HARLEM CDC HOSTS 4TH ANNUAL SMALL BUSINESS CONFERENCE AT ADAM CLAYTON POWELL JR. STATE OFFICE BUILDING
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HARLEM CDC HOSTS 4TH ANNUAL SMALL BUSINESS CONFERENCE AT ADAM CLAYTON POWELL JR. STATE OFFICE BUILDING

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Diverse partnership of private, non-profit, government and community organizations collaborate on a half-day conference to address the needs of Upper Manhattan small business owners

New York, NY – December 4, 2009 – (RealEstateRama) — The Harlem Community Development Corporation (Harlem CDC), in partnership with a range of organizations dedicated to supporting the growth of small business in Upper Manhattan, will host the 4th annual Small Business Conference on Thursday, December 10th, at the Adam Clayton Powell Jr. State Office Building.

Sponsored by CitiBank, the conference theme is “Doing Business In Upper Manhattan During Tough Economic Times.”

“This is the most challenging climate for doing business in greater Harlem in decades,” said HarlemCDC President Curtis L. Archer. “To survive, and then to thrive as the recovery picks up steam, ourbusinesses need to access all the resources and information we’ve marshaled for this event,” Archer said. “I urge all Upper Manhattan businesses to attend.”

For more information, please review the attached flyer:

Harlem Community Development Corporation, a subsidiary of Empire State DevelopmentCorporation, serves the greater Harlem community through planning and implementing a range ofcommunity development and revitalization initiatives for restoring Upper Manhattan as an economically stable and culturally vibrant community. For more information on Harlem CDC please visit http://www.harlemcdc.org

Contact:
Leon Wynter (HCDC) | lwynter (at) empire.state.ny (dot) us | 212-961-4347 www.harlemcdc.com
ESD Press Hotline | 1-800-260-7313

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Harlem Community Development Corporation (“Harlem CDC”), a New York State agency, was created in 1995 to serve the greater Harlem community, including East Harlem, Central Harlem, West Harlem and Washington Heights, through planning and facilitating the development of a range of community development projects and revitalization initiatives that will restore Upper Manhattan as an economically stable and culturally vibrant community.

Contact:

Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. State Office Building
163 West 125th Street
17th Floor
New York, NY 10027

Phone 212.961.4100
Fax 212.961.4143

ESD Press Hotline | 1-800-260-7313

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