New York City worker training program helps business, jump starts opportunities

08/7/2007 | NYTimes.com

Paul Storch's Bronx, N.Y., company, Felix Storch, made $30 million in sales last year, through its customized refrigerator business, which sells to commercial accounts and through retailers. When the company had to outsource manufacturing to factories in Connecticut and Mexico due to a lack of local skilled labor, which was delaying deliveries, Storch invested $374,100 in an on-site training program for area workers, backed by a $243,900 grant from the New York City Department of Small Business Services.

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