Frank Mitchell Corso, Jr.

ted cut.jpgFrank Mitchell Corso, Jr.

A principal of Frank Mitchell Corso and Associates, Inc., a business and Franchise consulting firm with offices in New York and California. Mr. Corso is an expert on Franchise Development and Financing and speaks nationally on business development, franchising and financing. He is an approved resource by the SBA for minority business certifications and is an expert on the United States Small Business Administration Loans Program. His firm arranges SBA loans for startup and existing business throughout the United States.

Mr. Corso has represented several hundred franchise systems and franchisees throughout the United States and small and mid sized businesses providing business and financing guidance. He was Financial Editor of Technology Business magazine for four years, a national business magazine with a circulation of 52000. He has been a contributing writer for Successful Franchise Magazine, Retail Tech Magazine, Biz Magazine and several others. He is quoted regularly in Crain’s New York Business on small topics including franchising, financing and business development. Mr. Corso is a host of cable TV’s “Dollars and Sense”, a half hour business talk show. Mr. Corso currently is a Board of Trustee for several organizations including American Kidney Fund, DDI (Developmental Disabilities Institute), LITM (Long Island Transportation Management) and Friends of the World Food Program, a United Nations entity. Awards include Small Business Advisor of the Year by Small Business Development Center, United States Small Business Administration for three years, Regional Award from the Federal Laboratory Consortium. He is an adjunct instructor in the school of business at the entrepreneurship center at Suffolk County Community College/ State University of New York.

One reply on “Frank Mitchell Corso, Jr.”

I know several lawyers, but none who are as dishonest /- sketchy and as committed to fraud as Mr corso. In my case I admit to being foolish and giving him a $2500 “ retainer” without fully researching him. Sadly I was never able to get him on the phone again , and when I went to his offices I found out from one of his family members that he had not been associated with them In a long time.
Anyway after several months of trying to get to talk to him I eventually had to give up. It goes without saying that he never did any of the things he told me he was going to. Now it’s 16 years later and I just found a scrap of paper with his name so figured I would try again…. And you guessed it. The numbers are all disconnected.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *