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Making the Dream a Reality
In 2000, Stanley Springer started his printing business at Flatbush Caton Market selling printed T-Shirts and postcards. “The Market was my training ground and allowed me to interact with like-minded people.” Read more
 

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Through the Fire
As an entrepreneur from Guinea, West Africa, Diallo Daru is no stranger to the ups and downs of starting a new business. But starting a new business in a new country coupled with the challenge of adjusting your family to a new life adds new challenges.
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When Passion Meets Opportunity
When Loveth Howell moved from Nigeria to New York City, her dream was to continue to braid hair as she did back home and own and operate her own hair salon. As a housewife managing a household of three children her dream seemed out of reach until a friend suggested applying for a booth at the Flatbush Caton Market. Read more
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Life After Retirement
Originally from Trinidad, Kenneth Bruce move to Brooklyn, NY in 1975 and started a long, rewarding career a municipal employee. Having worked New York City’s Metropolitan Transit Association for 25 years wanted to pursue starting his own business when he retired. Read more
 
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The Perfect Fit
Bhanmatie Gangaram admits that before she became a vendor at the Flatbush Market four years ago, she had no idea it existed.  She had been searching for a place to open a business of her own after years of working for others.  When her daughter stumbled across the market and Gangaram came to visit it for herself, she realized it was a perfect fit. Read more

 
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Knit A Little, Give a Little
Cynthia Campbell, owner of Final Touch and Accessories, explains why in spite of her part-time career in nursing she plans to stay the Flatbush Caton Market for as long as possible. Read more


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