Your one-stop shop for business resources, including government relief programs, private grant and loan programs, sources of legal and financial advice, guidance for best practices, recorded webinars and more.
As many Village merchants have to close their doors due to the COVID-19 crisis, show your support in donating to these crowdfunding initiatives.
As your local Business Improvement District, Village Alliance has composed a list of links that you may find helpful during these times of uncertainty.
Things have certainly not been business as usual in the month of March as COVID-19 has spread across the New York tri-state area, the country and the world. While we had more businesses open in the district from January to mid-March than usual, things ground to a near halt with the Governor's order to put the state on pause.
Our local businesses are what make our neighborhood a fun and exciting place to live, work and play. In this time of uncertainty, we are asking you to support your local Greenwich Village businesses.
Attention all entrepreneurs and innovators---November is your month! Celebrate National Entrepreneurship Month by checking out these incredible events provided to you by NYC Small Business Services, Women.nyc, Small Business Saturday and more.
Whether you already own and manage a thriving small business in Greenwich Village, or are considering the exciting prospect of opening your own business, Pace University offer free classes to help equip you with the essential knowledge needed for success.
The free classes feature subjects ranging from developing sales projections to commercial lease negotiation to the different ways in which a business entity may be legally formed.
Scroll down to explore the classes then register for free.
The Village Alliance, as part of its Business Assistance Program, recently published four best practice examples for commercial property owners seeking new tenants, and temporary space activations.
From infrastructure failures, aging building systems, to natural disasters, the longevity of any business depends on being prepared for the unexpected.
In recent years several high profile incidents like the East Village gas explosion and Flatiron steam pipe explosion have tested the resiliency of businesses, small and large.
The vitality and vibrancy of all our communities, especially right here in the Village, is in large part built upon the diversity and uniqueness of the small businesses lining our streets, giving each block and each neighborhood it's own distinct character and ambience.