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The New York Enterprise Report announces its Best Practice finalists for the Small Business Awards and two of the finalists come from Brooklyn The winners will be announced at the Awards Gala, September 17 from 6-10 p.m. at The Metropolitan Pavilion in New York City.

“We received a numerous amount of highly-qualified applications from many of the tri-state area’s accomplished small businesses,” said “New York Enterprise Report” Editor-in-Chief and Publisher Robert Levin. “We are proud to recognize the selected companies for their unique use of best practices, something typically associated with larger companies.”

Brooklyn finalists included Scarano Architect, PLLC, Human Resources & Leadership and Visual Merchandising International, Marketing & Sales.

The finalists were chosen based on their ability to demonstrate the use of a best practice to generate competitive advantages, revenue profits and/or long-term value in one of five categories: Human Resources & Leadership, Technology, Marketing & Sales, Green Business, and Mergers & Acquisitions.

All submitted nominations were judged by a panel of experts in the related field. Nominations were scored based on uniqueness and creativity as well as results.

“The New York Enterprise Report,” in print and online at, features “how-to” articles written by experts for small and midsize businesses in the tri-state area. Each issue of “The Report,” which is the only media in the New York area exclusively for the leaders of smaller businesses, provides thousands of dollars of much needed expertise making it a must read for those wanting to grow their businesses.

To register for the New York Enterprise Report Small Business Awards, visit, call 516/997-1950, or email

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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