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10 Steps to Starting Your Own BusinessLearn what it takes to start your own business! This course provides a basic overview of the steps you'll need to take to start a
10 Steps to Starting Your Own Business
Learn what it takes to start your own business!
This course provides a basic overview of the steps you’ll need to take to start a business and how NYC Business Solutions can guide you through each step along the way. Total course hours: 1 session, varies by Center from 1.5-2.5 hours.
You will learn about:
- How to develop a business plan
- How to determine your legal structure
- How to set up your bookkeeping
- How to get permits and licenses
- How to obtain financing
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(Friday) 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm EST
NYPL | Washington Heights Library
1000 St Nicholas Ave, New York, NY 10032
NYPL | Washington Heights Library1000 St Nicholas Ave, New York, NY 10032The first Washington Heights Library opened in 1868. The four-story houses an adult, young adult, children's, and reference collection. A multi-use auditorium is available for community group meetings as well as library programs.
Harlem Late Night Jazz, Inc. brings you the very best in live and lively music in Harlem's Premiere Entertainment Destination!MIST Harlem World-Class Live Performances each Friday night.Come out to dine,
Harlem Late Night Jazz, Inc. brings you the very best in live and lively music in Harlem’s Premiere Entertainment Destination!
MIST Harlem World-Class Live Performances each Friday night.
Come out to dine, the food is note-worthy; come out to party.
Harlem Late Night Jazz, Inc. knows how to set the atmosphere. A non-profit charged with the mission of keeping the music and culture alive in Harlem has created a night designed from the original Harlem Late Night Music vibe and always delivers a spectacular night of music and you never know who might show up to jam.
Plus, with the “Not wrong but right,” Host, C. Kelly Wright you can’t loose with Harlem Late Night Jazz and Friday Night Live @ MIST Harlem!
25 (Friday) 9:00 pm - 26 (Saturday) 1:00 am EST
MIST Harlem46 W 116th St, New York, NY 10026MIST Harlem; seven unique, and amazingly versatile event spaces under one roof: The Café, internet style with a health-conscious menu selection; The Bar, exotic Wine and Beer selection; The Terrace, open air relaxed dining; The Restaurant for fine dining, and The Studios. The Studios are three of the most technologically advanced event spaces in New York City, fully equipped with state-of-the-art sound, lighting, projection, recording and live streaming capabilities.
2019sat26jan11:00 am1:00 pmHarlem Fashion Week: Branding the VisionHarlem Fashion Week Workshop Series: Grow Beyond the Show11:00 am - 1:00 pm EST WeWork Harlem, 8 W 126th St, New York, NY 10027Event Type :Business & Finance,Fashion & Style
Harlem Fashion Week Is Creating A Network Of Fashion Creatives. We want you to "Grow Beyond
Harlem Fashion Week Is Creating A Network Of Fashion Creatives.
We want you to “Grow Beyond the Show”
We will be providing you with fashion education workshops, expert guest speakers, resources and tours to build your fashion career.
Branding Board Party for Fashion Creatives
In this workshop, we will teach Fashion Creatives how to brand through creating a vision board.
- You will learn the importance of branding
- How to Create a Marketable Brand
- Steps to Monetize your Creativity
- Building your fashion Network
This information will help you build your Website and Instagram so that it represents a Marketable Brand.
This workshop will be led by award winning entrepreneur and motivational speaker,
Tandra Birkett, Executive Producer and Co-founder of Harlem Fashion Week.
Tandra has been an educator for over 20 years and has produced fashion shows for 10 years, Ms. Birkett received her education at Teachers College Columbia University and Columbia University Business School: Institute for Non-profit Management. Tandra has been featured in Vogue Italia, Ozy.com, Racked.com just to name a few.
Registration will include:
- Workshop Presentation
- Workshop Booklet
- Vision Board Materials
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For Inquiries Contact 401-426-4391
Let’s Begin 2019 working to actualize your DREAMS!!!
Yvonne Jewnell New York is an award winning women’s wear company that creates clothing that promotes women empowerment and celebrates culture from across the globe. Owned by a mother-daughter team, YJNY create garments with an ethnically inspired message of overcoming obstacles and revitalizing strength.
Yvonne Jewnell, is an innovator, entrepreneur and overall creative visionary. Yvonne is the Creative Director and Co-Owner of Harlem Fashion Week, designer for Malcolm X Legacy and resident stylist for The Sum of Us Project, led by renowned photographer Brooklyn McTavish. Yvonne has been featured in Vogue Italia, Paper Magazine, The Root.com, Refinery 29, Racked.com, The New Yorker, Fashion Week Online, Amsterdam News, Fashion Avenue News, Taji Magazine and other local media outlets in New York like AfrofusionTV, Urban Girl Mag, Spoken Black Girl.
WeWork Harlem8 W 126th St, New York, NY 10027WeWork coworking space that leases out offices to other innovative startups, freelancers and creatives; coworking location in Harlem New York City.
2019tue29jan6:00 pm8:00 pmBrother To Brother Prostate Cancer Education and Support Group6:00 pm - 8:00 pm EST Ralph Lauren Center for Care and Prevention, 1919 Madison Ave, New York, NY 10035Event Type :Community & Government,Family & Education,Health & Fitness,Science & Tech
Founded in partnership with several Harlem community members, Brother-to-Brother is a support and educational program for African American men with prostate cancer.Run by the Ralph Lauren Center for Cancer Care,
Founded in partnership with several Harlem community members, Brother-to-Brother is a support and educational program for African American men with prostate cancer.
Run by the Ralph Lauren Center for Cancer Care, the group meets the last Tuesday of every month. Beginning January 2019, Brother to Brother will hold their meetings at Ralph Lauren Center for Cancer Care and Prevention at 1919 Madison Avenue, enter on East 124th St., Light Refreshments served.
This safe and welcoming environment allows men to ask questions, get information and share their experiences about Prostate Cancer from screening to survivorship.
(Tuesday) 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm EST
Ralph Lauren Center for Care and Prevention
1919 Madison Ave, New York, NY 10035
Ralph Lauren Center for Care and Prevention1919 Madison Ave, New York, NY 10035The Ralph Lauren Center for Cancer Care was born from the personal vision of Dr. Harold P. Freeman and the combined resources of Polo Ralph Lauren Foundation and the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. Since 2003, our sights have been set on one goal: providing high-quality care and support to everyone affected by cancer. Learn more about how we got started and what we do today. Entrance on E 124th Street.