Join the Harlem Business Alliance’s new incubator for, Harlem’s enterprising women! Applications for the 2nd Cohort 2017, open now, apply below. Continue Reading →
Harlem has had incredible aviators from Hubert Fauntleroy Julian, “The Black Eagle Of Harlem” to Eugene Brown in Harlem, New York, here’s a great opportunity for another Halemite to create their own history at the NYPort Authory.
Harlem Business Alliance’s STEM & Entrepreneurship program connects Harlem’s young adults to the NYC tech industry. After 11 weeks, participants learn how to code and design a web app of their own creation.
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The Harlem Business Alliance (HBA) of Harlem, New York has always been on the forefront for leading community economic development. Continue Reading →
Yesterday evening, Tuesday, March 29, 2016 Harlem Business Alliance (HBA), a New York City nonprofit that services Harlem-based prospective and current business owners, hosted their 35th Anniversary Awards Dinner in MIST Harlem. Continue Reading →
Join National Black MBA Association Inc. and Harlem Business Alliance on Monday night for an evening of beer tasting, along with a conversation with Harlem Brewmaster Celeste Beatty!
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On Thursday, November 5th, Harlem Business Alliance (HBA) hosted a successful keynote speaker and panel discussion for the event Black Business Matters: Achieving Economic Equality in Contracting in the Harlem Hospital Pavilion. Continue Reading →
Today, Members of the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) and the Joint Economic Committee (JEC) Democrats held a public forum at the Harlem Hospital Center to discuss the impact of economic challenges and persistent inequities facing the African American community in New York. Continue Reading →
On Tuesday, September 22, 2015, the Harlem Business Alliance (HBA) leadership, HBA members, elected officials, lenders and entrepreneurs will gather together at the Harlem Hospital Mural Pavilion for Disrupt Harlem 2015, sponsored by Columbia University, Verizon, City National Bank and the Harlem Community Development Corporation. Continue Reading →
This Summer there has been a large media focus on all these hacks and the capabilities of foreign hackers. Often this media coverage is without the context of the “full story” that most of the hacks were proof of concepts for conference talks at things like blackhat, defcon, USENIX WOOT, and issues like Ashley Madison, etc. Continue Reading →