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The Greater Flushing Chamber of Commerce may still be in its infancy, but in only a short time, it has already proven itself to be a leader among advocacy groups in Flushing.
The Greater Flushing Chamber of Commerce has become an indispensable organization in our vibrant and diverse Flushing community.
I know that the Chamber will be at the forefront of the continued renaissance of Flushing with the new economic opportunities that we all advocate.
The visionary leadership and entrepreneurial spirit of the Greater Flushing Chamber of Commerce enhances our ability to grow new ventures while strengthening existing businesses, large and small.
The Greater Flushing Chamber of Commerce has worked tirelessly to empower the Flushing business community as a vibrant multicultural membership association.
TOP BUSINESS CHALLENGES
Through focus groups and surveys, the Chamber has identified a number of challenges facing our business community:
- Escalating commercial rents
- Inadequate transportation infrastructure
- Traffic & pedestrian congestion
- Labor costs & regulations
- Marketing & advertising costs
How Can We Help?
As a business owner, choosing the right legal structure is ideal for optimal growth within the business. The NYC Department of Small Business Services is offering a FREE workshop to help business owners choose the right structure. Every organization has a different business structure that can, ultimately, impact your tax liabilities, potential personal liability, asset protection, and more. This course […]
Everyone wishes for more time in the world so they can be more productive. Schooley Mitchell has provided us the opportunity to share their best time saving advice. Time. There’s just never enough. Or is there? Most of us claim to be time poor, yet we seldom evaluate our daily routine and schedule to identify opportunities for improvement. After all, […]
Beginning Tuesday, December 4 through the morning of Saturday, December 8, 2018, the NYC Department of Transportation Division of Bridges will close the single eastbound lane of the Roosevelt Avenue Bridge between 126th Street and Janet Place. Lanes on the bridge have already been reduced to two lanes due to Stage 1 construction– as a result, only one lane of westbound […]