Private Bank Collaboration
Other Newark Entrepreneurial Resources
If you need additional services or resources to assist you pursue your entrepreneurial dreams; here are other Newark based resources that can help you.
To receive assistance developing a business plan or receive training to run a business, contact: NJ SBDC (New Jersey Small Business Development Corporation at Rutgers-Newark,NJSBDC.com), IFEL (Institute for Entrepreneurial Leadership, ifelnj.org ), Rising Tide Capital (Risingtidecapital.org) or GNEC (Greater Newark Enterprises Corp. gnecorp.org).
To apply for a loan elsewhere, we recommend reaching out to SBA (Small Business Adminstration, 973-645-2434), the Profeta Urban Investment Foundation (profetafoundation.org), GNEC (Greater Newark Enterprises Corp., gnecorp.org), or the Intersect Fund (intersectfund.org).
To register to win a contract with Essex County and attend free seminars and training programs, contact: Essex County Office of Small Business Development and Affirmative Action (http://www.ecbizcenter.com/).
Finally, if you want to sell your products or services to Federal, State or Local government agencies, please contact NJIT Procurement Technical Assistance Center: njit.edu/ptac.
If you have any questions, please contact Alexandra Demirali, Senior Loan Officer, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Micro Loan program
Thank you for your interest in Newark Community Economic Development Corporation’s (Newark CEDC) microloan program. Our microloan program awards loans that are $2,000 or less. These loans are available for candidates that might not have credit scores, but currently have a small ongoing business. You will be required to raise $50 each from a minimum of ten associates to qualify for our loans. If you have ten family, friends and community members that are willing to lend you money, then you might be a good candidate for Newark CEDC microloan program. Please click here to read the attached microloan application for additional details on this program.