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Donuts Chain Expanding Across NYC

Famed donut chain Krispy Kreme is launching its most ambitious New York City expansion in more than a decade. Krispy Kreme is expanding across NYC In the first few months of 2020, 80-year-old Krispy Kreme will open seven new locations, including a newly remodeled Penn Station location opened in January and a new midtown location opened February 4. The other locations will be in the Financial District, the Bronx near Fordham University, Harlem and the…

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New York City is the Emerging Tech Capital of the World

The world’s great financial institutions have headquarters in NYC, giving the Big Apple the distinction of being the world’s financial center. Now the fast-paced technological surge is giving the City a new designation: tech capital of the world. As four tech platform leaders – Amazon, Apple, Google, and Facebook – plan to collectively employ 20,000 tech workers in their New York City offices in 2020, some are calling this the golden age of NYC tech…


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New York Small Businesses Get Reality T.V. Boost

Fredonia, a small city in upstate New York, is among the five semi-finalists to be featured on the Small Business Revolution reality television show. It is the only New York location selected from all the contenders. Small Businesses like the bakery in Fredonia, New York could win a remodel on Small Business Revolution. The other semi-finalists are Benicia, CA, Livingston, MT, Spearfish, SD and The Dalles, OR. The winning town will be awarded $500,000 for…


Booming Business Brands

Last week the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce kicked-off a “Brooklyn Made” program in order to certify the authenticity of products who dare to claim that they are actually and 100% truly “Made in Brooklyn.” Not only will the certification tell consumers where the manufacturer is headquartered, but a rating of gold, silver or bronze will allow the most discerning customers the ability to distinguish between products merely from Brooklyn and products that create manufacturing jobs…



Walmart Buys Brooklyn Start-Up

Just because Walmart does not have a store of its own anywhere in New York City does not mean New Yorkers can’t get the Walmart goods to their doors, pronto. Over the course of the past year Walmart has made five e-commerce purchases to insure its online customers that they can have same-day delivery of Walmart products. The latest purchase is of Brooklyn startup Parcel for almost $10 million. Parcel was launched in 2013 by…