Future Forward: Exploring Opportunities for Small Business In The Growing Blockchain Industry

May 16, 2022

Join us to learn how Blockchain technology can help your business!

The NYC Department of Small Business Services is collaborating with the Blockchain Foundation, a 501c3 nonprofit, to convene a four-part series of Future Forward Forums to educate small business owners about the emerging crypto industry.

Entrepreneurship and small business growth are key to NYC’s economy.

Emerging technologies like blockchain are being leveraged by micro-enterprises to solve problems, access new revenue streams and customers, and optimize operations.

The digitalization of assets is transforming how products and services are sold and purchased and how value is transferred.

Learn from blockchain experts and entrepreneurs about the benefits of blockchain for your business.

Date: Tuesday, May 17, 2022

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Time: 11 a.m.

Location: Virtual – link to be sent upon registration

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