MVEDD to host Small Business Workshop

The Mohawk Valley Economic Development District (MVEDD) will host a Small Business Workshop on December 12 from 3:00 to 5:00pm at the Fort Plain High School Library.

Leaders and staff of small businesses and nonprofits are encouraged to join in this free event to discuss your projects, business needs and future goals!

Most small businesses and nonprofits work hard throughout the year to be more efficient, and sustain and grow their business. Take some time to enjoy refreshments while connecting with area business leaders during the workshop:

  1. Meet the MVEDD team who can help you and your organization thrive with new tools, methods and resources available.
  2. Network to discover what other people are doing, meet potential customers and vendors, while developing collaborative business relationships to help your business grow.
  3. Get inspired with new ideas, motivation, and contact with folks who can help you get started!

What to Expect

Presenters have put together a valuable and insightful program of speakers and topics to help local organizations grow.

Topics include:

  • Overview of MVEDD’s Small Business Loan Fund
  • Workforce Development opportunities and funding
  • Engage with other local businesses to exchange ideas
  • Learn about accessing potential grant funding
  • Reduce your heating and cooling costs through dean energy upgrades
    … AND MORE!


The small business workshop takes place on December 12, 2023 from 3:00pm until 5:00pm at the Fort Plain High School Library.

Find out how MVEDD can help advance your small business or non-profit! For more information about the workshop please email or call (315) 866-4671.

MVEDD Small Business Workshop December 12 from 3-5pm at the Fort Plain Library

About Mohawk Valley Economic Development District (MVEDD)

As one of nine Federal Economic Development Districts (EDD) in New York State, MVEDD has been serving Fulton, Herkimer, Montgomery, Oneida, Otsego, and Schoharie Counties since 1966.

MVEDD has greatly broadened its programs and services since inception. The district has worked with nearly all of the 169 unique municipalities located in the region. These partnerships allow municipalities to apply for funding and build relationships with EDA and other federal programs that can directly benefit the communities of the Mohawk Valley.

MVEDD works to foster economic well-being for the communities in the Mohawk Valley through collaborative partnerships, innovative programs, and community engagement.

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