The numbers don’t lie, confidence among Buffalo business leaders is up significantly compared to where it was ten years ago. Roughly 100 Partnership members listened to Dr. Don Levy reveal the results of the Business Leaders survey conducted by the Siena College Research Institute. They later heard from Buford Sears, KeyBank President WNY Market and Art Wingerter, President of Univera Healthcare.
Buffalo Business First looked at how the Buffalo Niagara region would be impacted should President Donald Trump’s biometric mandate be implemented.
An article in The Buffalo News over the weekend looks at the extensive development pipeline in Buffalo. A new survey set to be unveiled Tuesday is expected to show confidence in the Buffalo Niagara market. This comes on the heels of a $500 million Buffalo Billion 2 campaign announced by Governor Andrew Cuomo.
This June, the Peace Bridge, connecting Buffalo, New York to Fort Erie, Ontario, will celebrate its 90th birthday, but in the months prior, the bridge is undergoing a massive rehabilitation project.
The Buffalo Niagara Partnership’s 2017 Advocacy Agenda made its debut last night in front of nearly 300 members and a record number of elected leaders. The capacity crowd filled Pettibones Grille at Coca-Cola Field in downtown Buffalo for a night of networking and policy conversation.
The Buffalo Niagara Partnership’s 2017 Advocacy Agenda was also featured in an article by WBFO with a focus first on tourism dollars and then shifting to the need for more regional connectivity through transportation infrastructure. The agenda pushes two metro rail extensions; one to the University at Buffalo’s North Campus and the other south to Buffalo’s cobblestone district.
The 2017 Advocacy Agenda unveiling event was featured in a Buffalo News article Friday morning. The article highlighted a regional priority of connecting the community and growing through improved transportation initiatives.