Join the Queens Chamber of Commerce and Commissioner of Consumer Affairs Julie Menin for a Small Business Town Hall. This event is part of a five-borough series to educate business owners and other key leaders on the two-dozen reforms that have been implemented by the Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA) to bring much-needed relief to thousands of New York City’s small businesses. These reforms reduce the number and cost of violations for small businesses, increase transparency and fairness, and expand business outreach and education. The Agency expects a reduction of approximately $5 million in fines since last fiscal year, a goal of Mayor de Blasio’s. Meanwhile, owners can reinvest their hard-earned money back into their businesses, instead of paying onerous fines.
Date: Monday, October 27, 2014
Time: 8:30 AM – 10:00 AM
Location: Queens Chamber
Bulova Corporate Center 75-20 Astoria Boulevard. Jackson Heights, 11372