If you run a business, LaGuardia's Small Business & Entrepreneur Services has everything your company needs to grow and be successful. Our specialized programs provide business advisement and support services, government
procurement assistance, access to capital and more to help entrepreneurs and small businesses grow and meet the needs of the rapidly changing business community as well as contribute to the local economy.
We also partner with employers large and small to customize training for current employees or design curricula that closes the workforce skills gap while matching our qualified students and alumni with the needs of
businesses and organizations.
NYC Small Business Resilience Grant
The NYC Small Business Resilience Grant is now available for small businesses in the arts, entertainment, recreation, accommodation and food sectors and in low to moderate income communities that have experienced revenue
loss during the COVID-19 pandemic to help them recover.
Eligible businesses must:
to find out more about this new grant from the City.
PTAC client Michelle Feinberg, owner of New York Embroidery Studio in Manhattan, has been awarded over $100 million in contracts manufacturing gowns and face shields for the federal government.
Listen to Michelle discuss running a business during a pandemic.
As the first community college chosen in 2010 by Goldman Sachs to launch 10,000 Small Businesses, an initiative developed to help small businesses across the U.S. grow and create jobs, LaGuardia has graduated 710 businesses. Six months after graduating 68.5% of the businesses have increased their revenue and 49.3% have created jobs.
LaGuardia Small Business Development Center offers business training events on topics ranging from business plan writing to government contracting.
Sign up for one or all!
Find out how to prepare and compete for transportation related contracts at the local, state and federal levels.
Register for our business workshops and webinars.