Small business in New York who are suffering from financial crisis and want to start a new business need not worry anymore.
New York City is ready to provide them grants to overcome the financial crisis and loans on easy terms for new businesses. Representatives held an awareness camp in Coney Island, Brooklyn, and provided information to the community before Friday sermons at the Makki Mosque.
Business Outreach Specialist Mahedi Hasan informed that the city government will also provide licenses and legal support for businesses along with grants and loans.
In this one-day awareness campaign, Muslim Liaison Officer Atiya Shahnaz from the Mayor’s Office of New York City also received support.
The city government says that small business owners and new small traders can also get more information about this by contacting their website nyc.gov/sbs and their given number 888-727-4692.