Deadlines Approaching for Free Entrepreneurial Programs At Columbia In Harlem

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Harlem business owners here is the time to be more productive and profitable. Apply for an entrepreneurial program today! All applications are online via links below on the flip at Columbia University in Harlem, NY.

Here are the programs:

Columbia Community Business Program

Columbia Community Business Program is a two year executive education program designed to support the growth and development of for-profit businesses in Upper Manhattan.  The program offers participants access to Columbia University’s resources for technical assistance, entrepreneurial education and professionally facilitated peer learning.

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Deadline August 31st!

Harlem Local Vendor Program

Fantastic pipeline program for local Harlem vendors (food, beverages, jewelry, body care, clothing, etc.) who are looking to secure large contracts with places like Whole Foods and Columbia University.

 Deadline August 31st!

Columbia Small Business Consulting Program

Student-run organization provides pro bono strategy consulting services to startups, and small businesses in New York City. Each consulting project consists of four to six Columbia Business School MBA Students that partner with client organizations over an eight week period. Some examples of project scopes  are growth strategy development and implementation plan, operations analysis to determine improvement areas, market research analysis to identify high-value customers.

Deadline August 26th!

All applications are online via the links above.

Columbia-Harlem SBDC, 310 Uris Hall, 3022 Broadway, New York, NY 10027


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