Community Capital’s Entrepreneurial Pop Up Shop Encourages Residents to Buy Local

Dozens of Westchester residents stopped in to Community Capital New York’s Entrepreneurial Pop Up Shop last week to buy local for the holidays! Sponsored by Tompkins Mahopac Bank, the event, held at small business loan client Ground Floor Co-working in New Rochelle, featured more than a dozen small business loan clients of the nonprofit microfinance lender, from Posh Pretzels selling chocolate-covered treats that made the Oscar Swag bags last ...
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Just in Time for the Holidays

The Harvard Business Review’s Daily Stat reports today that Merely Seeing a Box Being Opened Makes You Like What’s Inside Research participants were more interested in buying a commemorative coin that was in a little red box if they observed the box being opened, as opposed to simply seeing the coin in the open box (0.43 versus minus-0.32 on a willingness-to-buy scale of minus-5 to 5), even though there was no surprise involved: In both ...
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Community Capital on ABC!

CommunityCapital New York's Vice President of Lending, Simone Obermaier, and loan client Mercedes Nunez, were guests of ABC's El Tiempo Spanish programming show hosted by Westchester resident Joe Torres! Mercedes, as CEO and Founder of Palisades Cleaning Service, was the first recipient of a small business loan from Community Capital's CFA Award, the Million for Main Street Fund, and has since doubled her employees from 17 to 35, and provides ...
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A Million for Main Street

Community Capital New York’s Hudson Valley Opportunity Loan Fund Awarded $1m by Governor Cuomo in the Regional Economic Development Council (REDC) Initiative $1 Million to  be matched with SBA Funds to create $2 million in loan capital for the Hudson Valley Businesses October, 2015--Community Capital New York, the largest nonprofit SBA microfinance lender in the region, was awarded $1 million in loan capital by Governor Andrew Cuomo in ...
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$2 million up for grabs for Hudson Valley businesses

BEACON — Small businesses in the Hudson Valley can look forward to a new $2 million fund for microloans. Money from Community Capital New York can make a huge difference to a little enterprise. Just ask Ernie Molina. Molina and his wife, Mary, began their business, Lola Granola, named after their daughter, several years ago when they'd hit hard times financially. The Bedford Hills couple got a loan from the Community Capital nonprofit ...
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