On Thursday, April 16th, from 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m., the NoHo BID and SoHo Broadway Initiative are hosting Coping with COVID-19: A Conversation for Small Businesses. A panel of experts will join us to answer questions and concerns that small businesses have in this current crisis on topics ranging from commercial leases, applying for Small Business Administration resources, and other important information to keep your business thriving.
Andrew Flamm, Executive Director of the Pace Small Business Development Center, a Lower Manhattan-based organization funded in part by the State of New York and the federal Small Business Administration. The Pace Small Business Development Center assists aspiring entrepreneurs and small business owners in starting and sustaining their businesses. If you would like to receive free, individualized help from the Pace Small Business Development Center, fill out their intake form here.
Samuel J. Himmelstein, partner at Himmelstein, McConnell, Gribben, Donoghue and Joseph LLP, one of New York’s leading tenants’ rights law firms. He specializes in commercial and residential leases and has represented tenants across the city for over 30 years.
William Skody, CPA, partner at Skody Scot & Company, a premier accounting firm specializing in nonprofit audits and accounting. With over 30 years of experience in working with both the public and private sectors, he is experienced in government financing and resources.
To participate, please register at https://bit.ly/NoHoSoHo and bring any questions you have. We hope you’ll join us Thursday!
For inquiries about the event, please contact Brandon Zwagerman at firstname.lastname@example.org