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GPL Business Resources: About


The Business Information Center



 THE BUSINESS INFORMATION CENTER is located on the second floor of the library. The librarian at the Information Desk on the second floor will be happy to assist you with your information needs.

This resource guide has been designed to help you answer some of the challenging questions that come with starting and running a business. 

Whether you are budding entrepreneur or a seasoned professional, we hope you will find this guide to be an invaluable contribution to your management toolbox.

You can get a free library card from any library in Westchester County where you live, work or attend school.  A library card allows you to place holds on materials, pick them up and return them to any library in Westchester.  Where noted in this guide, certain resources are available to Greenburgh Library card holders only; check with your local library if you can access these resources remotely.

These resources will help you to:

  • Size up your industry

  • Discover customer demographics

  • Find information about markets

  • Improve your business skills

  • Find referrals to other markets

  • Write a business plan

  • and more

Other Library Services

You can do research online at our 12 computers on the second floor and the 12 computers in the lab on the first floor. You can sign onto the computers for up to an hour with any library card in Westchester County. Two sign-ons per library card per day are permitted. All computers have free, high speed internet access and Microsoft Office 2010 software. Printing, copying and scanning are available; black & white printing is $.15 per page, color is $.35 per page and scanning via flash drive is $.10 per page. Mobile printing is available via a link on the library website and as an app on mobile devices.  Free wi-fi is available throughout the library.


Librarian - About


Carol Angert - Providing ongoing  development and management of a high-quality, responsive book collection of on a variety of subjects including small business, personal finance, jobs and career information, as well as health and wellness, political and social issues, history and travel. Showing patrons how to use the library e-resources for research, and online learning. Creating website content and planning and presenting free programs with guest speakers on a range of topics of interest to the community. Part of the team of librarians supporting all aspects of public service.