Join us on February 26th through March 8th as we strive to make an impact across the 5 boroughs!
Come, observe and participate in a series of panels, presentations and interactive crowd-sourced discussions as we present entrepreneurial solutions to social, economic, and environmental challenges facing NYC’s underserved, minority,immigrant and low-income communities.
Over the course of 10 days across all 5 boroughs of New York, we address 6 critical challenges affecting NYC underserved communities- the 45.6% of New Yorkers living at or below the poverty level. Be Part of the Solution!
Admission for Bronx Day 5 event is Free for Fordham Students & Faculty students with Student ID.
DAY 5: BRONX -Friday, March 6th at 1PM
Fordham University Rose Hill: Campus Center for Digital Transformation & Center for Humanistic Management: Gabelli School of Business
Driving Sustainable Economic Growth through Small Business. How can we support sustainable economic growth in NYC’s immigrant, minority and low-income communities through small business development?
For further information please download NYC Social Brochure PDF
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