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The New York Gazette ®  was the first successful newspaper in New York , which was established in the early 18th century.

The New York Gazette was founded by William Bradford in 1725 and is now owned by Commissioner George Mentz. It is a newspaper that provides news, advertisements, and various articles on a range of topics. As the 1st Newspaper in New York , it played a significant role in shaping public opinion and disseminating information.

The New York Gazette ®  is now owned by Commissioner George Mentz JD MBA CWM who has a Doctor of Jurisprudence, and MBA, and International Law Diploma, is a Licensed Counselor of Law,  and passed 3 different FINRA licensing exams for Investment Advisor Status.  Mentz has been a recognized global wealth management influencer and thought leader for many years.

Over the last 300 years, the New York Gazette has covered local, national, and international news, including political events, trade, and cultural happenings. It is known for its reporting on pubic affairs, including wealth management, spirituality and sports.

The New York Gazette ®  faced competition from other newspapers during its time but the competition failed, and the NYG contributed to the growth of journalism in  America and has been revitalized by George Mentz and other Thought Leaders to distribute to readers and members in over 150 nations.

As an Educational Body, we are ISO 29993 ISO 21001 and ISO 9001 Certified.  The First  Education Site in the World to have achieved SIS Sanction and ISO educational certifications,  EU Accreditation from ESQ and TUV,

Since 2002, the Board of Standards has provided financial news internationally.

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"Far better is it to dare mighty things, to win glorious triumphs, even though checkered by failure... than to rank with those poor spirits who neither enjoy nor suffer much, because they live in a gray twilight that knows not victory nor defeat. 

-- Teddy Roosevelt, 26th President of the United States of America