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CSI Renames Business School in Honor of Jay and Lucille Chazanoff

The College of Staten Island’s School of Business was officially renamed in honor of Jay and Lucille Chazanoff last month after...

Development Flourished in 2019 as SI Saw Continued Growth in Both Commercial and Residential Projects

A number of large scale retail and residential projects continued to boost Staten Island’s economy in 2019, indicating a borough-wide construction...

Year in Review: What Affected Borough Business Most in 2019?

For the Staten Island business community, the launch of 2019 was best defined by uncertainty. While the national economic...

Co-working Concept Continues to Evolve on Staten Island

When Kevin Lawrie decided to launch one of Staten Island’s first shared office spaces in 2013, his initial idea was to...

Local BIDs Organize a Strong Marketing Effort for Small Business Saturday

Since its launch in 2010, Small Business Saturday has offered a much needed holiday boost to local businesses across the nation....

New Bankruptcy Law Offers Relief to Small Businesses

Starting February 20, 2020, small business owners on the brink of bankruptcy can breathe a little easier as Congress’ Small Business...

Small Business Resources Offer Big Help

If you’re in the process of starting a small business or simply trying to keep your current company afloat, the tasks...

Is Retail Shrinking? New Citywide Storefront Vacancy Analysis Identifies a Lull in Staten Island’s Business Landscape

Despite evidence of continued economic expansion and an excessive launch of new retail properties throughout Staten Island, a new in-depth...

Corporate Events Take on a New Look As Business Owners Think Outside of the Box

For years, the Greenbelt Conservancy has played as the host to one of the borough’s most casual and innovative fundraising events:...

Made On Staten Island: Film Production Increases Here as BP Encourages Movie Making in All Corners of the Borough

There’s been an uptick in those ubiquitous yellow film production signs around the borough lately, a universal scattering of the mysterious...

Planning a Party On-Site? Experts Say There Are Plenty of Ways to be Creative

Over the past several years, as the vibe of corporate meetings and gatherings has changed and many Staten Island companies are...

Empire Outlets Launches Specialty Leasing Program

Empire Outlets recently launched a specialty leasing program that is being marketed to small brands and local business owners looking for more...

Cyber Threat Is Big For Small Business

When several data breaches recently exposed the personal information of millions, anyone with a credit history and a brain scrambled to...

Is Your Business Prepared For End Of Windows 7 Support?

When Windows 7 support ends on Jan. 14, 2020, technical assistance and software updates that help protect your PC will no...

Richmond University Medical Center Unveils Patient Tracker, Other Innovative Technologies

After the official launch of its “Patient Tracker” program last month, family and friends of surgical patients at Richmond University Medical...

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