SYRACUSE, NY – On Wednesday, April 26th, 2017, representatives from USDA Rural Development along with partners from the U.S. Small Business Administration will conduct a Regional Small Business Resource Forum at SUNY Fulton Montgomery Community College’s campus theater.
“USDA actively partners with rural small businesses throughout the state,” said Acting State Director Scott Collins. “Collaborations like these with our colleagues at the SBA and Fulton Montgomery Community College represent our ongoing commitment to support rural entrepreneurs and help grow the rural NY economy.”
The forum will feature paneled discussions focused on accessing funding tools and resources from the state, federal and local levels. Subject matter experts will also discuss available programs, program funding, applications, application deadlines as well as answering questions from those in attendance.
“Small businesses are a key source of job creation and the foundation of rural communities here in New York State. SBA is partnering with USDA to bring our collective expertise, financial resources and experience to help start, grow and sustain rural businesses and encourage an environment favorable to entrepreneurship,” added SBA Syracuse District Director Bernard J. Paprocki.
To register, click on the Eventbrite link here: https://regionalbusinessforum.eventbrite.com. If you are interested in attending, please register by close of business on Monday – April 24th, 2017.