Mr. Bishop outside of his mother’s home, in East Flatbush, Brooklyn.    New York Times Sunday Routine:  How Gregg Bishop, Small Business Expert, Spends His Sundays  The commissioner of the N.Y.C. Department of Small Business Services eats local, goes to his regular barber and attends church in an old auto repair shop.   Story can be found at The New York Times

Mr. Bishop outside of his mother’s home, in East Flatbush, Brooklyn.

New York Times Sunday Routine:

How Gregg Bishop, Small Business Expert, Spends His Sundays

The commissioner of the N.Y.C. Department of Small Business Services eats local, goes to his regular barber and attends church in an old auto repair shop.

Story can be found at The New York Times

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 “Anytime I’m walking down an avenue I’m thinking, ‘What can we do as an agency to help these particular businesses? How can we advocate for them?’”

“Anytime I’m walking down an avenue I’m thinking, ‘What can we do as an agency to help these particular businesses? How can we advocate for them?’”

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 “If I want to check the pulse of how we’re doing as a government, the barbershop is my best source. I just sit down and listen to the conversation.”

“If I want to check the pulse of how we’re doing as a government, the barbershop is my best source. I just sit down and listen to the conversation.”

 Mr. Bishop strolls with Blessing, his mother’s bichon frisé. “He knows I’m coming and he gets excited to see me.”

Mr. Bishop strolls with Blessing, his mother’s bichon frisé. “He knows I’m coming and he gets excited to see me.”

 Mr. Bishop outside of his mother’s home, in East Flatbush, Brooklyn.    New York Times Sunday Routine:  How Gregg Bishop, Small Business Expert, Spends His Sundays  The commissioner of the N.Y.C. Department of Small Business Services eats local, goes to his regular barber and attends church in an old auto repair shop.   Story can be found at The New York Times
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 “Anytime I’m walking down an avenue I’m thinking, ‘What can we do as an agency to help these particular businesses? How can we advocate for them?’”
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 “If I want to check the pulse of how we’re doing as a government, the barbershop is my best source. I just sit down and listen to the conversation.”
 Mr. Bishop strolls with Blessing, his mother’s bichon frisé. “He knows I’m coming and he gets excited to see me.”

Mr. Bishop outside of his mother’s home, in East Flatbush, Brooklyn.

New York Times Sunday Routine:

How Gregg Bishop, Small Business Expert, Spends His Sundays

The commissioner of the N.Y.C. Department of Small Business Services eats local, goes to his regular barber and attends church in an old auto repair shop.

Story can be found at The New York Times

“Anytime I’m walking down an avenue I’m thinking, ‘What can we do as an agency to help these particular businesses? How can we advocate for them?’”

“If I want to check the pulse of how we’re doing as a government, the barbershop is my best source. I just sit down and listen to the conversation.”

Mr. Bishop strolls with Blessing, his mother’s bichon frisé. “He knows I’m coming and he gets excited to see me.”

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