Harlem Resident And Arm & Hammer Mogul John Dwight, 1846-1903

John Dwight, August 1, 1819 – November 25, 1903, was an American manufacturer and philanthropist. He was a pioneer manufacturer of bicarbonate of soda in the United States. Continue Reading →

The Mama Foundation for The Arts Partners with Whole Foods Market

This summer, The Mama Foundation for The Arts and Whole Foods Market collaborate to bring a bit of spice to the palates of New Yorkers at the highly anticipated Harlem store located at 100 West 125th Street on July 21, 2017 at 9 a.m EST. Continue Reading →

Inside Target’s Big Revamp For Customers From Harlem To Hollis

With a Target store in East Harlem, Racked reports that like so many clothing brands, Mossimo has weathered business lows along with swells of success.  Continue Reading →

3 Tips For Women Worried About Outliving Their Retirement Nest Egg

Few things make retirees more nervous than the possibility their savings could run dry.

And the situation can be even more troublesome for women, who are at greater risk of outliving their money because, on average, they live longer than men. Continue Reading →

Corporate Social Responsibility Is On The Rise. Is It Right For Your Small Business In Harlem?

Everyone has a favorite cause or two. Maybe you and your employees volunteer in your community. But do you want to expand your company’s efforts for your cause? Continue Reading →

Harlem’s John Henry’s Secret Of Turning Side Gig Into Full-Time Gig

Mic Network reports in an article titled 7 Secrets Of Entrepreneurs Who Turned Side Gigs Into Baller Full-Time Jobs, in secret number 2, Harlem’s John Henry gave his advice on the smart moves he’s made.

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Jonnel Doris And Gregg Bishop From The Mayor’s Office Launch M/WBE Fund

Jonnel Doris, Senior Advisor and Director of the Mayor’s Office of M/WBEs, and Gregg Bishop, Commissioner of the Department of Small Business Services, today announced the launch of a $10 million Bond Collateral Assistance Fund for M/WBEs and small businesses from Harlem to Hollis. Continue Reading →

Amazon To Buy Whole Foods Market Before Move To Harlem For $13.7bn

Whole Foods plans to open a store in Harlem this summer, but Amazon, the world’s most powerful online retailer, has taken a giant stride into traditional retailing, spending $13.7bn to take over organic food chain Whole Foods Market. Continue Reading →

Mayor de Blasio Releases Plan To Invest In New Yorkers From Harlem To Hollis

Mayor Bill de Blasio today released New York Works, a series of 25 initiatives to spur 100,000 jobs with good wages over the coming decade. Continue Reading →

Rev. Al Sharpton Calling For Diversity In Legal Pot Industry From Harlem To Hollis

Activist minister Al Sharpton reportedly believes the legal marijuana industry has “disproportionately excluded” blacks “from business opportunities” — and is calling for more diversity. Continue Reading →

Minority Hiring Goals Out Of Reach From Harlem To Hollis

The de Blasio administration has ambitious goals for minority- and women-
owned businesses, but in the construction industry, few such firms have the capacity to meet them, an industry group’s study has found. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Rao’s Homemade Acquired By Sovos Brands

Sovos Brands – a new business backed by private equity firm Advent International and led by CPG big hitters Told Lachman, Bill Johnson and Larry Bodner. Continue Reading →

NoFoodWasted Wins Haarlem2Harlem 2017 In Harlem

Last Tuesday night on May 30th, 2017, at 9pm local time, Dutch startup NoFoodWasted received good news: founder August de Vocht won the Haarlem2Harlem Pitch Event in New York! Continue Reading →

Free Business Workshop Coming To Harlem

Harlem business owners, remember this date — June 22, 2017. On that day, the city’s Department of Small Business Services will be bringing its Chamber On-the-Go program to the neighborhood. Continue Reading →

City Leaders Bringing Free Small Business Services Directly From Harlem To Hollis

NYC Department of Small Business Services (SBS) Commissioner Gregg Bishop and Council Member Robert Cornegy, Chairman of the Committee on Small Business, today kicked-off a free workshop series to bring supportive services to small businesses in all five boroughs. Continue Reading →