The summer in between graduating high school and starting college, my Dad “made me” take a summer job with a friend of his at a local nonprofit in Buffalo. I would be helping while someone was on leave by filing, stuffing envelopes, mailing new hire packets, answering incoming calls, taking meeting minutes, you name it. I came in every day and did as I was asked.
There are many different economic incentives available to help area manufacturers expand and strengthen their business. From tax abatements to economic development grants, local and state agencies offer these incentives to promote job creation and economic growth in our communities. Incentives can often mean the difference between a company starting a project or shelving it.
The Buffalo Niagara Partnership is pleased to present the 2019 BN360 Spotlight Professionals, with the support of Alpine Films.
“The mission of Morehouse College is to develop men with disciplined minds who will live lives of leadership and service.”
~ Excerpt, Morehouse College Mission Statement
As BN360, the Partnership’s young professional engagement and development program, kicks off its 2019 programming year, we sat down with Rachael Herrmann, our BN360 Program Manager, to learn more about BN360 and how it can help young professionals throughout the region achieve their professional goals in 2019.
Many of us know someone who has been touched by the opioid epidemic in our community, from friends and family members to neighbors and co-workers.
The Buffalo Niagara Partnership is pleased to present the 2019 BN360 Spotlight Professionals, sponsored by Alpine Films.
Growing up on the east side of Buffalo in municipal housing, as long as I can remember, the greatest point of college entry and later success was through sports. However, unlike most kids in my neighborhood whose end goal was to play for the NFL or the NBA, I wanted to be like my dad. He was a hard worker; a God-fearing man who treasured his family above all. Like many other African American men in my community, college was not an option for him. Nonetheless, he did everything he could to make ends meet.
CanAm Council Meeting Looks at Operationalizing a Cross-Border Business and the Importance of Understanding your Market.
By: Blair Severn, CanAm Council Executive in Residence and Chairman of Enabling Ideas