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Community Capital serves as an economic catalyst working to strengthen the prosperity of our communities and the lives of the people who live in them. By leveraging education, human and civic resources and through flexible, innovative and responsible financing, we enable traditionally underserved people to become stake holders in a more inclusive economy.

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Vet2Vet Task Force: Fostering Veteran Entrepreneurship in the Hudson Valley

A safe, affordable home, a reliable job, and access to health and business support are some of the building blocks that all people need to...

Building Credit for Your Business

By: Kim Jacobs, President and CEO at Community Capital New York  When launching a new business, entrepreneurs quickly learn that their personal credit history and...

What’s in a Credit Score?

By: Rachael Dubin, Senior VP of Lending at Community Capital New York When applying for a small business loan, the first thing a lender will...

Supporting the Women Entrepreneurs of Community Capital New York at the Women’s Leadership Summit

We know entrepreneurs need much more than just financing.  We were thrilled to be able to invite several strong women entrepreneurs to the Women’s Leadership...

Energy Efficient Businesses

As the temperatures rise, save on utility bills by making your business more energy efficient. Now is an exciting time in New York State to...

Doing What We Do…Better!

Pinpointing Opportunities for Growth. Ours is a success story about how two organizations with aligned missions joined forces to innovate and improve how we meet...

Pop-Up Legal Clinic at Community Capital

In partnership with Fordham Law alumnus William Malpica and Fordham Law’s Entrepreneurial Law Clinic, Community Capital recently held a one day pop-up clinic to provide...

5 Questions to ask yourself before hiring a new employee

For most small business owners, the decision to hire their first employee is not a small or easy one. Many small business owners are hesitant about adding...

5 things to consider before setting a price for your goods and services

When it comes to setting an initial price, you can generally choose from one of three options: You can charge a premium price (this works...
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