Rochester, NY – Today, Assemblywoman Clark and Goldman Sachs announced the graduation of four Rochester small business owners from the 10,000 Small Businesses Program. This partnership began in 2021 when Assemblywoman Clark nominated these businesses for this prestigious program that aims to give business owners access to the critical resources and tools they need to succeed in today’s business climate.
The following Rochester small businesses and their respective owners completed the program:
- Julie Gallivan, CEO of Triple Win, Inc.:
Triple Win, Inc. has worked with organizations and individuals to bring to fruition a clear big picture vision by facilitating internal clarity, definition and optimized clarity-based decision-making.
- Angella Luyk, CEO at One Stop Janitorial Office Supply:
One Stop Janitorial Office Supply distributes janitorial and office supplies, as well as promotional items and apparel.
- Ruslan Mirzoev, President at Frontline Express Inc.:
Frontline Express Inc. is a truckload carrier that buys, rents, and leases semi-trucks and trailers and delivers commercial loads throughout the United States and Canada.
- Ron Schutt, CEO of PrintRoc:
PrintRoc provides print solutions to customers in the Rochester area.
Assemblywoman Sarah Clark said, “The Small Business community has been hard hit by the COVID-19 pandemic. I am proud to partner with Goldman Sachs to equip some of our local entrepreneurs with the tools that will help them succeed during the pandemic and beyond. Creating unique opportunities like this will strengthen Rochester’s workforce and our local economy. Thank you to Goldman Sachs for bringing your resources here to our local entrepreneurs, supporting innovation, expansion and improvements to their business while also cultivating the region’s reputation as the destination for economic development opportunities. Congratulations to all the graduates. I can’t wait to see what comes next.And I am excited to continue this partnership, nominating new local businesses to participate in the 2022 program.
“I was thrilled to have the opportunity to join the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses program,” said Julie Gallivan, CEO of Triple Win, Inc. “It provided world class mentorship and instruction and the opportunity to connect with a vibrant community of fellow entrepreneurs and business leaders. The program helped me to gain new skills and learn best practices to deliver greater value to our customers, employees and community as we grow in new directions in the future.”
“Being a part of this Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses cohort has shown me the endless possibilities for my business with the tools and support I received from this program,” said Angella Luyk, CEO at One Stop Janitorial Office Supply. “I’m incredibly grateful for everything I’ve learned and will pay forward all the knowledge I was given to Rochester’s business community. Thank you, Goldman Sachs, for believing in small businesses here.”
“I am thrilled to be a part of Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses,” said Ruslan Mirzoev, President at Frontline Express Inc. “Small business owners like myself will be able to take advantage of the support and education resources that will help grow my business and positively impact the local business community. I want to thank Goldman Sachs for choosing to invest in local businesses and for making this initiative possible.”
“Being a part of Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses allowed me to continue learning and growing my business,” said Ron Schutt, CEO of PrintRoc. “I’d like to thank Goldman Sachs for this incredible opportunity that will open doors to new possibilities.”
“Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses understands the setbacks small businesses faced during the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic and continue to battle in places like Rochester,” said Jessica Taylor, National Director of Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses. “We are incredibly proud to celebrate these small businesses who have been resilient during these trying times. We’re excited to see what they do next now that they have these critical resources and tools to ensure that they continue to thrive and grow.”