Starting & Growing Business in New York State

The New York Empire State Development’s Small Business Division has put together a unified website collecting various New York State programs/services offered to New York small business to start-up or expand their small businesses. The site contains a 52-page guide to owning and operating a small business in New York State as well as a directory of New York State small business programs. There is also a link to discover more information about becoming a New York State government contractor and qualifying to bid on New York State government procurement contracts. Finally, the site links to various financing and lending programs offered by New York State government entities–and contains a searchable directory of alternative lenders in New York State catering to small businesses.


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Interested in Small Business Opportunities with the GSA

If your small business is interested in federal government contracts / procurement take a look at the U.S. General Administration’s one page PDF containing a host of useful links to small business opportunities with the federal government and the GSA. Also, peruse The Office of Small Business Utilization that provides training in federal government contracts / procurement. Review the materials and webinar Doing Business with GSA: An Overview for New Vendors for additional small business information. The GSA also has a small business help website with additional information, FAQs, and videos. www.erskine-law.com

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Contracting with the U.S. Department of Energy

If your small business is looking to contract or secure a federal procurement contract from the U.S. Department of Energy, then take a look at the Department of Energy’s Small Businesses: 101 on Doing Business with the Department of Energy site. The site contains information on general federal contracting, contacts within the Department of Energy related to small business goods and services procurement, and details on small business outreach events. Of interest, are links to webinars and SAM.gov (System for Award Management) as well as FedConnect, the government acquisition and grants portal. Your small business might also want to review Braddock’s Procurement Opportunities Guide-2013 Edition An Entrepreneur’s Guide to Selling to Governments and Corporations for general information on government contracting transactions. www.erskine-law.com

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Are You a Small or Minority Owned Business? Look at Contracting Opportunites with the State of Connecticut

If you are a small business or a minority owned business you will want to take a look at the State of Connecticut’s Supplier Diversity Program. The program’s website contains information about procurement set asides for small business and explains the process for small businesses to obtain certification to participate in the program.

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Daniel H. Erskine, Esq., an international attorney, practices in New York and Connecticut focusing on international law, civil litigation, appeals, and small business transactions. www.erskine-law.com Attorney Advertising; USE OR VIEWING OF THIS BLOG OR ANY OF THE WEB PAGES LINKED TO IT DOES NOT ESTABLISH OR OTHERWISE CONSTITUTE AN ATTORNEY-CLIENT RELATIONSHIP.
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