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How to Cash In on Connections: The Untapped Power of BNP Networking

Whether you’re an entrepreneur, a seasoned executive, or a budding professional, networking plays a pivotal role in your career growth. At the BNP, we understand the significance of forging meaningful connections, which is why we’re excited to share the numerous benefits of networking with our members.

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BNP Hosts County Executive Candidates

In preparation for the 2023 elections, the BNP hosted an Erie County Executive Candidate Forum. Both candidates for Erie County’s highest office – incumbent Mark Poloncarz and challenger Chrissy Casilio – were given 45 minutes to address BNP members in a guided discussion.

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Introducing Minority-Owned Business Initiative Participants – Group 1

Blog Back to Our Blog Introducing Minority-Owned Business Initiative Participants – Group 1 Blog Categories The Partnership September 14, 2023 Advocacy Advocacy Alerts Business Bulletin CanAm Economic Development Logistics and Transportation ManufacturingBN360 Young ProfessionalsCOVID-19Diversity and Inclusion 2023 DEI Symposium 2022 D&I SymposiumEmploy Career Pathways Talent Pipeline Management WorkforceEvents ATHENA Awards® Women in Business Hob Nob…

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How the U.S. Is Closing the Door to Top Talent

The BNP organized a Capital Conversations event as part of our Government Affairs series to examine the workings of the H-1B program and explore potential reforms that could strengthen our regional economy.

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The Buffalo Niagara Partnership announces second cohort of Minority-Owned Business Initiative Program Expanded to Respond to Applicant Needs

The Buffalo Niagara Partnership’s (BNP’s) Minority Business Initiative (MBI) strives to eliminate the obstacles that have long hindered minority business ownership by providing minority-owned businesses access to BNP’s extensive resources and networks to build their business. The 2023 cohort was announced at today’s DEI Symposium and includes two tracks to better serve participant needs. The MBI Program is funded through generous underwriting of Bank of America, National Grid, and the Buffalo Niagara Partnership.

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