Events

Upcoming Webinars

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SBA Certifications & Government Procurement Opportunities

Thursday, June 24th, from 1-2 PM ET

The Pace University Small Business Development Center (SBDC) is partnering with the US Small Business Administration's (SBA) New York District Office to help entrepreneurs identify and respond to government contract opportunities and deliver on those contracts for which they are selected. The workshop will highlight contracting resources available for small businesses and strategies for how to increase your likelihood of obtaining contracts from government agencies and prime contractors.

 

By joining this webinar, Entrepreneurs and Small Business Owners can:

  • Better understand the systems involved in government contracting

  • Learn about the contracting support for small businesses provided by the Small Business Administration

  • Learn more about how to increase your likelihood of obtaining contracts from the federal government and prime contractors​.

Upcoming Webinars from Partner Organizations

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Global NY Export Webinar Series

Numerous Days & Times

If your business is interested in exporting, it's essential to know what opportunities and threats exist in any given marketplace. Tapping into a global network of trade experts, this series gives participants advanced exporting information with localized insights on a number of trade-related topics. Past sessions have covered international policies, country-specific opportunities, and industry-specific guidelines.

MWBE Training Tuesdays Online Webinars

Each Tuesday (Usually At 2pm ET) A New Topic Is Covered

Marketing your business to the government can be a daunting process, but Empire State Development is working to make sure entrepreneurs have the tools they need to successfully bid on government contracts. The "Training Tuesdays" webinar series covers a diverse range of topics including how to submit a proposal, doing business with NYS agencies, upcoming contracting opportunities, effective marketing to the government, proper bid pricing, and more!

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Grow NY Competition Information Sessions

Numerous Days & Times

The Grow NY Food and Agriculture Business Competition is a competition for innovative food and agriculture startups looking to contribute to the Upstate New York region. The top startups will have a chance to win up to $1 million. In these online information sessions, the competition team will discuss the application process, winner payments, and competition specifics. Questions will also be taken from attendees.

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Amazon Small Business Academy

Numerous Days & Times; Some Past Recordings

These various, scheduled and prerecorded sessions cover emerging digital strategies and brand building techniques and how selling online can become part of an overall business strategy, identifying the specific customer segment, and how to communicate brand messaging online. They discuss techniques for writing a compelling listing, processing an order, options for warehousing and shipping, managing customer service and returns, and how to learn from customer reviews. They explore optional tools available to help build awareness of the brand including advertising, deals, and coupons. Attendees will also learn about pricing tools and expanding into additional customer groups such as business to business sales and international geographies.

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New York SBDC Business Training

For information and registration links to other free webinars offered by the NY Small Business Development Center network click here

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Pace University SBDC

163 William Street, Room 328

New York, NY, 10038   

CONTACT

Office:  (212) 618-6655

Email:  sbdc@pace.edu

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SUBWAY

A, C, J, Z, 2, 3, 45 to Fulton St

E to World Trade Center
6 to Brooklyn Bridge

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Partnership Program with the SBA, administered by the State University of New York. Funded in part through a Cooperative Agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration.  All opinions, conclusions or recommendations expressed are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the SBA. All SBA funded programs are extended to the public on a nondiscriminatory basis.

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