Last night, the Brooklyn Public Library’s 17th annual PowerUp! [https://www.bklynlibrary.org/business/powerup] competition culminated in a Zoom program to announce the winners. The competition, which was hosted by Joe Connolly of WCBS News Radio, began with over 300 participants and 90 business proposals. The awards ceremony
Entrepreneurs from across Brooklyn came together last night to compete for cash prizes at the Brooklyn Public Library’s PowerUP! Business Plan Competition. The $15,000 first prize went to Jared Moldonado, founder of Catch-A-Ride [http://catcharidebus.com/], a bus service connecting the outer boroughs to cities in the northeast.
Got a great idea for a business, but need a little guidance — and perhaps a little money to fund it? You may want to check out the Brooklyn Public Library’s PowerUP! Business Plan Competition [http://www.bklynpubliclibrary.org/locations/business/powerup/], which is currently accepting entries. If you live
We’ve gotten tons of good business ideas for the various [/blog/business/what-do-you-want-to-see-at-1023-church-avenue] vacant storefronts [/blog/business/bismallah-leaves-1002-cortelyou-road-vacant-whats-next] in the neighborhood. Why not make one of those ideas a reality? Now in its 10th year, the Brooklyn Public Library’s PowerUP! Competition [http://www.bklynpubliclibrary.org/locations/business/powerup/