Workshops and Seminars

The Flushing Chamber is launching a new series of business assistance workshops designed to help businesses benefit from our upcoming district marketing campaign in 2017.

Build Your Business! Learn How to Get More Customers from Experienced Marketing Professionals!! This is workshop is part of a seven-part program to provide the tools and resources you need to successfully market your products and services.

FREE workshop topics include:
□ Marketing Fundamentals
□ Advanced Marketing
□ Web-Based Marketing
□ Social Media Fundamentals
□ Advanced Social Media Strategies

Sign up today for these FREE workshops!!! 

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NYC Small Business Services offers free workshops to help you get guidance on the right strategy for your business. In the three marketing courses below designed to help your business grow, learn the fundamental components of a successful marketing strategy and use tools for developing a comprehensive marketing plan. This series of workshops are designed to be helpful to start-ups and expanding businesses bringing a new product to the marketplace.


  1. Monday, April 10, 6-8pm - Marketing 101

  2. Monday, May 8, 6-8pm -Mastering Marketing (Session 1)

  3. Monday, June 2, 6-8pm- Mastering Marketing
    (Session 2)


"The Neighborhood 360°Program was created by the NYC Department of Small Business Services to identify, develop, and launch commercial revitalization projects in partnership with local stakeholders."