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Contact individual partners to set up a consultation to see how they can help your small business sustain and grow.

One Hundred Black Men

Small businesses don't always have basic administrative support to effectively manage and operate their businesses. For example, a small contractor may not have administrative support to process their invoices on a timely basis in order to maintain positive cash flow.

Back office support assistance may include:
  • Provide specific guidance and training in the areas of cash flow and financial management
  • Business Communications
  • Guidance with access to capital and surety bonding
  • Insurance Matters

Please note that back office support can be tailored to the specific needs of the individual small business.

Asian American Business Development Center

AABDC encourages Asian American businesses to be more actively involved in issues and policies that directly affect them at the federal, state, and city levels and provides capacity-building assistance to business entities that enables them to compete in the mainstream marketplace and expand business opportunities.
  • Leveraged business networks for small businesses to expand opportunities
  • Guidance and advocating for fair representations
  • Diversity and Inclusion education/workshops to enhance retention and sustainability

Hispanic Federation

HF works locally, state-wide, and nationally to strengthen Latino nonprofits, promote public policy advocacy, and bring to scale a portfolio of innovative community programs. As part of its economic empowerment portfolio, HF provides resilience opportunities to the Latino business community by offering a connection to entrepreneurship and small business resources, including member agencies that can provide direct assistance and professional development.


Video educational resources to help support small businesses.

Webinar: Racial Inclusion, Diversity and Equality in Business

An Open Conversation: Racial Inclusion, Diversity and Equality in Business” is an important and necessary forum on racial equality within business. A panel with diverse experiences and viewpoints will lend expert analysis and advice on the struggles of black business owners as well as examine how all business leaders can diversify their workplace at all levels, and ensure that employees maintain an inclusive business environment that respects all employees, customers and clients.

Panelists include:

  • Dr. Hazel Dukes | President, NAACP New York State Conference
  • Garry Johnson | Economic Development Chair, NAACP New York State Conference
  • Helen Brooks | Senior State and Local Government Affairs Representative, FedEx Corporation
  • Michael J. Garner | Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer Metropolitan Transportation Authority State of New York/ President, Founding Chapter One Hundred Black Men
  • Michelle McCleary | Immediate Past President, National Black MBA Association – New York Chapter

Thu, June 25, 2020
10:00 AM – 12:00 PM EDT
Free and open to all businesses


Human Resources Planning for COVID-19

In this webinar, we'll discuss ways nonprofit Human Resources departments can prepare for and manage services for employees during the COVID-19 outbreak.

How to Zoom: Essential Tools

This webinar discusses:
When to use for online meetings and webinars
Zoom settings & controls
How to host, co-host or serve as a panelist
Broadcast & recording essentials
Gathering reports

Counter anti-Asian racism and respond to discrimination, harassment, and physical violence.

The fear of the coronavirus is manifesting as racism against people who are of Chinese or East Asian descent after the virus was first identified in the United States in January. Asian Americans across the country are being shunned, shamed, and verbally or physically assaulted as fear over the coronavirus spreads.

How to Work From Home and Be Productive

COVID-19 has changed everything. Working effectively while remote is now a matter of business necessity. Leaders, managers, and employees all have to make changes to implement remote work protocols. As the new york state is taking a phased-in approach to reopening, Asian Americans need to be aware of the best practices of both in-office or remote work to accomplish business and personal responsibilities.

Partner video channels

AABDC on YouTube

Visit AABDC's youtube channel to learn leadership, entrepreneurship, diversity and inclusion practices from the top business leaders across the country.

Hispanic Federation on vimeo

Visit HF's vimeo channel to learn leadership, entrepreneurship, diversity and inclusion practices from the top business leaders across the country.


Information to keep at your fingertips.

Resources Small Businesses Impacted by COVID-19 - NYC - SBS - PDF
Paycheck Protection Program - Loan Forgiveness Application - PDF
Express Bridge Loan Pilot Program Program Guide - PDF
Paycheck Protection Program - How to Calculate Maximum Loan Amounts – By Business Type - PDF
Paycheck Protection Program Loans Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) - PDF
Lenders Participating in PPP by project state through 06/01/2020 - PDF
Guidelines for Corporate Managers and Employees to Support the Asian American Community amid COVID-19 - PDF
Taking Risks, Changing the Game - PDF
The New Majority is the New Normal for Business - PDF
Making Impact: Diversity and Inclusion IS a Business Strategy - PDF
The Young and the Relentless: How the Now Generation is Shaping Diversity in the Workplace for the Future - PDF


Eguide: The Action Plan for Small Businesses

Download the Action Plan for specific steps you can take to find solutions and protect your business during the coronavirus crisis.

Article: COVID-19 Federal Tax Relief for Small Businesses

These changes include a payroll tax deferral, three new business tax credits, and new federal tax filing and payment deadlines.

Article: Covid-19's Impact on Digital Marketing

Why Small Businesses Need a Digital Marketing Strategy—Especially During the Pandemic.

Checklist: Reopening Your Small Business After the Coronavirus Shutdown

This reopening plan checklist will help ensure you take all the relevant factors into account to develop a well-thought-out plan, and includes resources to help you.

Article: 3 Tips for Properly Pivoting Your Business Model

Amid COVID-19, many businesses are hard at work pivoting their business models.

US CARES Act Information - US Treasury

Information on the CARES act legislation.

COVID-19 & the American Workplace - US DOL

Guidance on COVID-19 from the Department of Labor.

COVID-19 Small Business Guidance and Loan Resources - US SBA

Guidance on COVID-19 and loan resources from the Small Business Association

CDC - COVID-19 Information

Learn more about how you can protect yourself, your families, and your communities from COVID-19.

SAMHSA's Disaster Distress Helpline

The COVID-19 pandemic is understandably causing a great deal of stress and anxiety for many people. It is as important a time as ever to be mindful of the ways in which information may be impacting our mental health. SAMHSA's Disaster Distress Helpline is available and can provide immediate support to those in need. You can call 1-800-985-5990 or text TalkWithUs to 66746 to connect with a trained crisis counselor. The helpline is available 24/7/365

Economic Injury Disaster Loan Program for Nonprofits - US SBA

The U.S. Small Business Administration's Economic Injury Disaster Loan program is providing low-interest working capital loans of up to $2 million to nonprofits in need of financial assistance.


Organizations dedicated to supporting, uplifting, and advancing Asian American, Latinx, and Black communities.

National Association for the Advancement of Colored People

The mission of the NAACP is to ensure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of rights of all persons and to eliminate race-based discrimination.

National Urban League

Enabling African Americans and other underserved urban residents to secure economic self-reliance, parity, power and civil rights.

National Association of Minority Contractors

NAMC is the oldest minority construction trade association in the United States.

New York in China Center

Explore trade and investment opportunity in China through the Trade Mission to China Delegation. - More About AABDC Trade Missions To China

Outstanding 50 Asian Americans in Business

Find out how to participate in the annual Outstanding 50 Asian Americans in Business Award Gala.

Asian American Business Roundtable Summit

Find out how to participate in the Asian American Business Roundtable Summit.

Informed Immigrant - Resources For the Undocumented is dedicated to increasing access to resources and knowledge for the undocumented immigrant community across the U.S.

Panel Discussion with Business Leaders on Mitigating Challenges

Learn best practices from corporate leaders to mitigate challenges, including discrimination, during difficult times.


New York in China Center - 纽约中心

Explore trade and investment opportunity in China through the Trade Mission to China Delegation

AABDC Statement - 亚美商业发展中心声明 - PDF
Joint Declaration - 联合声明 - PDF
AABDC Overview - 亚美商业发展中心与纽约中心 - PDF


Programa de Protección de Pago (PPP, por sus siglas en inglés) Formulario de Solicitud del Prestatario - PDF
Programa de Protección de Pago Solicitud de condonación de préstamos - PDF