New York: The Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce has offered easy, interest-free loans and grants for Pakistani community in New York.
It has partnered with APNA Community Center to introduce the lucrative program, and spread awareness among the Pakistani community members.
APNA Community Center held an information session with the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce regarding easy loans, resources and business expansion plans for small businessmen of the Pakistani community in New York.
On this occasion, the representative of the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce said that they want people from the Pakistani community who intend to start a new business to be provided with interest-free loans in the form of easy installments in a legal manner.
In the session, head of APNA Community Center Parvez Siddiqui, Chief Executive Officer Iram Hanif welcomed the guests on their arrival and also briefed the participants about this information session.
Representatives from New York City’s Small Business Resource Network also participated in the session and informed participants about starting a new business and setting up strategies to make it successful.
The next information session for small business owners will be held on February 23rd at 3pm on Beth Avenue.