crowd.

    Brian Ansari Brian Ansari (On the right) discusses with a member of the crowd.

  • A few of our clients having a chat.

    Crowd A few of our clients having a chat.

  • Donald Vernon (On the right) discussing with a member of the crowd.

    Donald Vernon Donald Vernon (On the right) discussing with a member of the crowd.

  • Suzette Bather mentions to the public about joint teamwork.

    Suzette Bather Suzette Bather mentions to the public about joint teamwork.

Want to start a business?

Learn how we can help you start a business and gain contracts in the public and private sector by becoming a certified MWBE. 

For more information please visit the SBA website.

Getting Here

NYSBDC at York College 
94-50 159th Street, Science Building Room 107
Jamaica, NY 11451

Tel: 718-262-2880
sbdc@york.cuny.edu

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