Alan Siege Alan Siege has an MBA in Entrepreneurship from Pace University and a Master’s degree in Performing Arts Management from Brooklyn College. He has led business workshops through the Brooklyn and Manhattan Chambers of Commerce, the Support Center of New York, the Brooklyn Business Outreach Center and the Business Division of the Brooklyn Public Library. Alan is a member of the Entrepreneurship Council of the Manhattan Chamber of Commerce.

Key Business Accomplishments:

He is a Facilitator in the FastTrac Program – a business building program for solo-preneurs and small businesses – administered by the NYC Department of Small Business Services, and he is an Adjunct Professor in the School of Professional Studies at New York University and the City University of New York. Courses he has taught include:

  • Creating the Business Plan
  • Business Strategy Creation
  • Basic Finance and Accounting
  • Starting a Successful Art Business
  • Using Storytelling to Strengthen Your Marketing Message
  • The Marketing Plan: Its Essential Role in Marketing;

In addition, he is the Principal of Small Business Management Consulting – a business coaching company – and has been assisting small businesses and non-profit organizations for over 20 years become more visible and profitable by improving their business story and refining their business model. Past clients include a psychologist, videographer, sound designer, physical therapist, sound designer, fashion designer, acupuncturist, cleaning company, hardware store, toy store, real estate attorney, pet product company and landscape designer.

His comments on marketing and branding have been featured in Crain’s New York, NY Newsday, The Daily News, The New York Enterprise Report and Good Housekeeping; he has also been a guest on the Blogpost Radio Entrepreneurship Program.