EventReport - August 2020

What NYC’s immigrant & minority-owned businesses need now

During the summer of 2020, CUF convened a three-part series of live-streamed discussions focused on specific policy solutions to support the city’s diverse small businesses. These discussions generated dozens of concrete ideas to help these businesses get through the crisis, including five key recommendations that surfaced during all three of our discussions.


Report - July 2020

Recovery Signs, New Lows: NYC Employment by Industry Since the Outbreak of Coronavirus

While the coronavirus pandemic has affected nearly every part of New York City's economy, new research and analysis shows that the toll has differed strikingly by industry.


Event - July 2020

Relaunching NYC’s Economy: What Industries are Poised to Lead the Recovery?

On July 21st, the Center for an Urban Future held a virtual policy forum to discuss which industries are best positioned for growth coming out of the pandemic and how to best harness the city’s economic assets to spark an inclusive and lasting economic recovery.


impact - July 2020

CUF inspires pilot program to open up streets and public spaces for outdoor commerce

Staten Island Economic Development Corporation piloted a new program this past weekend that closed down a busy street in the New Dorp Lane District to allow for outside dining and outdoor shopping, inspired by recent CUF recommendations.


Event - June 2020

7 ideas to help Brooklyn’s diverse businesses rebound

On June 24th, the Center for an Urban Future held a virtual policy forum to examine the specific challenges facing Brooklyn's immigrant- and minority-owned businesses and explore what can be done to help these entrepreneurs navigate the crisis and come back strong.


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