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: ARCC - SBA Discussion on PPP
: Jan 26, 2021 01:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
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The ARCC is hosting a conversation with Jeffrey Boyce, Upstate New York Branch Manager for the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA)
, on the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). This moderated discussion will feature submitted questions from attendees, as well as general information on PPP.
About Jeffrey Boyce
Jeffrey Boyce was appointed Upstate New York Branch Manager for the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) in February of 2020. In this role he manages a significant portion of the 34- county
district office’s territory, including the Capital Region, Hudson Valley, North Country and Southern Tier. He collaborates with public and private sector agencies, organizations, and individuals to promote SBA capital access programs, in addition to other SBA federal resources that assist small business owners and entrepreneurs. Mr. Boyce also serves as SBA’s Project Officer for the New York State Small Business Development Center (SBDC) network.
Boyce is a New York native with extensive experience in economic development. Most recently he served as Director of Economic Development at the SUNY Research Foundation, leading programs including SUNY’s system-wide START-UP NY tax-free zone program. This initiative launched hundreds small business partnerships with SUNY’s 64 campuses, creating new jobs, investment and experiential learning opportunities for students.
Previously, Boyce also worked for New York State Empire State Development, including as Director of ESD’s Division for Small Business, Assistant Deputy Commissioner for Manufacturing Services and Deputy Commissioner for Small Business Services. In these progressively responsible roles, he oversaw small business financial and technical assistance delivery to New York firms; manufacturing efficiency grants; early-stage equity investments in high-tech firms; commercial loan interest rate subsidies; and workforce development grants.
Boyce began his career as Senior Staff Assistant to the Monroe County Executive, supporting the management of a diverse county government with more than 5,000 employees and a budget of nearly $1B. He then went on to helped to create and lead the Governor’s Office of Regulatory Reform, directing a team that implemented regulatory and permitting reforms that saved New York more than $500M.