GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR RETAIL OWNERS: Queen City Pop Up Project

(Buffalo, NY) Buffalo is introducing a great opportunity for Business owners to introduce and expand your business. It’s the  new “Queen City Pop Up” Project, a unique opportunity for local retailers to receive FREE rent on Main Street in downtown Buffalo for the holiday season.

Queen City Pop Up RFP  Queen City Pop Up RFP 2014

MUST SUBMIT A PROPOSAL: All proposals should be submitted by Wednesday, Oct. 8, 2014 to:

Brandye Merriweather
Project Coordinator – Downtown Development
Buffalo Urban Development Corporation
95 Perry Street – Suite 404
Buffalo, New York 14203
(716) 856-6525 ext. 131
bmerriweather@ecidany.com

DEADLINE: Wednesday, October 8 at 4:00 p.m.

 

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Buffalo, NY is the Place to be for Local and Small Business

2013 BALLE Conference
Business Alliance for Local Living Economies(BALLE)

June 12 – 14, 2013

Hosted by: Buffalo First

Buffalo First used localism to fix a broken economy—they focused on strengthening the locally-owned businesses that made Buffalo great in the first place. They launched a “Think Local First” campaign encouraging people to grow and buy local produce, to support local independent businesses and artisans, and to seek out socially responsible businesses.

Where:
Buffalo State College
1300 Elmwood Ave
Buffalo, New York
14222

IN BALLE’s WORDS …..

Why attend?

  • Network
  • Lead
  • Be Inspired

Are you passionate about connecting the dots of supply and demand through local manufacturing or food systems? Are you working to spur economic development and support sustainable business values at the same time? Do you see small, strong, local business as a force for change and a way to revive entire communities?

When you attend a BALLE conference, you learn from pioneering entrepreneurs what business ideas are transforming the local – and national – landscape.

  •     Network with the nation’s local movement founders and visionaries
  •     Witness how the latest community capital techniques are transforming the local economy landscape
  •     Catch the latest local business developments in public policy and economic development
  •     Be inspired by local, community-supported everything: food, finance, manufacturing, energy, retail, and more.

Who should attend?

  • Entrepreneurs
  • Localists
  • Network leaders

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