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Welcome Brooklyn Small Businesses!

The Pace University SBDC is Expanding Services for Brooklyn Small Businesses and Aspiring Entrepreneurs

We're so excited to welcome more Brooklyn-based entrepreneurs as we expand our service footprint. Our team has grown, we now have the ability to offer in-person one-on-one advisement in Brooklyn, and we're ready to help Brooklyn's entrepreneurs start, grow, and sustain small businesses.

As part of this expansion, we are partnering with the Brooklyn Public Library Business and Career Center to offer in-person, one-on-one meetings at the Brooklyn Central Library, in addition to in-person sessions at Pace University and a virtual option as well. We're also hosting training events in Brooklyn and will continue to expand our Brooklyn offerings as opportunities arise.

What About the Brooklyn SBDC at City Tech?

The Brooklyn SBDC at City Tech ended its operations at NYC College of Technology on December 31, 2023. Beginning January 2, 2024, the Pace University SBDC stepped in to continue offering one-on-one advisement services to Brooklyn entrepreneurs as well as trainings, market research, and other SBDC services that help entrepreneurs grow and launch their business ventures.

Are Pace University SBDC Services Available In Spanish?

¡Si! El Centro de Desarrollo para Pequeños Negocios, Pace SBDC ofrece asistencia gratuita y personalizada a propietarios de Pequeños Negocios o aquellos que quieran empezar un negocio en Nueva York.

🇪🇸 Presione aqui para asistencia en español. 🇪🇸

Are Pace University SBDC Services Free?

Yes! Thanks to the continued support of the U.S. Small Business Administration, the State of New York, and Pace University, our center is able to provide high-quality advising services and trainings to entrepreneurs at no cost to them.


Our team of experienced and NYS-certified business advisors have worked directly with more than 19,400 small businesses, helping them to invest over $245 million in the area's economy, and create or save over 8,800 jobs.

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