Buffalo Niagara Partnership Recaps 2014-15 Fiscal Year
Record-setting crowd attended Annual Meeting at Canalside
Buffalo, N.Y. – Today, the Buffalo Niagara Partnership hosted its Annual Report to Members to share an overview of accomplishments that have taken place this past year with members and strategic partners.
Dottie Gallagher-Cohen, President & CEO of the Partnership, along with Chairman of the Board, Gary Quenneville, and other Partnership member representatives, addressed the audience of more than 300 community members at Canalside.
This year’s highlights for the Buffalo Niagara Partnership include:
- Preparing and developing our future workforce
- Forming a Leadership Coalition to support 43North
- Maximizing the opportunity for the regional economy and SolarCity
- Working to assure Buffalo is ready to grow with the RiverBend Area Infrastructure Needs Assessment
- Rebounding downtown with the Buffalo Building Reuse Project
- Long-term extension of the Brownfield Cleanup Program
- Removing barriers to cross border commerce with the permanent cargo pre-inspection at the Peace Bridge
“Much of this year’s work could not have been done without many key strategic partners, member companies, and individual members,” said Dottie Gallagher-Cohen. “The work of the Partnership is done for the economic benefit of our entire community, and I am more than pleased with all we’ve accomplished this year. With that said, our work is never done and we’re already preparing to make 2015-16 an even more successful year for the Buffalo Niagara region.”
ABOUT THE BUFFALO NIAGARA PARTNERSHIP
The Buffalo Niagara Partnership is the region’s private sector economic development organization and regional chamber of commerce, representing nearly a quarter of a million employees in the Buffalo Niagara region. The Partnership’s work has three main focuses: advocacy, business development and convening. By mobilizing members and strategic partners around common goals, the Partnership grows private investment and jobs in Buffalo Niagara.