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Grow-NY competition open to applications again (access required)

The application window to enter the $3 million Grow-NY business competition is now open.  Empire State Development and the Cornell Center for Economic Development both announced on Tuesday that the competition is opening up for its second round of applications, due by July 15.  Last fall the top prize of $1 million went to Geneva’s RealEats, a ...
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