City copies small-business outreach program

A small-business outreach initiative begun by the Partnership for New York City during the pandemic has provided a model for reviving the city’s economy as the emergency eases.

Mayor Eric Adams included the initiative, Small Business Resource Network, in a recovery program he proposed on March 10. The Partnership, a membership organization that includes the city’s most influential private businesses, embedded liaisons in each of the five chambers of commerce during the pandemic lockdown. The liaisons and chambers worked together to help small businesses file for federal assistance and create websites, if they were lacking, to keep them in touch with customers.

Now the Partnership is looking to

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