Meet the dreamers
From day one, local business owners pour blood, sweat and creativity into their businesses. And for more than 150 years, Dime has helped them make their dreams become reality.
Eitan Shoshan and his wife, Orna, are outfitting New Yorkers with the best of the best.
Find out how the husband and wife duo got started and what they love most about being a small business in New York.
We are the team behind Midnights, a new American restaurant here in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Collectively we are co-founders, Devin Schuck and Raffaello Van Couten; head chef, Joshua Cormier and creative/marketing director, Paul Kolbe.
A local bank has the same commitment to the neighborhood and community that we do. For us working with a local bank gives us a partner that truly understands us and doesn’t lump us together with everyone else.
My name is Gina Argento, and I am the President and CEO of Broadway Stages. I was born in Queens, New York to Italian immigrants. I received a Catholic School education followed by a business degree at St. John’s University.
Creating meaningful relationships throughout the business, especially with your local banks, provides better understanding of what we do here. It’s part of our principle of culture- spending and supporting locally.
Laundromats have always had a sort of community aspect, but sisters Theresa and Corinna Williams have turned the pain of doing laundry into a whole new hangout hotspot.
We need banking services every day, so knowing we can count on our reps, who we know on a first-name basis, to help us with any questions and concerns, is key.
Dime Community Bancshares, Inc. is the holding company for Dime Community Bank, a community-oriented financial institution.
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