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Legislator Denenberg Encourages Small Businesses To Sustain and Expand Operations Even Now

Nassau County Legislator Dave Denenberg (D-Merrick) encouraged small business owners to stay in Nassau County even in these difficult economic times at the Office of Economic Development and the Nassau County Industrial Development Agency’s Small Business Workshop. The free seminar offered suggestions to small businesses looking to sustain and expand their operations presenting vital information about the valuable resources available to assist in the relocation, expansion and retention of businesses in the county. The workshop focused on several key areas including the Empire Zones, low-cost financing, energy discounts, and tax incentives.

Legislator Denenberg Encourages Small Businesses To Sustain and Expand Operations Even Now

Nassau County Legislator Dave Denenberg (D-Merrick), second from left, encouraged small businesses to stay in Nassau County

at a recent Nassau County Small Business Workshop hosted by the Office of Economic Development, and the Nassau County

Industrial Development Agency held at the Theodore Roosevelt County Executive and Legislative Building. He was joined by,

from left, Deputy Director of Minority Affairs Dean Bennett, Cara Lansworth, Nassau County Industrial Development Agency,

Mohinder Singh Taneja, Minority Affairs and Nassau County Legislator Dave Mejias.