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  • Jumpstart 2024 with GROWTH!

    Hello fellow entrepreneur! I hope you're having a great holiday season! If you're like me you're taking advantage of a bit of downtime between Christmas and New Year's Day to reflect and plan for 2024.  I promise I'm only working a few hours each morning in my pajamas and doing more than my fair share of binging on Netflix. Angie Hancock & Associates in partnership with JKA Solutions has had the honor of helping over 70 local entrepreneurs map out strategies and access resources to grow via Opportunity for Growth. Opportunity for Growth is a FREE business education program offered by Harlem Entrepreneurial Fund designed to accelerate the growth of businesses owned by women and entrepreneurs of color. This four-month entrepreneurial experience will utilize the nationally recognized and award-winning Interise curriculum, The Streetwise 'MBA'. The curriculum covers finance, marketing, government contracting, human resources, and much more! Program Benefits Achieve immediate results as you create your customized three-year Strategic Growth Action Plan™ Explore your business through live case studies in intimate, interactive classes with fellow entrepreneurs and business experts. Connect with fellow business owners with similar growth challenges through peer mentoring and accountability sessions. Get advice and guidance from finance, marketing, government contracting, and human resources experts. Join an alumni network of more than 8,000 graduates nationwide and a local network of like-minded business owners. Receive a $2,000 implementation grant upon successful completion of course requirements. Space is limited for applicants who meet the following criteria*: Businesses operating for at least three years $70K - $10M in revenue At least 1 full-time employee Located in NYC Classes meet virtually Thursdays, 9-11a EST** Classes begin February 2024 *You're welcomed to apply if your business does not meet 100% of this criteria but you're 100% committed to scaling your business. ** Session 0 and Final Presentations meet in person at Harlem Entrepreneurial Fund. With over three decades of professional security experience in firms ranging from small start-ups to multi-million-dollar corporations, Jean Kristensen has worked her way through the ranks of a male-dominated industry. Ms. Kristensen is best known for her expertise in M/W/DBE certification consulting, where she is breaking barriers by assisting small, minority, and women-owned firms develop, grow and form strategic alliances. JKA Solutions is a certified MWBE with the City of New York, the Port Authority of NY/NJ, and the National Supplier Development Council. Angie Hancock brings over 25 years of diverse business leadership experience in marketing and accounting with Fortune 500 corporations such as Sara Lee, Ann Taylor Inc, Mars Inc. (M&M’s), Ernst & Young, and leading media institutions such as ESSENCE and EBONY Magazine. As the Founder and President of experienceHARLEM & Angie Hancock & Associates, she has provided impact-driven marketing solutions, event planning, and business development services to small businesses and nonprofit enterprises in Upper Manhattan since 2006. Over 70 local businesses have participated in Opportunity for Growth since launching in 2017. Nationally over 9,000 businesses have benefited from the Streetwise MBA curriculum.

  • NYC Small Business Resource Network

    The NYC Small Business Resource Network is a comprehensive approach to strengthening New York City’s economy and assisting small businesses. The Network was built to support small business resiliency by offering personalized guidance as you open and reopen. Launched in response to the crisis facing many of the city’s 230,000+ small businesses in the wake of COVID-19, they’ve assembled an extraordinary collaboration of New Yorkers who are committed to small business recovery in our communities. ​They are leveraging our relationships with the city’s corporate, financial and professional services sectors, as well as universities, philanthropies and expert volunteers to help small business owners gain access to a range of programs and services. Services Grants & Loans Digital Marketing Getting Online Lease Negotiations Business Planning


    SCORE New York City is a group of experienced business professionals who guide those desiring to start up a new small business or assist existing small businesses in improving their profitability. Their volunteers are successful real-world business professionals who volunteer thousands of hours to help existing and startup businesses succeed. They are experts with experience in areas such as; accounting, finance, human resources, consulting, import/export, law, operations, production, retail, wholesale, manufacturing, sales, marketing, management, business plan preparation, strategic planning, and many other business disciplines. Services Small Business Training Workshops Find low or no-cost, targeted training in both in-person and online formats on topics that matter to you and your small business. Join a business expert at an interactive in-person or virtual workshop or learn at your own pace with one of our recorded webinars. SCORE Mentoring Whether you are a start-up or an existing business, their business experts will help you and your business open new markets, reach new customers, and achieve new goals. Find your mentor today! SCORE Business Advisory SCORE NYC assigns a team of three experience and selectively chosen SCORE mentors to focus on your business and develop solutions tailored to your company's needs.

  • NYC Small Business Center

    Entrepreneurs and business owners can access quick, reliable, and free information online by visiting the NYC Business Solutions website, available at a link below. In-person assistance is also available at the NYC Business Solutions Centers located in all five boroughs; see below for a link to NYC Business Solutions Center Locations. Services Hiring Assistance with business recruitment needs through access to a pool of pre-screened job candidates. Training Funds Access to matching funds for employee training will improve employee skills and increase the quality of business operations. Business Establishment and Contract Review Leveraging a network of pro-bono lawyers to assist with choosing a legal structure, registering a business, and assessing a lease or contract. Financing Assessment of the right lending opportunities for a client and assistance packaging loan applications while leveraging existing relationships with lenders to increase the chances of successfully receiving a loan. M/WBE Certification Assistance completing the process to become certified as a Minority or Women-Owned (M / WBE) Business Enterprise. M / WBE Certified businesses will have access to exclusive assistance related to bidding and procurement opportunities. Navigating Government Guidance with navigating complicated government procedures which will help businesses smoothly address requirements and regulations. Incentives Assistance identifying and securing business incentives that will save money as the business relocates, expands, or makes capital improvements. Business Courses Courses to unlock the economic potential of businesses with classes on developing a business plan, bookkeeping, marketing, government certifications, and so much more.

  • 125th Street Business Improvement District

    The 125th Street Business Improvement District's mission is to expand sustainable economic activity in the area including the creation or expansion of businesses and the development of jobs for community residents. Maximize the ability of local residents, businesses and institution to benefit from any and all opportunities created by commercial revitalization efforts. Improve the quality of life in the community. Services Sanitation and Street Maintenance Public Safety BID Member Marketing and Promotion Streetscape & Beautification Networking Receptions Harlem Light It Up – The Harlem Holiday Lights Celebration The Healthy & Clean Campaign – Harlem Neighborhood Clean Up

  • Harlem Entrepreneurial Fund

    The Harlem Entrepreneurial Fund (HEF) was established in 2007 by the Harlem Commonwealth Council to provide low-income and minority entrepreneurs with supportive loan capital and technical assistance in Harlem, Washington Heights, Inwood, and the Bronx. Lending operations began in the summer of 2008, and HEF was certified by the U.S. Treasury Department as a Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) in 2012. Since its inception, HEF has originated 360 loans for over $9 million and helped create or retain over 650 local jobs. Services Capital Credit Builder Loan HEF Credit Builder Loan offers a low interest rate of 12%, compared to the typical 36% typically associated with credit builder loans, combined with reasonable origination fees, and a 6 to 12-month repayment period. As you repay the loan, HEF reports the information to the three credit bureaus to help increase your credit score. Small Business Loan As one of the top lenders in Harlem, HEF is committed to helping small business owners realize their dreams of growth and prosperity. They offer competitive interest rates and affordable origination fees for loans of up to $250,000 so that you have the funds you need to maximize your business. Technical Assistance Opportunity for Growth (OFG) Opportunity for Growth is a 13 session intensive certification program based on Interise’s StreetWise MBA™ curriculum that provides entrepreneurs with business knowledge, management know-how, and networks needed to grow their established small businesses. Growth Path Growth Path is a business advisory service connecting entrepreneurs of color with experts in service areas highlighted below. Each business receives 40 hours of consulting from a local small business advisor. Learn more about HEF's complete list of services on their site:

  • Greater Harlem Chamber of Commerce

    The Greater Harlem Chamber of Commerce's mission is to improve the quality of life for all of their residents, as well as to develop and attract quality business and professional services. They dramatically continues to attract an ever-growing local, regional, national and international support base, ranging form single proprietors to Fortune 500 Corporations. Their members consist of those who wish to contribute to and thrive from Harlem’s world-renowned vitality and recognition as a worldwide tourist, entertainment, sports, arts, cultural, educational, historic, religious and health services destination of international diversity. Services Supporting community development projects Business-to-Business discount services Creating business & networking conferences and receptions Referral of new clients & customers Providing assistance on securing loans & grants Creating branded VIP events and activities Securing media advertising discounts (radio, print, and TV) Assisting in the marketing and sales of products, goods and services Sponsoring business and professional services workshops and seminars Providing Educational Scholarships, Grants & Internships Promoting Minority & Women Owned Business Enterprise Initiatives Creating year round Tourism Programs and Initiatives Establishing direct communications with public & elected representatives

  • Start Small, Think Big

    Start Small Think Big is a nonprofit dedicated to advancing equity and inclusion in entrepreneurship by connecting small businesses with the resources and community they need to thrive. They focus on partnering with BIPOC entrepreneurs, women, LGBTQIA+ entrepreneurs, immigrants, veterans, entrepreneurs with disabilities, low-income entrepreneurs, and formerly incarcerated entrepreneurs. Services Marketing Support Marketing and Sales Program helps entrepreneurs generate leads and connect and communicate with their customers and supporters. Experts assist with digital and social media marketing strategies, navigating brand identity, messaging, logo and website design, sales and distribution strategy, e-commerce, and other marketing services. Finance Consulting Finance Program offers financial literacy, guidance, and confidence for entrepreneurs who need help setting up solid economic systems, bookkeeping, growth planning, projections, and cost analysis. Note, they cannot assist with taxes or provide specific tax advice. Legal Assistance Pro bono Legal Program connects entrepreneurs with our legal experts to help choose the proper entity structure, navigate commercial lease issues, advise on intellectual property and employment issues, review and draft contracts, and more.

  • Guide to Black-owned Plant-based Harlem Restaurants 2023

    Your problem: you’re hungry, you’re craving a plant-based meal & you want to support a black-owned business. Vegetarians & vegans unite! Your solution: EASY! View our listing of black-owned plant-based restaurants in Harlem. Vegan & Vegetarian Mad Juicy Juice Bar 100 W 139th St 917 409 1501 New Life Juice Bar 2494 Frederick Douglass Blvd 646 882 0071 Slutty Vegan 300 W 135th St 917 905 9091 Uptown Juice Bar 54 E 125th St 212 987 2660 Facebook Uptown Veg II 349 Lenox Ave 646 590 0308 Facebook Vegan Hood 2100 Frederick Douglass Blvd 917 265 8172 We encourage you to order delivery or pickup from your favorite black owned restaurant today. Experience Harlem has always celebrated and highlighted black owned restaurants, and will continue to do so. Like, love, & share this listing with your fellow Harlemites.

  • Guide to Black Harlem 2023

    Supporting Harlem and supporting Black business is not a trend and will never go out of style. Here’s your Black Harlem guide to taste, hear, see, shop and EXPERIENCE Harlem in 2022.  You can support in multiple categories: arts & culture, clothing and accessories, food and drink, fitness, gift shops and more. Experience Harlem has always celebrated and highlighted black-owned businesses. Like, love, & share this listing with your fellow Harlemites. SEE Galleries Essie Green Galleries 419A Convent Ave 212 368 9635 Hamilton Landmark Galleries 467 W 144th St 212 281 7667 Rio II Gallery 583 Riverside Dr, 7th Fl 212 568 2030 The Long Gallery 2073 Adam Clayton Powell, Jr Blvd 646 559 8368 Kente Royal Gallery 2373 Adam Clayton Powell Jr Blvd 347 421 2006 Historic Landmarks Duke Ellington Memorial 110th St & 5th Ave 212 310 6600 Frederick Douglass Memorial 110th St & Frederick Douglass Blvd Hamilton Heights Historic District 142nd – 145th Sts, Amsterdam – St Nicholas Aves Mount Morris Park Historic District 119th – 124th Sts, Lenox Ave – Mount Morris Park W Strivers’ Row 138th – 139th Sts btwn Adam Clayton Powell, Jr & Frederick Douglass Blvds Swing Low: Harriett Tubman Memorial 121st St at Frederick Douglass Blvd & St Nicholas Ave Museums/Cultural Institutions Audubon Ballroom Malcolm X and Dr. Betty Shabazz Memorial and Educational Center 3940 Broadway 212 568 1341 El Museo del Barrio 1230 5th Ave 212 831 7272 Harlem School of the Arts 645 St Nicholas Ave 212 926 4100 Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture 515 Lenox Ave 212 491 2200 Studio Museum in Harlem (temporarily closed during construction) 144 W 125th St 212 864 4500 Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art & Storytelling 898 St Nicholas Ave 212 335 0004 The National Jazz Museum in Harlem 58 W 129th St 212 348 8300 Performance Aaron Davis Hall The City College of New York 160 Convent Ave 212 650 6900 Classical Theatre of Harlem 566 W 159th St, #44 347 688 6304 Dance Theatre of Harlem 466 W 152nd St 212 690 2800 Harlem Stage 150 Convent Ave 212 281 9240 Mama Foundation for the Arts 149 W 126th St 212 280 1045 National Black Theatre 2031 5th Ave 212 722 3800 New Heritage Theater Group 253 W 138th St 212 926 0104 Movies/Film ImageNation/Raw Space 2031 Adam Clayton Powell, Jr Blvd 212 340 1874 Theaters Apollo Theater 253 W 125th St 212 531 5305 The Riverside Theatre 91 Claremont Ave 212 870 6784 HEAR Music American Legion Post #398 248 W 132nd St Facebook Jazzmobile 91 Claremont Ave 212 866 4900 Showman’s Jazz Club 375 W 125th St 212 864 8941 Facebook Sundae Sermon SHOP Apparel/Accessories Flamekeepers Hat Club 273 W 121st St 212 531 3542 Harlem Aesthetic Harlem American Harlem Candle Co. 212 457 4014 Harlem Haberdashery 245 Lenox Ave 646 707 0070 Harlem’s Heaven Boutique 2538 Adam Clayton Powell, Jr Blvd 212 491 7706 Harlem Underground 2217 Frederick Douglass Blvd 212 222 4419 Hats by Bunn 2283 Adam Clayton Powell, Jr Blvd 212 694 3590 The Brownstone 24 E 125th St 212 996 7980 Throttle 219 W 145th St Instagram Beauty/Grooming Bibi Salon 325 Lenox Ave Suite 2S 646 669 7511 Big Russ Barbershop 2474 Frederick Douglass Blvd Facebook Brazilian Babes 2285 Adam Clayton Powell, Jr Blvd 347 954 9994 Curly Textured Bar 115 Edgecombe Ave 917 261 6717 Denny Moe’s 2496 Frederick Douglass Blvd 646 423 5981 Honey Salon 174 St Nicholas Ave 212 663 0100 Levels 425 W 125th St 212 663 6144 Opulence Waxing Spa 2130 Adam Clayton Powell Jr, Blvd Ste 115 917 999 5918 Renaissance Curls 2376 Adam Clayton Powell Jr Blvd 929 545 6974 Children Grandma’s Place 84 W 120th St 212 360 6776 Harlem Pediatric Associates 2256 2nd Ave 212 678 5437 Community Boys & Girls Club of Harlem 521 W 145th St 212 283 6770 SoHarlem Creative Outlet 1361 Amsterdam Ave, Ste 340 212 222 2792 Flowers Barbara’s Flowers 2522 Frederick Douglass Blvd 212 234 3211 Franz James Floral Boutique 2114 Frederick Douglass Blvd 212 531 1400 Health/Fitness Harlem Chi Community Acupuncture 360 W 125th St, 2nd Fl 212 280 7900 Harlem Cycle 2350 Adam Clayton Powell, Jr Blvd 646 404 2891 Harlem Pilates 60 W 129th St 108 W 116th St JTW FIT Home/Gifts NiLu 191 Lenox Ave 646 964 4926 Yara Imports 2 W 125th St 212 289 3842 Services Cohen’s Fashion Optical 86 W 125th St 212 996 2676 Comprehensive Dental Specialists, PC 45 W 132 St, Ste 1N 212 862 9600 Dr. Merrick’s Dental Studio 260 W 139th St 212 281 1283 Harlem Center for Aesthetic Dentistry 470 Lenox Ave, Suite 1D Lenox Terrace Apartments 347 894 5730 SCHOP! Personalized In-Home Food Service 917 689 7106 Sudsy Water 2394 Adam Clayton Powell, Jr Blvd 347 366 8079 Other Cafe Melo By Dr Green (Event space) 345 Lenox Ave, New York, NY 10027 646 682 9093 Cove Lounge 325 Lenox Ave 212 665 3455 Hempsville Harlem 2384 Adam Clayton Powell Jr Blvd K’Lacquer The Self Care Shop 2472 Adam Clayton Powell Jr Blvd 212 678 4858 Muse 66 Edgecombe Ave 212 283 5340 Paint N Pour NYC 2080 Frederick Douglass Blvd 212 203 4361 TASTE American Chocolat Restaurant Lounge 2223 Frederick Douglass Blvd 212 222 4545 Field Trip 109 Lenox Ave 917 639 3919 Greedy Pot 1944 Adam Clayton Powell Jr, Blvd 917 675 7676 Melba’s 300 W 114th St 212 864 7777 Mister Leroy's 2340 Adam Clayton Powell, Jr Blvd 646 454 9757 Instagram Red Rooster/Ginny’s Supper Club 310 Lenox Ave 212 792 9001 Renaissance 2245 Adam Clayton Powell, Jr Blvd 646 838 7604 Reverence 2592 Frederick Douglass Blvd Roberta's Fine Dining 231 W 145th St 606 609 2157 Spudz French Fry Shop 2046 Adam Clayton Powell, Jr Blvd 646 386 7799 The Row 2374 Adam Clayton Powell, Jr Blvd 646 767 9582 Bakery Lee Lee’s Bakery 283 W 118th St 917 493 6633 Make My Cake Coffee Shop & Bakehouse 409 W 125th 212 932 0833 Ma Smith’s Dessert Cafe 2380 Adam Clayton Powell, Jr Blvd 212 234 2344 The Oma, Shop 1707 Amsterdam Ave 646 360 4918 Sweet Chef Southern Style Bakery 122 Hamilton Pl 212 862 5909 Bars/Lounges/Pubs 67 Orange Street 2082 Frederick Douglass Blvd 212 662 2030 Harlem Hookah 381 Lenox Ave Harlem Hops 2268 Adam Clayton Powell Jr, Blvd 646 998 3444 Caribbean The Bleu Room 1813 Amsterdam Ave 646 371 9222 Instagram Exquisite Vibez 2308 Adam Clayton Powell Jr Blvd Instagram Kanü Bar|Grill 3628 Broadway 917 410 4127 Instagram Kingston Bakery Harlem 344 W 145th St 917 409 1731 Sisters Cuisine 47 E 124th St Patrick’s Place 2835 Frederick Douglass Blvd 212 491 7800 The Edge 101 Edgecombe Ave 212 939 9688 Latoya’s Kitchen 2492 Adam Clayton Powell Jr Blvd 212 234 6300 Coffee/Tea/Cafe Avrilililly’s 1610 Amsterdam Ave 917 265 8449 Ginjan Café 85 E 125th St Harlem Cafe 2259 Adam Clayton Powell, Jr Blvd 646 678 4617 Harlem Chocolate Factory 2363 Adam Clayton Powell, Jr Blvd 646 922 8816 I Like it Black 409 W 125th St 929 532 2253 NBHD Brulee 2620 Frederick Douglass Blvd (temporarily closed) OurtBox Cafe 2144 5th Ave 646 833 7684 Instagram Plowshares Coffee Roasters 1351 Amsterdam Ave 646 755 8667 Serengeti Kitchen Sugarhill Creamery 184 Lenox Ave 3629 Broadway 212 634 9004 Fast Bites Chick-fil-A 216 W 125th St 646 370 5144 Devin’s Fish & Chips 747 Saint Nicholas Ave Famous Fish Market 684 St Nicholas Ave 212 491 8323 Harlem Seafood Soul (Food Truck) NE Corner of W 125th St & Adam Clayton Powell, Jr Blvd Instagram Health Station- Food truck Truck stationed on 139th St (Lenox Ave) 347 634 5104 Jacob Soul Food Restaurant and Salad Bar 373 Lenox Avenue 2695 Frederick Douglass Blvd Lighthouse Fish Market 508 E 117th St 2451 Frederick Douglass Blvd Spudz French Fry Shop 2046 Adam Clayton Powell, Jr Blvd 646 386 7799 Ethiopian Abyssinia 268 W 135th St 212 281 2673 Lalibela 2084 Frederick Douglass Blvd 917 409 1609 Massawa 1239 Amsterdam Ave 212 663 0505 Tsion Cafe 763 St. Nicholas Avenue 212 234 2070 French Crepe Master 139 W 116th St 646 559 9224 Harlem Cafe 2259 Adam Clayton Powell, Jr Blvd 646 678 4617 Yatenga French Bistro & Bar‎ 2269 Adam Clayton Powell, Jr Blvd 212 690 0699‎ Italian Ristorante Settepani 196 Lenox Ave 917 492 4806 Vinateria 2211 Frederick Douglass Blvd 212 662 8462 Latin Amor Cubano 2018 3rd Ave 212 996 1220 Floridita 2276 12th Ave 212 662 0090 Senegalese Africa Kine Restaurant 2269 Adam Clayton Powell, Jr Blvd 212 666 9400 Patisserie Des Ambassades 2200 Frederick Douglass Blvd 212 666 0078 Ponty Bistro 2375 Adam Clayton Powell, Jr Blvd 212 234 6475 Teranga 1280 5th Ave Somalian Safari 55 Saint Nicholas Ave 646 964 4252 Southern/Soul BLVD Bistro 2149 Frederick Douglass Blvd 212 678 6200 Charles Pan Fried Chicken 340 W 145th St 212 281 1800 1325 5th Ave 646 833 7224 Harlem Biscuit Company 2308 Adam Clayton Powell Jr Blvd 929 390 1472 Londel’s Supper Club 2620 Frederick Douglass Blvd 212 234 6114 Melba’s 300 W 114th St 212 864 7777 Miss Maude’s Spoonbread 366 W 110th St 212 865 6744 Sylvia’s 328 Lenox Ave 212 996 0660 Vegetarian Mad Juicy Juice Bar 100 W 139th St 917 409 1501 New Life Juice Bar 2494 Frederick Douglass Blvd 646 882 0071 Slutty Vegan 300 W 135th St 917 905 9091 Uptown Juice Bar 54 E 125th St 212 987 2660 Facebook Uptown Veg II 349 Lenox Ave 646 590 0308 Facebook Vegan Hood 2100 Frederick Douglass Blvd 917 265 8172

  • Your Journey, HEF Support: Apply for Growth Path

    Unlock new opportunities with Growth Path, a business advisory service offering 40 hours of FREE expert advice and mentorship in Marketing, Financial Management, or Human Resources for Black and Hispanic-owned businesses in Harlem, Inwood, Washington Heights, and the South Bronx. In 2022, our diverse group of participants achieved remarkable results. Here's what they had to say: 100% highly recommend the program 62% anticipate an expansion in their staffing levels 38% expect to increase revenue or reduce operating costs If you've been in business for at least a year, have at least one employee, and generate $100K - $10M in annual revenue, apply today to take advantage of this opportunity. Get ready to take your business to the next level; apply to Growth Path. Growth Path is powered by Angie Hancock & Associates. Applications are due 9/15.

  • Harlem Business Alliance

    The Harlem Business Alliance (HBA), a 501(c)3 not-for-profit established in 1980, creates environments and opportunities that produce successful entrepreneurs and creates jobs for local residents. HBA is dedicated to enriching the local business community, with an emphasis on Black owned businesses through education, support and advocacy. They believe local businesses create better communities and we inspire Black entrepreneurs to grow their roots not just locally but globally. HBA’s history of successful business development and advocacy includes active involvement in the formation of the Upper Manhattan Empowerment Zone (UMEZ) and the Clinton Foundation’s creation of its Harlem Small Business Initiative. Our partnerships with UMEZ, TD Bank, the Harvard Business School Club of New York and Capital One Bank funded financial and business planning workshops. HBA is a US Treasury Certified CDE (Community Development Entity) and BBB Accredited Charity. Services Workshops HBA workshops teach basic business skills and provide vital information that businesses and individuals need to succeed in today’s business climate. One-on-One They provide One-on-One technical assistance from their subject matter experts in marketing, finance, business development and management, and IT to help starting or growing a business. Power Networking Events HBA Clients are in the room during events attended by representatives from the public and private sector including former Mayor Bloomberg and Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer, Assembly Member Inez Dickens, State Senator Brian Benjamin, Artimus Construction, and Airbnb. Patient Lending Their in-house microloan fund provides loans between $5k and $65k to qualified Harlem entrepreneurs. Combined with their on-going technical assistance and commitment to client’s success, HBA’s loan program has been instrumental in developing successful Harlem entrepreneurs.

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